Kenya’s Economy Booms—So What’s Next?

Kenya's economy is booming, and the world is taking notice. But what can be done to facilitate the country's growth?

Kenya’s Economy Booms—So What’s Next?

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Buffalo, NY: Where the Cool Kids Want to Live

Buffalo’s downtown increasingly resembles the crane-crowded skylines of cities like Dubai or Shanghai. It's also where millennials want to live.

Buffalo, NY: Where the Cool Kids Want to Live

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From Morning to Night, American Ingenuity at Work

From the moment you wake up until you fall asleep, examples of American ingenuity are everywhere.

From Morning to Night, American Ingenuity at Work

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Darn, That’s Good

Update: Darn Good Yarn, originally featured on FreeEnterprise.com in 2013, was named the Community Excellence Award Winner at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 America’s Small Business Summit. “It is true of the nation, as of the individual, that the greatest doer must also be a great dreamer.”—Theodore Roosevelt Knitting and crocheting have dramatically increased in popularity in recent years. In fact, according to the Craft Yarn Council, 38 million consumers knit and crochet today. It’s a market ripe for an entrepreneur like Nicole Snow. Snow started Darn Good Yarn out of her home in the remote town of Sebec in upstate Maine. She hires women in India and Nepal to craft reasonably priced, high-quality yarn using reclaimed materials such as silk. Then she ships the finished product to customers around the world. Using materials that would otherwise be thrown away, Snow’s business helped save 10,000 pounds of waste in […]

Darn, That’s Good

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Office Organization Tips From a Professional

We interviewed organizational expert Lisa Zaslow, who talked about her work and her company, and offered office organization tips.

Office Organization Tips From a Professional

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5 Entrepreneurs & Companies IP Laws Protect

To show just how valuable IP laws are, here are five unexpected companies and entrepreneurs who rely on these rules for their economic survival.

5 Entrepreneurs & Companies IP Laws Protect

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