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Is Philadelphia the new Silicon Valley for tech start-ups? Promoted

Philadelphia - Start-up companies in Philadelphia are backed by venture capital, nonprofits, and city government. Blend all of those positives with a well-educated talent pool in a city filled with impressive amenities and you have a recipe for business success.
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Op-Ed: Four rules for starting a small business

More than 90 percent of startups fail within five years; that's because entrepreneurs improperly assess the need that they’re trying to fill, failing to find compelling demand for their products or services.
In the Media by Dusty Wright

The highs and lows of the riskily rewarding startup experience Special

As the idea of joining a startup becomes more universally attractive, CEO of Layer7 technologies Paul Rochester reveals the highs and lows of the startup experience as well as his experience transitioning from an established firm to a young company.
Digital Journal Report by Daniel Edwards

Op-Ed: The entrepreneur on Twitter — 13 points for growth and relevance

The founder of Twitter recently headlined a summit in Japan to offer advice to the country's entrepreneurs - but what should an entrepreneur do to gain Twitter followers and to move forward with 140-character nuggets?
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 1 comment

Entrepreneur has solution for businesses squeezed by government Special

It’s safe to say that most people dread that letter from the IRS that suggests auditors would like to take a closer look at their books.
Digital Journal Report by Cadie Carroll - 1 comment

Lizzie Marie Likness: How to start a cooking empire at age 6

13-year-old Lizzie Marie Likness is the founder of Lizzie Marie Cuisine, a successful website started when she was 6 years-old, which features videos, recipes and blogs to help kids eat and live healthier and discover that cooking can be fun.
In the Media by Raluca Besliu

Teen creates candy bar to help pay for college

Santa Rosa - A 13-year-old entrepreneur in California has invented a candy bar business to help himself and others with paying for college. He ran a Kickstarter campaign to help get his new venture off the ground.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 5 comments

The bookseller who can't read Special

Chennai - A second-hand book store in Chennai was started on the footpath by Alwar in 1960. Mary has been helping him since 1975 and now runs the shop single-handed. NOTE- Video is in Tamil and contains transcript of the interview.
Digital Journal Report by Varun B. Krishnan - 8 comments

National Engineering Firm Shifts Focus to Small Businesses Special

Founded in 2004 as a company that helps small and large businesses and governmental entities complete their product development initiatives, Ascendant Engineering Solutions and its team of engineers have been highly successful over the years.
Digital Journal Report by Cadie Carroll

Review: Earth & Vine is truly divine Special

Baker City - Most people know of a special little place where they can escape for a few hours to enjoy great food, local vintage wine, and admire beautiful works of art. In Baker City, Oregon, that place is called Earth & Vine.
Digital Journal Report by Scott Ungerecht - 2 comments
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