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SBA Shows High-Tech Startups Some Love

The U.S. Small Business Administration, widely considered near useless to high-tech startups, has made two efforts in as many weeks to woo this innovative group of entrepreneurs. Full story

Mobile App Basics: 3 Ways to Make User Security a Priority

After one popular app's privacy snafu, here's a look at what you should consider when developing your own mobile apps. Full story

10 Questions to Ask Before Committing to a Business Partner

Having a partner could share the load...or create added burden. Full story

Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About 31,216 Startups (Interactive Graphic)

This tool provides a near exhaustive look at the past 22 years (and counting) of startups. Full story

The Magic of Owning a Customer-Service Problem

Customers want their problems fixed fast. They want to know you care. That's why building a loyal following means delivering great customer service. Here are three ways to get there. Full story

Citymaps aims to make maps social

Maps are where it's at. Just ask Google, which bought maps app Waze for nearly $1 billion, or Apple, which snapped up two small mapping startups earlier this month. Full story

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  VC Competition Crunch: West Coast vs. East Coast

CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from 500 Startups' Pre-Money Conference and talks with Founding Partner Dave McClure.

  How did founders of Gilt.com rise to success?

Alexis Maybank and Alexandra Wilkis Wilson are the co-founders of Gilt.com, an online startup that changed the way millions of people shop. Joined by JJ Ramberg, the host of MSNBC’s “Your Money,” they aim to inspire people to pursue ideas they’re passionate about, and encourage entrepreneurs to test

  One Stop Supermarket Shopping

Allon Bloch, CEO of MySupermarket, explains how his startup can save consumers money by price-shopping for them online.

  Small Biz Carving Niche in Big Golf Trend

Andrew Glaser, ClubCrown founder & CEO, explains how the skills he acquired running money on Wall Street helped him launch a hot new startup.

  Waze Disrupts GPS Space

John Malloy, BlueRun Ventures partners, discusses how the social mapping and navigation app startup has revolutionizes the way people plot their destinations and has generated interest from Google and Facebook.

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