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Are You Intel, Google, or Apple? Why Your Origin Matters

Some entrepreneurs start as employees as other firms, some start as academics, others start as dissatisfied customers. Each balance different challenges and opportunities, Agarawal provides five tips on their path to profit.

Startup Activity Gains Momentum in Most States and Metros, According to Latest Kauffman Startup Index

The majority of U.S. states and largest metropolitan areas experienced an increase in new business creation

Pokémon Go; Entrepreneurship through the Lens of the Kauffman Index

Pokémon Go is the gaming sensation of 2016. How did the brains behind the game turn it into a summertime success? And what can other entrepreneurs learn from Pokémon Go?

Startup Activity on the Rebound, Annual Kauffman Index Reports

More people are being drawn to entrepreneurship by opportunity than by necessity; the startup gender gap has narrowed. Despite the large short-term increases, entrepreneurship remains in long-term decline.

What Can Entrepreneurs Learn From the Amish?

How do the Amish maintain such a high business success rate?

Robert Felton’s Road Show Diary: Lessons learned from the three-eyed IPO monster

When a company goes through an initial public offering, leadership should keep in mind three important perspectives

How Ready is your City for the Digital Economy?

Most city leaders realize their cities are not prepared for the next wave of the digital economy, but few of them know what to do next.

The Remarkable Geographic Diversity of Growth

The Remarkable Geographic Diversity of Growth

Three Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About and Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship

Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix shares three facts you (probably) didn't know about venture capital and entrepreneurship