Should a young serial entrepreneur accept a $1.2 million investment proposal from a New York-based venture capital firm for his early stage social commerce venture?
Given the financial and operational challenges, is it possible to devise a sustainable bicycle sharing program in New York City?
Should two entrepreneurs with a fledgling start-up consider a third-party equity investment, and if so, which strategy makes the most sense?
Should a South African transport company risk expanding to the United States?
When a family business takes over a small company and achieves unlikely
success, should it plan to include the next generation in its leadership?
Should a venture capital firm specializing in software startups adjust its strategy to a changed market?
After two years of initial success, the owner of a high-end fashion and design store finds herself with declining profits and increasing managerial problems. How can she turn it around?
How should a new word-of-mouth marketing community compete with the likes of Facebook and Twitter?
How might a creative entrepreneur find opportunity in the courthouse-steps bankruptcy sale of a historic property?