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Jane Porter is a freelance writer and editor based in Brooklyn, NY. You can find more of her work at Janeroseporter.com
18 Recent Stories
From setting goals to developing routines and relationships, small business owners can overcome their fear of failure.
How three entrepreneurs overcame challenges when exploring global markets, and what you can learn from them.
From avoiding corruption to navigating cultural differences, here are eight resources to help your small business go global.
When a deal is going sour, try these savvy strategies to turn it around.
How to make sure your business can thrive without you, and five steps to get there.
A homegrown company called Two Moms in the Raw carved its own health-food niche.
Employees can make or break your success as a small business owner. Here's how to make better hires.
Five steps to make your business a success when experience is not on your side.
Five steps to see your company in a new way -- and make a comeback.
A small business owner is forced to retract, only to return stronger than ever.
A small business overhauls its fee model to woo customers and make a comeback.
Experts and small-business owners share tips to avoid blunders that affect your bottom line.
Building a Website
Consider these six tips from small-business owners and experts before deciding on a website name.
As part of our Small Business Comebacks series, a Cincinnati-based IT company reaches out for guidance to stage a comeback.
As part of our Small Business Comebacks series, an online fragrance retailer creates technology for a turnaround.
A Chicago-based tech outsourcing firm retools marketing and pricing for a turnaround.