A Winnipeg inventor has won a $10,000 award for creating an electrically-charged replica knife that helps police, border guards and other law enforcement types learn what it feels like to get slashed.
When Sue Drakeford became the first African-American to represent Nebraska at the Miss USA Pageant in 2001, she saw a great business opportunity.
According to a new study released by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, people are turning to the Internet to relax and take their minds of the current economic situation.
Oklahoma State University is gearing up to put budding entrepreneurs through a mental workout.
Kristen Cederquist leans in with her knife and stabs a chunk of blue cheese.
The Franchising & Licensing Association Singapore (FLA) yesterday unveiled the finalists for the prestigious FLA Award 2009 in the categories of Franchisor of the Year, Promising Franchisor of the Year and Franchisee of the Year.
Papa Murphy’s International, the country’s largest and fastest-growing take ‘n’ bake pizza chain, has set its sights on Greensboro, North Carolina as a key market for growth.
Arbonne International of Irvine, Calif., is recalling one lot of its Seasource Detox Spa-brand foaming sea salt scrub due to possible bacterial contamination.
A Gold Coast mum will no longer have to fork out $12,500 for running a Tupperware business from her Robina home.