Some of the biggest and fastest-growing businesses in the world got their start in the heart of Silicon Valley, on University Avenue, in a little two-story building that locals call the "karma building." Steve Henn reports.
Entrepreneurs Melanie Moore and Susanne Greenfield wooed NYU's Stern School of Business with a business model for an online clothing site that focuses on the thrill of short-term auction. And Jeremy Hobson reports there's a growing trend here.
President Obama is hosting an "Entrepreneurship Summit" of delegates from Muslim nations. Reporter Mitchell Hartman talks with Tess Vigeland about what ideas are forming out of the grassroots affair, and the challenges Muslim entrepreneurs face.
President Obama's Summit on Entrepreneurship is helping put the spotlight on U.S. economic ties with Muslim nations. As Mitchell Hartman reports, there are big opportunities for U.S. firms that work with Muslim entrepreneurs.
One of the big issues entrepreneurs struggle with is finding affordable health care while not attached to a big company. Mitchell Hartman explores one way these and other freelance types are getting ahead.
With unemployment near 10 percent, a lot of people are going out on their own to make ends meet. And sometimes they come out with something better than they had before. Mitchell Hartman explores the potential in necessity entrepreneurship.