The nonprofit Young Entrepreneur Salute will help 50 young men develop their business plans this summer.
The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.
A lingerie company is trying to combat panty lines with a new line of yoga pants.
Companies will have the chance to pitch their apps to potential investors at the first Harlem Demo Day.
One frustrated freelancer is taking it upon herself to create a communal neigborhood workspace.
Ten student teams will present their high-tech ideas for healthcare, education and more.
Leon Ellis, who owns three businesses along the boulevard, remembers when the strip wasn't as popular.
Meet the doctors, lawyers and all purpose problem-solvers of Brooklyn's burgeoning start-up scene.
The proceeds from Lea Efran's headband designs will go to her school, her mom says.
Entrepreneur Rob Schutz has launched the "Chirp Guide" to help webgoers find live Tweet streams.
For $35, Jason Mendelson will sell you a T-shirt with a hole in it, one perfectly sized for headphones.
Small Business Commissioner Rob Walsh weighs in on the business climate around New York.
A group of inventors are tearing up the status quo from a small office in DUMBO.
The 'Manthropy' charity auction offers a chance at a date with one of 14 eligible bachelors.
Brooklyn women start their own businesses with a special grant for survivors of domestic violence.
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