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Young entrepreneur Chris Herbert of Phone Halo has already learned important lessons.
Farhad Manjoo explains his sudden switch from The Wall Street Journal to The New York Times
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Internet hero Sina Khanifar wrote a White House petition to allow cell phone unlocking.
Though the crowdfunding JOBS Act is law, it still hasn’t been implemented. MicroVentures CEO Tim Sullivan shows you different ways to invest early.
The San Francisco 49ers exchange the traditional playbook for iPads. PlayerLync CEO Bob Paulson.
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The former Sun Microsystems CEO discusses his new venture, CareZone.
Carmine Gallo reveals Apple's winning retail secrets.
J. Hilburn CEO Hil Davis is in the button-down business of custom shirt making.
The creator of the Webby Awards discusses her new film "Connected" and the loss of her brain surgeon father.
Farhad Manjoo wonders if startups which depend on other people's platforms can survive.