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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

Coming Soon: the First-Ever Kauffman Index of Growth Entrepreneurship

Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix introduces the first-ever Kauffman Index of Growth Entrepreneurship, coming soon

SBA to Award $3.95 Million to Accelerators Across U.S.

Last week, the U.S. Small Business Administration launched a $3.95 million Growth Accelerator Fund competition for accelerators and other entrepreneurial ecosystem models -- with a special emphasis on parts of the country where there are fewer conventional sources of early stage capital. More than 75 winners will be selected to receive $50,000 each.

Founders Flounder as CEO

If You Love Something, Let it Go. If it Comes Back, You’re Steve Jobs. founder-CEOs replaced by professional CEOs

Crowdfunding on the Rise in Emerging Economies

Barriers to entrepreneurship continue to fall, leading to a democratization of entrepreneurship. Startup success no longer requires a Silicon Valley zip code in the U.S. -- or even residence in a strong, developed nation. A new report highlights global crowdfunding developments of 2015 and forecasts an increase of more than 50 percent over the next 12 months.

What American Cities Can Learn from Warsaw

During Global Entrepreneurship Week, Google officially launched its new Campus Warsaw, similar to its existing campuses in London and Tel Aviv, and with more on the way in three other cities. The Google campus is located across the Vistula River from the main part of Warsaw—and, incidentally, the part of the city that was not destroyed by the Nazis.