New! Research Report
Venture capital investment still looks healthy despite recent market volatility, but early-stage companies are seeing less of it than the unicorns.
Venture capital investments in start-ups rebounded in the second quarter, as a general stock market recovery helped restore confidence.
A new platform wants to help women entrepreneurs easily find the answers.
Entrepreneurs need to get ideas in front of people ASAP to make sure customers actually want their products.
The racial gap between white-owned businesses and those owned by minorities is more costly than we may have realized.
Two of the 11 black, female founders who've raised more than $1 million in funding share their (frustrating, successful) journeys.
Defining a phenomenon that resists classification.
Angel investors play a vital role in funding the cost of scaling young companies.
Lack of access to capital is a big challenge, but so is the lack of access to networks and advisors.
Start-ups could benefit from an EU plan to boost the venture capital market by allowing more firms to raise this type of investment and more fund managers to offer it.
There’s still a lot of work to be done when it comes to including more women in venture capital.
To leave a legacy is to leave the world a better place than you found it. At Inspirefest 2016, many of those on stage revealed that to be their core aim.
Here are the major risks that a VC typically reviews when a startup pitches.
There's a significant gap between African American consumers' embrace of mobile technology and the community’s ability to capitalize on mobile tech as a vital tool for economic empowerment.
The business of online news has never been forgiving. But in recent weeks, what had been a simmering worry among publishers has turned into borderline panic.
A panel discussion on diversity in business featured Sklar, The Girl’s Lounge Founder Shelley Zalis, digitalundivided founder Kathryn Finney, The Pink Ceiling founder Cindy Whitehead and TheWrap founder Sharon Waxman.