Asking strangers for money has never seemed cooler. With stars like Kirsten Bell and Charlie Kaufman attaching their names to successful crowdfunding projects, the stigma of soliciting donations online has largely been eliminated. And now we have the numbers to prove it.
Nick D’Aloisio speaks about the development of Summly, how he met Marissa Mayer and his girlfriend’s reaction to his new fame.
Answering emails, putting out fires–those are important. But one founder suggests something else should take up at least 25 percent of your day.
Parking at the airport can easily run $20 per day. That’s in the “cheap” long-term lot, requiring a long shuttle ride to the terminal. Valet service can cost way more. But what if you could get airport parking valet service totally for free—with a car wash and free gas to boot?
Considering a career change to follow your dream and do great things? Five things to do before you take the plunge.
An entrepreneurial wave is emerging in Havana that, along with immigration reform in the U.S., is giving Cuba renewed relevance while giving Americans a close look at the dangers of extreme wealth redistribution.
With buy-in from big venture capital firms and a friendly online interface, a new breed of personal asset lenders offer quick financing for the cash strapped.
The election’s over — which means it’s time to stop paying lip service to America’s “entrepreneurial spirit” and “the importance of small business,” and start taking bipartisan action to support the next generation of job creators.
ZipCar’s business model has been heralded as a game changer, potentially disrupting car sales and traditional car rentals alike. So what does it mean now that ZipCar has been purchased by a traditional rental car company?
What a year, right? Check out what events should shape your leadership goals for 2013.
When Skedouche founder, John Kaplar, couldn’t find kitschy holiday clothes to suit him, he started designing his own.