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Inside the October 1996 Issue
From the Body Shop's products to world-saving projects, an environmental conscience is second nature to Anita Roddick.
3 Businesses that will sweep you away
Set up a credit strategy to make sure the check is in the mail.
Sandie Ledray does business the clean way.
Believing in magic pays off for the creators of America's favorite fantasy game.
Why your competitor can be your greatest ally in the battle for business survival
A new generation of college students makes entrepreneurship its business.
Want to hit a marketing bull's-eye?
Meet entrepreneurs from the best cities for small business.
The nation's entrepreneurial hot spots.
Books worth a look.
Statistics reveal today's business start-ups are no lightweights.
Is it our imagination or are museums becoming more eclectic than ever? You decide.
Vote now, or forever hold your peace.
Secretary of Commerce Mickey Kantor shares his goals for putting small business on the world map.
Los Angeles takes the first step toward legalizing homebased businesses.
News for entrepreneurs on the go.
Everything old is new again in the now trendy world of secondhand stores.
A guide to creating a home page that customers will turn to.
Electronic Tax Reform
How to make your home office a safe haven.
When comparing MLMs, incentive programs can be the difference between the drab and the dazzling.
Put it on paper so you can put it into action.
Youre The Boss
Everything you wanted to know about payroll taxes, and then some.
California: Buy, Sell And Trade Inventory
Hiring reliable employees is easy--if you follow these tips for weeding out the bad seeds.
Two very different bills regarding employee time off attempt to woo working families.
When parents and children go into business together
Want to make your products and processes foolproof? Try a little poka-yoke.
A noncompete agreement can protect your business. But will it hold up in court?
Tips and trends for growing your business.
Who says work can't be fun? Not these employers.
Grab readers with a headline that's out of the ordinary . . . but not too far out.
What humor can do to your profits isn't very funny at all.
Savvy ideas to boost your sales.
Successful negotiations are based on respect, not hard-sell tactics.
Money management strategies.
Are socially responsible investments much ado about nothing?
Do you need a financing consultant to raise money--or can you go it alone?
Test your tax IQ.
Postal franchises fume over the Postal Service's new Pack and Send service.
After a lull in the '80s, Blimpie is revitalized--and ready to take on the competition.
The top picks from our Franchise 500 listing.
Intranet applications use Internet technology to streamline your internal communications.
Create marketing materials with easy-to-learn Macintosh desktop publishing software.
High-quality screens are earning rave reviews for the newest SVGA notebook computers.
The latest in modern technology.