Inside the September 1999 Issue
Here's marketing to you, kids; why increasing numbers of entrepreneurs are selling their sights on preteen consumers.
. . .and you got a business. Business coach Lois Frankel reveals how to strike a balance between the two.
Do you think like a champ? Coach Mike Shanahan of Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos fame offers winning strategies to keep you on top of your business game.
The population is changing quicker than you can say `census'. Are you ready for the next wave of consumers?
You may not always obey the Ten Commandments, but you'd better follow these 3 cardinal laws of Web site design.
So you want to start a homebased business but don't know where to begin? These entrepreneurs discovered buying a business opportunity can be an easy way to get started.
You're either cool or you're not. If you are, here's how to make the most of it.
. . . and we're not talking champagne.
It takes a child at heart to build a children's phenomenon.
Don't let the name fool you. Frozen foods are hot.
One woman's turbulent quest for funding
U.S. tech businesses find foreign soil is fertile soil.
There's only one Silicon Valley, but hopes of being Silicon Something has tech communities popping up nationwide.
With no batteries required and a price that's right, day-planners hold their own.
Get the lowdown on news, trends, programs and more.
Hard facts on the latest software
The bucks start here.
Scoring a small distributor
`Z' is for zero, to buy or not to buy, nix failure, How low can you go?
Beating The Odds
The money to pay the staff was a maybe. Her partner left her alone in the eats-entrepreneurs-alive magazine industry. Could Pat Means survive, much less succeed? You better believe it.
Can you offer jobs in economically poor areas? This fund's looking for you.
Mark your calendar.
As bogus lawsuits continue to rise, Congress fights to keep entrepreneurs out of court.
Engage customers with a taste of the unconventional.
You've welcomed your kids into the family business--and you're ready to pull your hair out. Now what?
Coverage you can bank on?
Show a hearing-impaired applicant to the door and you could be slapped with a lawsuit, right? According to the Supreme Court, the answer lies in the definition of disability.
Ahhhh! The answer to your employees' aches, pains and stress
Before an employee permanently parts company, listen up! The lowdown could make or break your business.
Stepping in when a top employee's performance goes flat
How do you sell a great gift idea? Enthusiasm!
How to get what's coming to you
It pays to get saucy.
Filling your customer service team with `mini salespeople'? Chances are, you're missing the mark.
Will out-of-this-world Internet stocks come crashing back to earth?
You'll soon be able to score with your favorite star.
The fact that the Internet is generating huge profits hasn't slipped by the taxman. Find out which rules affect your e-commerce business.
Have a bunch of great business ideas but still no business? Well, what are you waiting for? It's time to make the leap from armchair entrepreneur to the real deal.
Customers will take this pizza and shove it . . .in their ovens.
Kids aren't just our future--they're fueling a billion-dollar market that has nowhere to go but up.
Can't think of an original product? You don't have to. Making an existing product better could be your ticket to success.
. . . even when everyone says your business idea is crazy.
One university's popular franchise program takes its own advice.
From dishwasher to entrepreneur
Read all about the latest in newsstands.
Giving minorities, veterans and women a fair shot at franchising
A Chem-Dry franchisee helps shelter residents make a fresh start.
Whats Your Problem
I need a high-speed phone line, but my office is in a residential zone.
Why settle for generic when you can have a computer customized to fit your needs?
How to get low long-distance rates on every call
New services allow you to send oversized files across the Net.
State-of-the-art tech tools
Spruce up your banner ads or say goodbye to prospects.