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EOPlex

Video Interview: Arthur Chait of EOPlex Talks About Green Semiconductor Packaging

By Connie Kwan Electronics are here to stay.  Unfortunately, so is E-waste, and it’s only going to increase in the coming years. The…

Street Food Gets Green Makeover from GustOrganics

At the Northwest corner of Park Avenue and 53rd street in New York City, you will find a totally different yet refreshing kind…
Andhra Pradesh State Legislative Assembly

India Mulls Tighter Microfinance Regulations

Andhra Pradesh's government is considering legislation that would curb lending rates and avert abuses that MFIs often undertake in recouping their loans. These…
Book

Ecopreneurial Opportunity: Used Book Exchange

Are you a bookworm? Ever thought you'd love to sift through books all day and sip organic coffee while interacting with other like-minded…

Can A Life Be Saved By a Solar Powered Suitcase? If it’s LifeGivingForce, Yes

It seems these days there are an increasing number of natural (and unnatural) disasters happening. You see images of stranded people, injured animals,…
Lessons for sustainable startups

Sustainable Startup: Rhythm Superfoods Shares Ingredients for Success

Scott Jensen, co-founder and CEO of Rhythm Superfoods, discusses the challenges of running a sustainable startup as well as changing consumer behavior toward…

What Does Entrepreneurship Really Come Down To? An Interview With Stephen M.R. Covey

Recently, I had the honor of interviewing Stephen M.R. Covey, author of the Speed of Trust, as part of his PR campaign for…
feat-networks

Can We Use Microfinance Networks to Go Beyond the Obvious?

Lindsay Clinton, Beyond Profit This is the second post in a three week long series from Beyond Profit and Triple Pundit that will…

VCs, Start-Ups and Others Converge To Talk Green Tech

By Ellisa Feinstein GoingGreen Silicon Valley conference, a two and a half day conference which started last night, comes on the heels of…
FailCon2010

Fail Fast, Fail Cheap…or First, Go to FailCon

By Linda Chang With its compelling basic premise, FailCon has made a memorable mark on the conference scene. Most of the time, conferences…
dollarsign

Fundraising for Small Business–Where to Go?

Banks, Venture Capitalists, and Angel Investors are arguably harder to access than ever for a small business owner.  Startup?  Forget about it.  Banks…
feat-bolder

Startup Pitch: Bolder’s Doing Good Drives Engagement and Sales for Companies

Ed Note:We’re trying something new with Startup Friday – a sponsored start-up pitch. These are companies that trust our readership to judge their…
compost soup

GreenCycler Makes Composting Even Easier

Gail Loos created the GreenCycler, a device that grinds kitchen scraps into a size that speeds up the composting process. The contraption works…

Zimride Merges Social Networking and Carpooling

Welcome to Zimride. The Bay Area-based firm builds relationships with universities and corporations, and hosts social networking sites that seek to match commuters…

Wind Data Collection Becomes More Affordable for Smaller Developers

You’ve heard of solar leasing programs for energy-conscious, yet budget-constrained, consumers. Now comes a leasing program to give wind-power developers the financing flexibility…