Transforming Art Into a More Lucrative Career Choice

Aiming to end the notion that “starving” and “artist” are necessarily linked, some artists have begun to figure out ways to make art and money at the same time.

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Keeping Kids Off the Streets, Through Business

A nonprofit teaches low-income young people how to start businesses, as a way to take control of their lives.

Keeping Kids Off the Streets, Through Business

The Care and Feeding of Entrepreneurs

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Talking Business With Guy Kawasaki

Talking Business With Guy Kawasaki

A conversation with Guy Kawasaki, a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, blogger, speaker and author, about his new book, "Reality Check."

Talking About Working From Home

A conversation with Tory Johnson, a co-author of a new book, "Will Work From Home."

Entrepreneurs Get Out the Vote, for Themselves

A rash of small business contests has turned small business owners into get-out-the-vote advocates -- for their own companies.

New Reality Show “Fixes” Small Businesses

Bill Rancic, who was the first "Apprentice" winner, has come full circle -- from reality show contestant to host -- with a new reality television series, "We Mean Business."

Is Your Career a Kayak? (NYT.com)

I normally pay a lot of attention to people striking out on their own. But lately I’ve been noticing those who swim against the tide of self employment. You know, the ones who ditch all that flexibility and autonomy for the life of a steady paycheck, defined hours, in-person colleagues, and a bundle of benefits. Read more in my Shifting Careers column today at www.nytimes.com.

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