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Newsletter: When Mansplainers Talk Guns; Princess School; Better Dairy Milk; & The Do-Nothing Movement

Times of Entrepreneurship Stories Got Boat? The Easier To Digest A2 Milk Milk has been slowly losing market share for the past decade to plant-based competitors like oat, almond and soy. But the cows are mounting a comeback: There’s a newer milk on the market, A2, that promises ease of digestion and reasonable prices. Nina […]

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Newsletter: Cotopaxi’s $160M Business Model; Atlanta VC Dollars; AI-Enabled Russian Propaganda

Times of Entrepreneurship Stories Trailblazer: How Cotopaxi’s Founder Built A Cult Following And A $160M Salt Lake City Company Davis Smith heads for a sabbatical while the famous impact-oriented company gets a new CEO. Lori Ioannou reports. Read the Story » Venture Capital Spotlight: Zane in Atlanta Focuses on Diverse Founders in Southeast U.S. The […]

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Newsletter: Humanitarian Startups; Electric Vehicle Tax Credits; Tips for Small Business Owners, Indeed’s Price Increases

Times of Entrepreneurship Stories Are Startups A Better Model for Humanitarian Work? Small companies focusing on Ukraine and other crises are showing that, freed from the obligation to raise money, startups can help sustain refugee populations. Read the Story » Don’t Go Into Personal Debt And Other Tips For Small Business Owners The United States […]

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Weekly Newsletter: A Black Woman Leader in Cannabis; Creative Firms in Danger; Mom Workforce; Military Startups Needed

Times of Entrepreneurship Stories Helping Moms Re-enter The Workforce On Their Own Terms Lori Ioannou writes about a trailblazing woman whose company trains women looking to re-enter the workforce after a career hiatus, and then uses a proprietary algorithm to match them with employers in need of part-time or fractional talent based on their skills […]

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The Unreported Country

A note from our editor, Elizabeth MacBride: Our stories this week: Using the First Amendment, lounges, bars and restaurants in Nashville and Memphis are fighting legislation in Tennessee that would criminalize drag shows. And we have a venture spotlight on VESTHer, a woman-owned VC firm in Oklahoma. The Unreported Country The national business media is […]

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Weekly Newsletter: Woke Wars; ChatGPT Ban; Tennessee Drag Fights Back; $20M VC Fund For Women

Times of Entrepreneurship Stories Businesses Have Been Fighting Tennessee’s Anti-Drag Law. A Federal Judge Temporarily Halted It. The stakes are higher than you might think, thanks to thriving drag scenes in Nashville and Memphis, as this story by Nina Roberts makes clear. Read the Story » Venture Spotlight: VEST Her Ventures In Oklahoma Focuses on […]