February 2008 Issue
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Does your idea of success include more than 6 zeros? Entrepreneurs who have reached the pinnacle of financial success reveal how you can develop the "billionaire mind-set."
With his plush word toys, one man discovered how to spell success.
Leaving your business for a while? You need a game plan.
Lisa Knoppe Reed has a very unique work force. "They feel lucky to have a job, and I feel lucky to work with them," she says.
Not every book on your shelf needs to be about financial strategies and marketing campaigns. Here, the nonbusiness books that inspired successful entrepreneurs:
Digital radio promises to revolutionize the world of broadcasting, exponentially increasing the number of stations and making radio a better advertising vehicle for entrepreneurs trying to reach small niche markets.
Here's why one entrepreneur hired on an HR person to take care of overtime pay.
Packaging today needs style and substance. You've got to grab consumers' attention but also consider the impact your packaging has on the environment.
Entrepreneurs' best advisors can be found close to home.
A look at how entrepreneurs affected the economy last year
Your most valuable business asset may also be your most intangible one: data. Everything from customer credit card numbers to employee records to pricing information needs protection.
How travel websites are expanding out to small business owners.
The Cadillac CTS 2008 is a bold and practical ride.
How long could you survive without the internet?
How some women are working hard for the money.
In the race for global competitiveness, is the U.S. falling behind?
For entrepreneurs who want to grow profits, here's some insight on what it takes to be the "-aire" up there.
As inflation threatens the economy, entrepreneurs look to protect their investments.
More and more companies are seeing the importance of partnerships--is it time for you to buddy up?
Your company's blog could be one of your strongest marketing tools--so get talking.
Leasing may be the solution to grow your business quickly.
Need goods and services but low on cash? Make vendors part owners and share the rewards.
2007 pays off for small-business IPOS. Can you expect the same in your future?
Recession worries? Look past the pot of gold and set your sights on commodities.
Shopping for a commercial real estate loan can be tricky. Here's what you need to stay balanced.
Success means nothing to these charitable entrepreneurs unless they're giving back.
Can your business idea stand up to global competition?
Are you really ready to be an entrepreneur? The answer lies within.
Vendor relations are key to startup success. Here's how to hit it off.
Got a hot fitness idea? Before you get started, make sure you're fit for business.
Referral-based business is good business, so why not put it front and center?
How can you protect yourself and your assets from risk when securing a business loan?
Opportunities abound in online gaming.
These creative fitness businesses shaped up into franchises.
Paul White developed a surgery system that cuts to the heart of the problem.
Homemakers and tech gurus alike will get equal enjoyment out of this product.
Here's how two entrepreneurs scratched their business itch.
5 minutes are all you need to create a top-notch marketing plan--and get your business ready for success.
The fastest-growing franchises for 2008 are putting the pedal to the metal.
In business, your best asset is the power of you--so use it.
Being acquired can be a very good thing for your business.
These ground-breaking reads may change the way you do business.
Facebook could reap a bounty of benefits for your business. Should you join?
Small but strong, Singapore is ideal for American businesses looking East.
Marketing for a charitable cause can benefit your company, too.
How well can you sell? Very, if you develop your own way of doing it.
After hitting it big at home, Maribel Lieberman is making her mark across the pond.
Making your office greener is easier than you think. Take these 5 steps to clean up your act.
This business is racing to build team spirit by getting everyone involved in fun.
Steer clear of trouble by making sure you pay men and women equally.
The latest in portable power
"Commputers" are coming to a hand near you.
Entrepreneurs are starting to make tidy livings off their blogs.
Help your images make a positive impression.
Demand for tablet PCs is going up. What are the latest features?
Thanks to these entrepreneurs, putting video online is quick and painless.
In its newest form, USB will be fitter and faster--and it'll get on great with its predecessors.
With CloudPrint, printing knows no bounds.
Pictures show the world you mean business, so be sure your camera is up to the task.
Your website is rich with user information.
You don't have to buy a phone that your cellular service provider carries.