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The refugee entrepreneurs’ motives are often a mix of altruism and self-interest.
Alina Morse is the CEO of a multimillion-dollar candy company. Her dad works for her.
Immigrants comprise 13.2 percent of the U.S. population, yet 20.6 percent of the country’s entrepreneurs are immigrants, according to a 2016 report from the New American Economy.
The actor talks about his projects, along with exploring frontiers — final or otherwise — of business.
Chef and entrepreneur Peter Hoffman says there are risks he didn't take, "but there’s also the work towards coming to accept that — this is enough."
Guanyun County produces three out of five of the lacy undergarments ordered online in the country.
When it comes to traditional business loans, non-white and women entrepreneurs are being left behind
Despite Texas’ reputation as a business-friendly state, a survey last year from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas found access to capital is the number one concern for women and non-white small business owners in the state. There’s a good reason…
Even in this digital age, the good old fashioned business card is far from dead. But it is getting weirder. Some creative networkers and entrepreneurs are using oddball cards with unusual shapes and materials to stand out with potential clients.…
Josh Malone, inventor of the "Bunch-o-Balloons" water balloon toy, talks about how the idea came to be.
A program in Philadelphia is teaching entrepreneurship through the successes and failures of the music business.