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A fancy new product argues that cocoa is better at rebuilding tooth enamel. Whole Foods bought--but will consumers?
Line Genie lets nightclub goers skip the line and cover charge by paying up front for the bar tab. Should investors pick up a $500,000 round?
A packaged-food maker goes all in and changes its whole look. But will it work on grocery-store shelves?
Want to become an effective leader? Watch the way you sit, stand, and posture, says a Harvard B-School professor.
Grad students in Texas study entrepreneurship--and learn some tough lessons about sales.
For Billtrust CEO Flint Lane, the acquisition made perfect business sense. But could he really write a big check to his longtime nemesis?
The companies that make business tick at the Grand Canal at The Venitian in Las Vegas.
Jessica Mindich's company, Jewelry for a Cause, helps take guns off the street by transforming deadly weapons into beautiful jewelryâ€”and nonprofit donations.
Caterina Fake helped create Flickr in 2004. Check out the company she's building now.
The new book by Tom Doctoroff, the CEO of ad agency J. Walter Thompson's China offices, explores the tantalizing-but-complex market.
It's been shown that the children of entrepreneurs are more likely to start businesses themselves, but there may be more to the equation.
She was the first African-American woman to become a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and worked with Frank Gehry, and Cesar Pelli. Here's the legacy of Norma Merrick Sklarek.