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Starting your own business often means thankless hours, measly pay and the stress of being at the helm. Yet entrepreneurs report greater job satisfaction than their employed counterparts. Here's why. More »Why Entrepreneurs Choose Freedom Over Money
Even experienced business owners can fall into counterproductive habits. The premier episode of CNBC's new small business reality show aims to solve them. More »3 Lessons for Seasoned Entrepreneurs From CNBC's 'Crowd Rules'
Google and Donald Trump have invested big money in crowdfunding projects, RocketHub and A&E are teaming up, and new CNBC reality show 'Crowd Rules' premieres tonight. More »Crowdfunding Goes Mainstream: Why Donald Trump and Google Are Supporting Grassroots Financing
A strong business name helps define your company in the market. Here is a guide to making yours meaningful and memorable. More »10 Questions to Ask Before Naming Your Business
Entrepreneurs looking to grow quickly often exchange portions of their company for cash several times in their company's lifecycle. Here is a look at what that path can look like. More »The Startup Money Hunt: When Entrepreneurs Bring In Investors (Infographic)
From Renting Bedrooms on Airbnb to $1.5 Million in Venture Capital: Lessons in Resourceful Startup FundingEntrepreneur - Fri, May 10, 2013 12:08 PM EDT
Tracy DiNunzio, the founder of online fashion marketplace Tradesy, shares her best advice for accessing startup funding when you are a statistical outlier. More »From Renting Bedrooms on Airbnb to $1.5 Million in Venture Capital: Lessons in Resourceful Startup Funding
Abercrombie CEO's Mark Jeffries' recent claims that his brand is not made for "fat people" was a bold and controversial move, but offensive as his comments were, is he being savvy about target marketing? More »Abercrombie & Fitch: Bad Business or Smart Targeting?
Before creating a brand experience for customers, be sure you've thought critically about how you're going to define your brand. Here are three ways to get you there. More »Defining Your Brand: The First Step In Your Marketing Strategy
If you want investors to be confident in financing your business, show them you know the risks your business is up against and are working to avoid them. Here are five ways to get started. More »5 Ways to Minimize Risk for Investors
Franchising could be your next big strategy for expansion or it could send your growing business down the wrong path. Here are some key considerations before deciding if franchising is for you. More »The Pros and Cons of Franchising Your Business
A bill which would end tax-free online shopping moves on to the House of Representatives, where it is likely to be met with resistance from anti-tax Republicans. More »The Internet Sales-Tax Bill Takes a Step Forward
Expanding your business into new markets presents exiting opportunities. There is also a lot of potential for missteps. Here is what to consider in order to build a strong worldwide brand. More »5 Strategies to Build a Global Brand
All you need to know to improve your odds of raising money on the popular crowdfunding site. More »10 Questions to Ask When Creating Your First Kickstarter Project
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