Start-up activity in the U.S. increased in 2016, bolstered by growth among women, millennials and minorities, according to a new report.
The widely watched analysis from the Kauffman Foundation, released on Thursday, finds annual start-up activity rose in 2016 for the second-straight year after falling with the recession.
The rate of new entrepreneurs has increased nearly 15 percent over the past two years, translating to about 550,000 new business owners each month during the year. Read More
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