Small Business and Entrepreneur
Venture capital is up in Washington state, according to Friday's MoneyTree report -- but down according to PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association.
Venture capital funding in Florida soared in the second quarter of
2013, thanks to large investments in two Miami-based companies.
Good news if you're a Silicon Valley entrepreneur: Venture capitalists
are pumping more money into early-stage startups.
TheSportingNation.com will highlight Hispanic athletes such as Javier Hernández "Chicharito" Balcázar, Marlen Esparza, Lee Trevino, Miguel Cabrera and Joe Corona.
Startup Milwaukee, a networking organization for local entrepreneurs,
is launching a group limited to technology entrepreneurs, executives and investors.
There's no summer slowdown in the startup community. Here are a few
of the events and classes heating up the calendar.
Hispanic-owned LottaFrutta has opened its first airport location in Concourse B of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, its first franchised location.
Three out of five employees would leave their current position for a competitive offer, according to a report from a leading staffing services provider.
The West Virginia Small Business Development Center will host a "Business Fundamentals" workshop July 30 in Charleston.
Just a year old, the online education startup Coursera is poised for a big growth spurt fueled by $43 million in venture capital, it announced Wednesday.
A new program for training startup employees is launching in Chicago this fall, joining a growing collection of local resources seeking to match talent with growing technology companies.
Jessaca Giglio asked small-business owners about
their favorite mobile business applications.
Austin tech startup Rallyhood has raised $1.7 million to help expand its user base and form new partnerships.
After abandoning plans to launch a new business incubator, a
Peoria, Ill., committee hopes to meet a wider array of economic needs as it divvies
up $700,000 among nine projects.
Las Vegas is a danger zone for thieves who hope to profit by appropriating protected trademarks or concepts for their own use.