A look at how virtualization, power management, and other green technologies can help you save money
Fit in Clouds founder Patrizia Damiani is looking to find good ways to sell her line of foldable ballet flats. Four entrepreneurs weigh in with their suggestions
Zhena Muzyka of Zhena's Gypsy Tea tries rebranding her products to increase national sales. Will losing the "hippie look" bring in more customers?
Applications such as Yowza and Foursquare let you send coupons to customers' cell phones.
The safety tracker from ERT Systems helps firefighters keep track of one another. Will the company light a fire under investors?
Why more industry associations and trade groups are letting members organize their own free-form "unconferences."
How to get start-up funding from relatives that won't turn off potential venture capital investors.
Tips on using tools like Google Analytics and Demandbase to boost online lead generation.
"Instead of just looking forward, you've got to take a step back," says Jeffrey Hollender of Seventh Generation.
An online store called Cydia allows users to download iPhone apps that Apple doesn't sell on iTunes.
New ATM-like machines offer consumers cash for their old cell phones. Why 2010 could be a big year for ecoATM.
The pioneering health club owner and exercise guru helped launch an industry that today brings in $19 billion annually. Here he shares 5 tips on how to build a successful enterprise.
In his new book Drive, author Daniel H. Pink explores the complex relationship among corporate culture, employee motivation, and job satisfaction.
A successful coaching firm may provide strategic growth for a larger buyer hoping to expand its Fortune 500 client list
Eric Ries gives three reasons to start a company in 2010. Hint: Money is not one of them.
Remembering the founder of the Weather Channel
A look at the work of photographer Andrew Moore
How a New York City company called Galison/Mudpuppy managed to experience periods of fast growth 20 years apart