Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.
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With health care one of the most hotly debated subjects right now, here is a look at where the U.S. stands in terms of health-care costs and services.
A recent survey finds that most people connect to the office at some point during their vacations.
As U.S. fast-food workers continue to strike over wages, concerns build about what a wage hike might do to franchise owners and consumers.
From bartering to bitcoins, this fun graphic takes a look at the long evolution of how customers pay for what they want.
Your customers are on social media, but which network should you use to reach them? It might depend on their age.
Do you take vacations? Work more than 40 hours a week? Worry about the cost of health care? See how your experiences and concerns as a small-business owner stack up.
News and Trends
Virtual currency Bitcoin has been making headlines recently. Don't worry if you still don't know what it's all about. This motiongraphic breaks it down.
First Class? Standard Post? Parcel Select? Tracking? Insurance? This reference breaks it all down.
Starting a Business
The U.S. is home to six of the top 10 startup ecosystems in the world, but some surprising cities are upping their game with notable strides in funding, talent, trendsetting and more.
Customer Loyalty and Retention
Use the summer slowdown to revamp your lead management system. Here are five tips to get you started.
While most people have some savings, 40 percent of Americans are not prepared for major life events like retirement.
Get to know the five finalists for our Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013 award competition and cast your vote now.
A new survey examines what parents are shopping for and where and how much they plan to spend.
Reaching customers even when ecommerce can't, these vending machines dispense unexpected items, where and when customers need them.
Starting a Business
This tool provides a near exhaustive look at the past 22 years (and counting) of startups.
A look at how small-business owners are shelling out more than big corporations, and where their dollars are going.
How a First-Time Entrepreneur's Kickstarter Project Landed on Toys 'R' Us Shelves in Less Than a Year
Industry insiders laughed at the engineering toy for girls, but its inventor was determined to change the landscape of the 'pink aisle.' Entrepreneur Debbie Sterling shares how she transformed her id
From the invention of moveable type in 1450, all the way to mobile ads and online videos, advertising has come a long way.
Here's a look at your odds of being audited. And how you can tell if you might be next.
The National Retail Federation offers a way to assess someone's skills and talents to find the best job.
It's easy for your marketing message to get lost in the mix. Here are five ways to make sure your content stands out.
Your online presence is often your first interaction with potential customers. Here's how to make sure you are making a good impression.