Green sentiment and tax incentives have lifted sales. But costs remain high, and manufacturers need more help from Washington
Jean Hoffman’s aging pet inspired her to found a generic drug company for animals, where growth potential is the cat’s meow
Brita sold the U.S. rights to its best product to Clorox. So it started Mavea to take on a familiar foe
Andy Dunn, CEO of Bonobos, is on a mission to end “khaki diaper butt” — and it’s possible he might upend men’s retail on the way
In a tough economy, Republic of Tea made itself a better place to work
The Amish have an enviable success record. Is it their lifestyle or the way they work?
A discovery in Mexico shakes up an Italian industry and creates new demand worldwide
Geospatial’s Smart Probe answers a century-old question in 3-D: Where are the pipes?
Federal Reserve governor Elizabeth Duke is due to give a really nice piece of testimony tomorrow unpacking what’s going on with small-businesses lending. Judging by the advance text up on the Fed’s web site, it will be a joyously nuanced picture. Banks are hesitant to lend, yes, and are sometimes hamstrung by their own imprudent lending …
The scion of a shoemaking family takes a step in a different direction with Terra Plana
Huron Valley Steel is taking automobile deconstruction to its logical conclusion: metal and energy
A British company focuses on helping the environment and maintaining profits