Facebook unveils long-awaited smartphone, the mobile phone turns 40, how to make cash from Pinterest, opening up about Obama’s new brain research initiative, Vice meets the moguls behind Burger Records, climate change threatens the dominance of today's wine-making regions, paying off your sleep debt with a good night's rest… this week’s notable news and tantalizing tidbits for young treps.
The power of positivity isn't just in your head. It can also do wonders for your startup.
How three UPenn students created Airtime, a program that creates banners that turn e-mail signatures into branded messages.
With New York City’s talent pool in possible jeopardy, entrepreneurs may soon reconsider Silicon Alley as a startup destination.
Business coach Antonio Neves offers his top tips for landing the media’s attention -- and putting your startup in the spotlight.
To build a strong company and attract employees who want to work with you, taking time to bond or just yell at the TV screen is a must.
Idaho's capital doesn't have the resources of a bubble town. But sustainable growth and mountain views are drawing entrepreneurs.
Authors Susan Geary and Anne Bulstrode provide a simple way for entrepreneurs to decipher employees’ temperaments -- and how to handle them.
Serial entrepreneur Mike Jones wants to answer your big questions about launching and growing a small business.
People are increasingly tuning in to videos, but maybe not yours. Here's how you and your company can become a YouTube sensation.
Miami-based venture creates fast time-to-market recipe
YoungEntrepreneur.com columnist 'What's Trending' host Shira Lazar sat down with Yael Cohen at this year's SXSW. Here, she describes her startup story and offers advice to other young entrepreneurs.
Student entrepreneur Nina Foroutan on how to get the most out of early-stage business battles.
Having a killer business idea is key, but it won't necessarily help get your foot in the door when you're looking for funding. Sometimes the best way to grab someone's attention is to get creative.
He missed his shot at Olympic gold, his football career was sidelined by injuries. He has dabbled in modeling and TV presenting. Now, the golden boy may have finally found his footing, in what once would have seemed an unlikely arena: entrepreneurship.
YoungEntrepreneur.com columnist and 'What's Trending' host Shira Lazar sat down with the ever inspiring Jason Silva. Here, he dishes on where the best ideas come from and how to cultivate them.
With another coworking space opening its doors, does it make sense for your startup to apply?
Mark Zuckerberg gets political, Work on your business (community), get an edge with big data, Twitter unleashes updates for third-party developers, master the art of storytelling, learn about conscious capitalism, build a business in 36 hours at startup weekend… this week’s notable news and startup events for young treps.
Giving up the security of a full-time job to start your own business is a risky, often stressful move. "The biggest reason people don’t end up quitting is the fear of uncertainty. They don’t know what might happen and they don’t want …
You'll save money, but will clients find you unprofessional? What to consider when setting up your business from home.
How to determine if you can afford to work on your startup full-time.
Elle and Net-a-Porter join forces, why be ungoogleable? An alcohol boom in D.C. draws neighborhood ire, introducing infographics to the office, how to monetize mobile apps, the businesses at the forefront of Obamacare, how to really read people…This week’s notable news and tantalizing tidbits for young treps.
Aiming to discover the next Mark Zuckerberg or Def Jam's Rick Rubin, who both famously got their start in their dorm rooms, a new reality TV show wants to talk to college treps.
It's been three months since the traveling treps of Unreasonable at Sea set sail. We check in with one young entrepreneur about his progress so far.
The capital of Louisiana is a petrochemical and manufacturing hub, a thriving college town, and home to several hot startups.