Find out how Traci Phillips got into the business of preserving Mother Earth.
Judi Henderson-Townsend of Oakland, Calif., has been selling, renting and recycling mannequins for nearly 15 years. This year, she hopes to achieve an elusive goal: Become a million-dollar business.
Becky O’Neil of Arlington, Va., remembers her first Christmas as an entrepreneur: She worked the entire day.
Adriana Rodriguez, an Austin mom of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school.
Felena Hanson launched her female-only coworking space after surviving a near-fatal wreck.
Latina trailblazer Nina Vaca resurrected her failing tech company and turned it into a major industry player.
Sheela Murthy was an unsympathetic boss. A walkout forced her to change.
Here’s why women who start businesses matter more than we think.
Nada Kiblawi was born in a refugee camp, lived through a few wars and finally found safe haven and economic independence as an entrepreneur in the U.S.
By keeping an eye on the bottom line, Laura Zander has grown her tiny idea into a major success.
Joy Opfer left her internet job to return to her steel industry roots and hand craft eco-jewelry, now worn by top celebrities.
Watch how Anna Chau built a successful restaurant empire in one of the most competitive food capitals.
Aside from your new look, Ana Perez thinks there’s something else going on in hair salons that can make you feel better.
At 21, Jocelyn Chng took over a family business to provide for her five siblings and grew it to a company that today employs hundreds.
There is a movement brewing among young people who are waking up to the problems around them and taking action in meaningful, effective ways. Learn more about Talia, who mobilized kids to raise $10 million for Hurricane Katrina Relief.