Eschewing Plastic Packages, Entrepreneur Finds Metal Suits Him to a TeaSo much of our supermarket food comes encased in shiny, plastic packaging. Chris Clark is doing something to change that -- starting in the beverage aisle.
How To Kick Start Your Entrepreneurial DreamDaring & Disruptive Author Lisa Messenger shares the steps you can take to transform your passion into reality.
A Sprint To The Start Of A Marathon: 4 Lessons From Year OneEmbroker Founder and CEO Matt Miller reflects on the valuable lessons he learned during his first year running a startup.
Twinkies' Turnaround: How The Hostess Treat Miraculously Averted DemiseIt wasn't long ago that we were reporting on the demise of the iconic snack food company behind Twinkies, but Forbes Magazine reports their miraculous comeback purely engineering genius.
Entrepreneurial San Quentin Inmates Getting Chance To Pitch Ideas To Tech LeadersEntrepreneurial inmates at San Quentin are getting a chance to present their ideas to tech and business leaders.
5 Things You Need To Know Before Owning A Franchise Jill Schlesinger looks at what it takes to own a franchise.
Why An Atheist Feels Guilty About His $100,000-Per-Year Bible App BusinessA Salt Lake City businessman and self-proclaimed atheist is making six figures selling the Bible in Apple's app store.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Marries Silicon Valley EntrepreneurWith ties in the Bay Area, could there be a possibility of another Bay Area celeb?
New Year, New Job: How To Start A Successful Small Business In 2015A new year might mean a new job. Jill Schlesinger has advice on starting a successful small business.
San Jose 8th Grader Becomes Youngest Ever To Get VC Funding After Developing Braille PrinterIn a room full of entrepreneurs and investors, 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee, may seem out of place.
Makeup Guru Michelle Phan Reveals Secrets Behind YouTube EmpireShe's the makeup guru of the YouTube generation known for creating faces like Taylor Swift, Angelina Jolie and even Barbie.
SF Company To Launch First Shared Car-Lease Program While startup companies have made shared rides a thing, a new San Francisco company wants to see if they can make shared car leases the next thing in shared mobility.
Venture Capitalist Gets Green Light For San Mateo Entrepreneur School A new type of school, for would-be entrepreneurs, is coming to downtown San Mateo. The City Council late Monday night approved a plan to open Draper University for Heroes.
Tech Report: Kickstarter Investor BewareThousands of entrepreneur’s have raised $274 million from the public through the website Kickstarter, but not all the ideas have turned out to be successful and sometimes not everyone delivers on the investments.
Non-Profit Helps Oakland Small Businesses ExpandSome of Oakland's smallest businesses have navigated the permit process and secured loans to expand with the help of a non-profit that teaches budding entrepreneurs how to grow an idea.