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Nonprofit journalism is booming in the U.S. Here’s why.

American startup culture drives the growth in nonprofit news, which provides investigative information often unavailable commercially.
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Intellectual property training helps startups in India

The U.S. is helping entrepreneurs in India build businesses and protect their ideas through the Nexus business incubator in New Delhi.
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Young Egyptian entrepreneurs make a global difference

Meet Doaa Aref, Heba Assem, and Riham Adel. These Egyptian entrepreneurs are changing the economy for Middle Eastern and North African youth.
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Refugees bring valuable language skills

Many refugees are highly skilled but struggle to find work. Now, an online language teaching service taps into their talents and helps them earn incomes.
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Pakistani entrepreneurs flourish in the U.S.

Meet Kazi Mannan, Khalida Brohi, Sidra Qasim and Waqas Ali — entrepreneurs from Pakistan who moved to the United States to pursue their dreams.
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America’s culture of innovation spans the country

Venture capitalists in the United States are backing startups outside of traditional hubs like Silicon Valley. Learn more about American innovation.
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Americans are starting businesses during the pandemic

U.S. entrepreneurs are taking advantage of opportunities emerging in a business environment dramatically changed by COVID-19.
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These women entrepreneurs spotted a need — and met it

Meet six U.S. businesswomen who run successful companies, and learn how they pursue their visions and approach their work.
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U.S. advances quantum computers to tackle global challenges

Quantum computing offers vast potential for science and business. Learn how the U.S. government and private sector are advancing the technology.