Kathleen Davis

Kathleen Davis

Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.

8 Recent Stories

Why Your New Neighbors May Hold the Key to Your Business Success (Infographic)
Customer Loyalty and Retention

Why Your New Neighbors May Hold the Key to Your Business Success (Infographic)

Customers that have recently moved to a neighborhood outspend established residents at local small businesses.
Small-Business Owners Spending More Time, Money on Social Media [Infographic]
Social Media

Small-Business Owners Spending More Time, Money on Social Media [Infographic]

A new survey reveals that small businesses are increasing their social media marketing efforts.
Picking up the Pieces: Sandy's Impact on Small Businesses
Growth Strategies

Picking up the Pieces: Sandy's Impact on Small Businesses

The hurricane devastated homes and businesses on the East Coast this week. Some small businesses rode out the storm; others weren't so lucky. Here's a look.
5 Steps for Managing Disaster Recovery for Your Business
Insurance

5 Steps for Managing Disaster Recovery for Your Business

Here's how to get your business up and running as quick as possible once the worst is over.
Inside Richard Branson's Unconventional Business Approach
Business Management

Inside Richard Branson's Unconventional Business Approach

The mega-star entrepreneur gave a glimpse inside the Virgin Group's success on the final day of the World Business Forum in New York.
Are Immigrant Business Owners Driving U.S. Growth? (Infographic)
International Growth

Are Immigrant Business Owners Driving U.S. Growth? (Infographic)

Nearly one in five small-business owners in America is an immigrant. Here's a look at where they are finding success.
Jim Collins on Creative Discipline, Paranoia and Other Marks of a Great Leader
Leadership

Jim Collins on Creative Discipline, Paranoia and Other Marks of a Great Leader

Speaking at the World Business Forum in New York City, the influential management thinker outlined why some companies thrive while others fail in hard times.
Silicon Valley's Best Dressed
Lifestyle

Silicon Valley's Best Dressed

Forget hoodies and jeans, these eight women prove that you can be a business leader in Silicon Valley and still be stylish.

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