Inside the November 2005 Issue
These young entrepreneurs aren't following anyone's rules--they're too busy blazing their own trails to multimillion-dollar success.
Entrepreneur and Xerox stir things up with a new look for a very deserving brewery.
Be Your Own Boss Features
Be the first to know about these new franchises.
Be Your Own Boss Features
The boom in pet businesses has entrepreneurs vying for their spots as top dogs.
We'll help guide you on your cost-cutting quest to outsource your manufacturing overseas.
The startup financing you need could be right at your doorstep.
Entice customers with all-in-one solutions that save time and money.
Targeting customers far from your college halls? Here's how to get them.
Getting the FDA to give your medical invention the thumbs up can be a challenge, so follow this prescription for approval.
This marketing guru found just the right niche for his passion and skill.
Bidding on the success of eBay auction assistance pays off.
All fired up over children's pottery classes
Pizza on the fly, designer toast and more
Trying to make a tough business decision? Listen to your intuition.
Whats Your Problem
Keep your startup out of a saturated market with these free business listing sites.
Find out how you can move to the head of the class--for less--on your next flight.
Finally, there's a smarter approach to managing your knowledge workers.
Can restructuring save a program that helps entrepreneurs but hurts the budget?
How long can the U.S. maintain its innovative edge?
Why Katrina contracts may be out of entrepreneurs' reach
Protect your company's good name in employees' blogs.
Monster.com's founder moves on to his next big startup.
How you went from class clown, jock or geek to entrepreneur.
Will the new SEC chairman set you free from regulation?
Can managed competition lower health-care costs?
Businesses fight the credit card giants' high fees.
How to ease workers' commutes as gas prices skyrocket
Go green with a solar- or wind-powered web host.
Cracking the organic market at the right time was key to this egg farmer's success.
Losing faith in the economy, seeing green in ethnic food and more
A nifty new case for your precious iPod
Find out what it takes to get ahead of the competition.
Meet today's new and improved diesels.
Is interrupting a good business tactic, or just plain rude?
This independent artist turns away investors and calls profits a "side effect"--he just wants to move your music.
Enlightening travels find SBDC funding reaching new lows, generous big guys and inspiring entrepreneurs.
Websites, organizations, events and more to grow your business
Expanding internationally? These websites can help.
Unqualified employees, workplace violence and more
When one boss brings an infant into a fledgling firm, it steps up the challenge.
Why you need a document retention plan
When selling your company, an earnout agreement can seem like an attractive option--but things could get ugly if you're not careful.
Don't let employees without families feel neglected.
When done right, corporate charitable giving can boost company morale and exposure--as well as your bottom line.
Who's minding your money?
Insurance can help smooth the road to disaster recovery.
Controlling online payments, expensive medical plans and more
A billion-dollar opportunity inspired some resourceful brothers to find a funding shortcut.
Tax-free 529 college savings accounts may not stay that way, but they'll still be a smart way to plan for your child's future.
Make sure your angel investors won't hold your business back when it's time to graduate to larger investors.
Dodging unemployment taxes is a risky business.
Creative autoresponders are a surefire way to make customers remember you long after they've logged off your site.
How to disagree without being disagreeable
Wonder what customers really want? Just ask them.
Is hiring part-time sales reps a good idea?
You don't have to be a master inquisitor to ask your prospects all the right questions. Learn how to set yourself up to seal the deal every time.
Advertising in video games, commercials vs. product placements and more
When it comes to marketing, this web designer uses his head--literally.
A newsstand, that is. Make magazines part of your marketing mix with these five money-saving ideas for advertising in print.
With prices dropping, it's a great time to shop for a high-end LCD.
With this new speakerphone, you don't have to sound distant at all.
As your first line of defense against computer bugs, these updated security tools will protect you from just about anything.
Build custom search engines with this mini device
Score with a pricing strategy that keeps customers coming back.
Protection for IM Spam, reporting computer intrusions and more
Think there's no such thing as being too connected? This couple begs to differ.
Go on tour with these mobile broadband systems.
Mile-high productivity gets a boost from in-air Wi-Fi.