Olivia Atwood's venture was inspired by a Netflix reality show. Now it serves about 2,000 people and has led to several yearslong relationships.
Mayly Tao's story is one familiar to many children of immigrants who see opportunity beyond their parents' storefronts.
New business applications set a record in 2021, driven largely by job insecurity. Retail and transportation were favorite fields.
Venture capital deals and dollars-raised are on track for another record-breaking year, according to the National Venture Capital Association.
The high quit rate and number of new startups signals optimism in the economy's future.
Many large companies are interested in both the cause and the financial returns, says Melissa Bradley of 1863 Ventures.
Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, says Courtney McCluney of Cornell, despite having fewer resources.
The formation of new businesses that hire workers and have payroll is lagging, according to new data from the Census Bureau.
Marketplace listeners share their thoughts on how a recession would affect them.