The wonders of 3D printing have thrilled entrepreneurs, government officials and the business community. But a few skeptics have warned that there’s a dark side to 3D printing — particularly the ease with which people could make their own 3D weapons.
Entrepreneurs run our economy now, McGee observes. They have liquidity and they’re ready to take risks. The economy remains a concern for small business owners like me.
The charms of the patent office archives—and the hilariously insane inventions they contain—are well-known.
When people think of tech startups, two places typically come to mind: the Silicon Valley and New York City. The average person probably can’t think of a major tech company from anywhere else. That’s why it’s such a surprise to see the huge startup community blossoming in Kansas City, Kansas
Recently, GE has been popping up everywhere in the world of 3D printing.
We take a look back at the entrepreneurs and companies that made a splash over the past 12 months. As the economy continued to recover and tech innovators came of age, 2012 proved to be a momentous year for business. We’ve regularly acknowledged the fastest-growing companies and the most promising young entrepreneurs, but this year, we also recognized other business leaders, too, including the CEOs leading job creation and the entrepreneurs willing to take on ideas that could change the world
There’s a new book from former WIRED editor Chris Anderson specifically on the topic of entrepreneurship in the 21st century. Makers: The New Industrial Revolution investigates the development of entrepreneurship in the software industry, where vast business empires have been built that run much of the world today.