Entrepreneurship

When Manal Kahi started her catering company, Eat Offbeat, she had two goals: Deliver authentic food to New Yorkers, and help displaced people find work

Since filming ‘Shark Tank’ last year, the Young siblings have brought a whole new meaning to the term ‘family business’

Growing your business means letting go of something—and honing others. Three female founders share their best advice

In ‘Company of One,’ author Paul Jarvis advocates staying small to grow. Here, growth-stage startups around the world share why they’ve adopted this MO

Data Cult teaches WeWork employees to harness the power of information wisely

LLG Events co-founder Lauren Grech knows how to throw a glamorous event. Now she wants to bring other businesses up to her standards

For female entrepreneurs and execs, confidence is a major key to success. Here’s how three founders are harnessing it—for themselves, and for others

Aparna Srinivasan wanted an easier way to travel by car with her 50-pound dog. So she created SpotOn

Kara Swisher talks with author Anand Giridharadas and DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg about tech, money, and power

Don’t let impostor syndrome do serious damage to your career and your mental wellness

With their new book, the women behind the website Betches share the secrets to their success—and yours

The right partnership can delight the consumer, energize the team, and deliver big revenue. Here’s how to make it work for you

Mental-wellness experts sound off on the strategies you can start using today to keep your anxiety in check

These female founders are about to turn your startup assumptions upside down

Three stress-management experts on taking charge of your tension, instead of letting it take charge of you

By making products that improve the postpartum experience, these founders aren’t just solving problems, they’re changing the culture, too

Support our community’s small-business owners, with products that make your own busy life run a lot more smoothly

Many companies don’t last beyond year five. Here’s how to make sure yours is poised for a long, successful run