Who says entrepreneurs have to start young? These owners waited until their 60s, 70s or even 80s to first launch a business.
OK, it wasn't quite a Kristen Bell kind of Kickstarter record, but 89-year-old Pearl Malkin did pretty well, too.
These seven moonlighters are pursuing big professional careers -- and their entrepreneurial dreams.
In a lousy economy, startup ideas can be found in surprising places. We asked Thumbtack.com which opportunities are drawing the most interest from entrepreneurs and their customers.
These 5 small businesses all make their products in the U.S. and are committed to keeping things that way, despite the lure of outsourcing.
From painting classes where you bring your own wine to a truck that offers mobile video-game parties, these young franchises have been expanding fast.