David Worrell

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Keep Tabs on Cash Flow

If the money disappears, so does your business.
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Board Relations

When investors ask for a board seat, weigh your options before pulling out the leather chair.
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Playing Favorites

Striking a balance between sales, profits and cash flow may mean giving one the upper hand.
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Making Mint

By helping people manage their money, this entrepreneur is earning his.
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Venture Debt

When times are tough, look to nonbank lenders for venture debt.
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Snack Attack

When market pressures forced these entrepreneurs to re-evaluate, going nuts was not an option.
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Prize Surprise

Entrepreneurs are competing for the gold--and getting much more in the process.
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Fountain of Youth

This savvy entrepreneur is out to prove that investing's for all ages.
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Energizing Profits

When it comes to maximizing the savings in energy-saving, Steve Gossett is on top of the trend--and he's making bank, too.
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It's a Given

Success means nothing to these charitable entrepreneurs unless they're giving back.
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Loyalty Pays

Show investors you care, and they'll show you the money.
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Credit for a Change

In the world of vending machines, plastic is the new silver.
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Your Best Offering

Ready to tackle an IPO? Here's what you'll need to make all the right moves and avoid the wrong ones.
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Big Deal

Organizing multimillion-dollar investments is all in a day's work for this software company.
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Practice Your Money Management Skills

Marketocracy is taking its virtual investing platform into the real world by pooling user advice.
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Getting Ready for the Public Eye?

As IPOs become viable again, what can you do to prepare your company?
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Out of the Woods

A company that gives growing businesses the funds and resources to go big? Sounds like a job for Robin Hood.
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So Long, Big Guys

A handbag designer boosts profits--and its image--by shunning mass retail distribution.
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Acquired Taste

Who says you have to build your company from the ground up? A solid acquisition strategy could be a recipe for faster, more profitable growth.
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Watch Out for VC Scams

Looking to raise capital? You could be a target for con artists. To avoid getting scammed, stay on the alert--and trust your gut.
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Better Business

Here's how one insurance company takes corporate philanthropy to the next level.
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Better Than Ever

This brewery's online venture soured, so its owners poured energy into their brick-and-mortar.
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Fantasy Finance

The funding is fake, but the knowledge is real in this online stock market game.
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Follow the Lead

Seeking capital to finance expansion? Streamline your search for the perfect investor by using an online database.
Legal Center

Ready to Report

It may get a little easier for businesses to play by the rules.
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Loan Ranger

One VC firm is lending a helping hand to fledgling companies.
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Media Mogul

Making deals for unsold airtime helped this entrepreneur fund business growth.
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Customer Appreciation

In need of funds for growth, an entrepreneur looks to those who know his products best.
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Your Business Financing Paper Trail

Proper fundraising requires carefully prepared documentation at every step. Here's what investors expect--and what the law requires.
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Members Only

This company's membership program is a win-win for customers and the bottom line.

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