December 2010 / January 2011
They have a funny attitude about money, they're transforming the way our food is grown, and they're making solar energy an affordable reality. These are the entrepreneurs we love.
Podium calling your name? You should get to know Josh Shipp, a one-man school in the business of motivational speaking.
When Daniel Lubetzky isn't taste testing his products, he is managing a nonprofit that works for peace in the Middle East.
Here's how Marc Cinque upgraded his sausage company, Premio Foods, to increase cash flow and reduce waste.
Street Smarts | Norm Brodsky
Columnist Norm Brodsky says the secret to keeping your taxes low is knowing your numbers.
Get Real | Jason Fried
Columnist Jason Fried tells us why no is the most important word an entrepreneur can learn.
A review of editing software that makes it easy to produce professional-looking video blogs
A look at successful entrepreneurial vlogs
Saachi Cywinski saw a need for affordable and adhesive whiteboards. So he, along with two friends, created one.
Wireless chargers make juicing up gadgets easier by eliminating the need for multiple cords and outlets. But do they work? To find out, we drained an iPhone 4's battery and charged away.
The new version of the collaboration software is packed with business-friendly features. Take a look at our review.
Entrepreneur Cary Millsap explains how he uses Expensify to create and approve expense reports.
The best phones for your foreign business trips
A new website lets you bid for discounted rooms at more than 100 swank accommodations.
We asked some of our favorite entrepreneurs to describe the best gift they ever received. Here's what they said.
Tech consultant Greg Lueck blows off steam in his glass studio.
Lyric Semiconductor’s new computer chip goes beyond zeros and ones and allows it to process information using probability.
Here's an introduction to cash management services now available from many banks for most businesses.
Here's how Better World Books sends employees abroad to help its nonprofit partners. The experience combines social entrepreneurship with team building.
Catherine McNally's company, Keen Guides, offers video tours of nearly 75 sites in Washington, D.C. Can she raise $1.2 million to cover more cities?
Bill Draper offers advice on what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur—no matter where your money comes from.
David Altuna claims his company can turn anything—or anyone—into a stuffed animal. Here, four experts offer him tips on marketing strategies.
Here's how some companies, like MotoSport and Zazzle, are simplifying international e-commerce.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Here’s a look at the companies that provide the herring, faux rocks, animal ID tags, and water-filtration system as you enjoy feeding time at the sea lion exhibit.
Take Inc.’s end-of-year quiz to see what you remember, what you missed, and what you want to forget about in 2010.
The latest buzz on Tim Ferriss, Stephen Ou, and Kelly Ripa
Eugene Fitzgerald, an MIT professor of materials science, talks about how the U.S. can still be an innovation leader.
Authors Michael Hammer and Lisa W. Hershman write about the levers for transforming how work gets done.
She built not just a bookstore but a community.
VIEWS & OPINIONS
The return of "Entrepreneurs We Love," celebrating the accomplishments of 23 remarkable entrepreneurs
Senator Bob Bennett of Utah reflects on his life in business and in politics, and what he thinks the Congress should focus on in 2011.
Responses to recent stories, including one about the unconventional work style of TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington
With Vanessa Nornberg at the helm, Metal Mafia, a supplier of body jewelry, has not felt the effect of the recession.