Why a founding partner of a Silicon Valley powerhouse venture capital firm holds this above honesty or integrity.
Sheryl Sandberg sweats Netflix's culture, plus-size bloggers lose their edge, Forbes lists America's most promising, how to retrain your brain with Tetris, a DIY abstract art kit with a twist, online dating meets big data, hackers give the Fed a Super Bowl surprise… This week’s notable news and tantalizing tidbits for young treps.
Silicon Valley-based AnchorFree gained prominence during the uprisings in the Middle East for helping protestors cover their web tracks. See how the company is doing since the tumult.
The young founder of The Daily Muse discusses her charmed career in entrepreneurship and offers advice to fellow founders just getting started.
Thinking of starting up? Find out which states are the best (and worst) for small business.
Part of an SBA pilot progam, a unique California cluster aims to bring together tech entrepreneurs and the region's big farms to keep the agriculture industry thriving
To highlight Global Entrepreneurship Week, we took a look at how international entrepreneurs are starting to reel in Silicon-Valley-sized investments.
Hilarious videos from possibly faux company Vooza can offer every business owner a lesson in creativity.
Los Angeles has long been a mecca for creative types. Now it's attracting techies too.
Fee-based entrepreneurship accelerators and incubators are increasingly sprouting up. We take a look at some new programs and consider whether they're worth your time.
New York is claiming ever more tech-world cred these days. Steven Rosenbaum, the city's first Entrepreneur at Large, discusses what's going on in the Big Apple and the burgeoning idea of curation.
The microblogging-site founder dishes about the evolution of Tumblr and why he loves the Big Apple.
Inspired by new waves of technology developments and blockbuster deals, VCs are feeling better at the start of 2012.
We spoke with the young entrepreneur about his experience as Pinterest's founding designer and his new company Gumroad.
"The biggest risk you can take is to take no risk" – Mark Zuckerberg To be classified as one of the world’s most influential people at the age of 24 is quite an achievement. Most people of that age are …