Entrepreneurs have long been seen as job creators and innovators, but only recently did they become popular enough to grace the covers of glossy magazines.
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Justin Bieber, perhaps one of the most famous teenagers turned millionaire entrepreneurs, branched out from his pop star status to the tech field, holding a stake in a handful of companies as a venture capital investor. Last year FORBES measured his two years earnings at about $108 million.
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Kevin Harrington, the entrepreneur and investor who was once part of the Shark Tank panel, talks with Upstart Business Journal editor J. Jennings Moss about a new investment, his time in the Tank and his advice to entrepreneurs.
The arduous experience of entrepreneurship often makes founders a fount of business advice. From billionaire Richard Branson to Garrett Camp, co-founder of transport startup Uber, both established and up-and-coming entrepreneurs have tips to share through their Twitter feeds.
It’s no surprise people are increasingly looking to become their own boss, but it takes more than just having an idea to become a successful entrepreneur.
New York City-based Populence has joined forces with New Zealand winemaker Kim Crawford to create its Pinot Noir Chocolate Drizzle and Sauvignon Blanc Kettle. The non-alcoholic snacks were inspired by the fact that Populence founder Maggie Paulus noticed that her wares were especially popular for wine pairing parties.