Startups are new businesses that are trying to disrupt a market. These companies have a high rate of failure, but the most successful startups have become legends of the business world.

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How Airbnb Makes Money
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How Do FanDuel and DraftKings Work?
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What Is a Social Networking Service (SNS)?
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The Best Way to Calculate Profitability for Startups
How Slack Makes Money: 10 Million DAUs and Growing
Top Uber Shareholders
How Paribus Makes Money
Funding Platforms for Marijuana Startups
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Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act
How Amazon Financing Works
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Taboola: How "Content You May Like" Makes Money
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Lean Startup
Amazon's 3 Key Financial Ratios (AMZN)
Which Company Is Behind Popular the E-Cigarette JUUL?
PowerToFly: How It Works and Makes Money
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Junior Company
Drip Feed
Apple App Store
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How Uber Uses Your Ride Data
What Does Development Stage Mean?
These Are the 10 Biggest U.S. Startups by Valuation
Twit Pitch
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What Does Concept Company Mean?
What Does Soft Metrics Mean?
How Mozilla Firefox And Google Chrome Make Money
4 Challenges Uber Will Face in the Next Years
4 Reasons Why Riders Choose Uber
Tinder to Start Swiping for Cash?
An Inside Look at Pinterest's Business Model
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The Story of Instagram: The Rise of the # 1 Photo-Sharing App
Why Is Silicon Valley A Startup Heaven?
Square vs. Stripe: What's the Difference?
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How to Raise Seed Capital and Grow Your Startup
Does Your Startup Need Venture Capital Money?
Companies That Succeeded With Bootstrapping
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How Many Startups Fail and Why?
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How to Decide if It’s Time to Exercise Your Stock Options—and How to Do It
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How to Exercise Your Stock Options Without Paying Out of Pocket
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How to Make the Most of Your Stock Options As a Startup Employee

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