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Reports of VC returns on Tumblr have been greatly exaggerated.
URS CEO Martin Koffel tells Fortune how his business still profits from nuclear power plants despite very few new plants being built.
Move over Gerber, entrepreneur Shazi Visram is hungry for market share.
No one wants to go back to the brink, but honestly, what have our nation's leaders learned since the last near-collapse?
Bolstered by biotech, a building boom, and a business-friendly legislature, fledgling companies have recently found growth -- and growing pains -- in the Lone Star State.
Towns are taking a page from the corporate world in an effort to make strapped municipal governments more efficient.
Women-owned construction firms are on the rise, and have made it onto this year's Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing urban businesses in the U.S.
Microsoft's Xbox One is being touted as the only peripheral your TV needs—except for your cable box, the only thing it apparently can't work without.
Influential auto analyst John Murphy sees some stability for the world's automakers in the next few years. But don't look for any significant shifts in market share.
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