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Forget retirement: Senior citizens are founding small businesses, and research shows more of them are likely to succeed than young entrepreneurs
For some seniors, retirement is an opportunity to learn how to start their own small business, and they're doing it at New York's Senior Planet.
HOW TO START A BUSINESS: The ultimate guides for founders on launching a company, raising money, and becoming wildly successful
Entrepreneurship doesn't come with a rule book. These guides will help first-time founders launch a startup, raise capital, and dominate the market.
These brothers, formerly from DigitalOcean, just got $15 million from Accel to build a company they hope will represent the NYC tech scene
Catalyst CEO and co-founder Edward Chiu explains how he test drove his software at DigitalOcean and how he learned to hire better at his company.
If you want funding, you have to know the right way to create and deliver a pitch deck. Carta CEO Henry Ward has raised $448 million doing just that.
Raising venture capital is easier with a solid pitch deck. Tune in to watch Henry Ward, founder of $1.7 billion Carta, dissect two of his pitch decks.
Singapore FinTech Festival and SWITCH will combine this year to synergise fintech and deep tech solutions
For the first time, the conference will feature sustainability as a theme.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said entrepreneurs should take risks and expect to fail. "We need big failures in order to move the needle," he said.
PRESENTING: The first-time founder’s ultimate guide to navigating a term sheet and avoiding common pitfalls, according to founders, lawyers, and...
Venture capital can be a great way to fund your growing business. Check out our guide to reviewing a term sheet and making sure it works for you.
A startup founder who has raised over $100 million says venture capitalists can ‘sniff out’ if you’re starting a business just to ge...
GroupMe cofounder and Splice CEO Steve Martocci says venture capitalists can sniff out entrepreneurs who don't fully believe in the company.
A founder who sold his first startup for $85 million explains why tons of VCs rejected his second startup idea despite his success
Splice CEO Steve Martocci had previously sold GroupMe to Skype for $85 million at just 27 years old, yet VC investors still turned him away.