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A computer coding class seeks to train young people for jobs in Mexico.
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A study published in the Harvard Business Review looks at how investors view male and female entrepreneurs differently.
Patrice Banks was a failure analyst and a self-described "auto airhead" when she become a mechanic, then opened an auto repair center aimed at women.
You may not have heard of him, but the Tennessee farm boy was once the richest man in Mexico.
The startup scene is blossoming in Phoenix
It's not just about investors thinking broadly, it's also about starting businesses away from the herd.
President Trump says he'll cut the red tape that's hurting small businesses.
In his new book, Brad Stone writes about Silicon Valley startups that are changing the world.