Serena Williams Plans to Invest More Money in Women
Tennis champion Serena Williams already invests in almost 30 companies but wants to shift her focus to women-owned businesses.
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The Basics of Starting a Business When You Don’t Know Where the Hell to Begin
“Start small, make some mistakes. It won’t be catastrophic.”
The Rise of Black-Owned Co-Working Spaces
Entrepreneurs say these 56 offices offer a safe space for innovation.
We're Teaming Up With 'The Plug', a Daily Newsletter on Black Entrepreneurs in Tech
Motherboard and The Plug will collaborate to bring you original stories.
These Formerly Incarcerated Entrepreneurs Are Trying to Keep People Out of Prison
Unlocked Futures funds startups formed by and for people who have dealt with the justice system.
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Startup Founder Thuy Truong’s Latest Venture Is Giving People the Will to Fight Cancer
After several of her promising business ventures ended, the 32-year-old received a shocking diagnosis. Now she’s using her experiences to help others.
You Should Be Able to Immigrate to America If You Have a Really Good Idea for a Startup
A new policy could give immigrants leeway to stay in America if they're working on a successful startup company.
The Way to Make America Great Again Is to Be More Like Scandinavia
A British politician summed it up perfectly when he said, "If you want the American dream, go to Finland."
A Nigerian STEM Club Offers Girls an Alternative to Marrying Young
In a country where everything from family pressure to Boko Haram can deter girls from education, Stella Uzochukwu runs an after-school tech club.
A Startup Can Now Fill Out Your Paperwork to Become a Startup
Because you have better things to do than fill out mounds of paperwork.
Inside the Abandoned Lair of Russia's Donald Trump
This is the story of Russian oligarch Sergei Polonsky's adventures in exile on his private island covered with stone penises, and what's left of his crumbling empire.
Why Can't Startup Companies Get US Government Contracts?
Federal, state, and local governments in the US are expected to spend more than $6 trillion this year. But small or new companies have little chance of earning any of that money.