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Inside the November 2009 Issue

Features

Brewing Big (With a Micro Soul)

After 18 years of growth and with annual revenue about to break $100 million, Kim Jordan still maintains New Belgium's freewheeling spirit.

Radicals & Visionaries

Peter Diamandis talks about what innovation really is while Tim O'Reilly calls the I-word era "dead on arrival."

Why Now is the Time to Open a Restaurant

Rents are dropping, talented chefs are up for grabs and, most important, smarter diners are looking for value, not glitz.

Honk if You Can Read This

Sign spinning has morphed from curbside oddity to performance art--and a surprisingly effective way for a startup to grab attention.

That's a Starbucks?

When the coffee giant opened a 'stealth' outlet in its own hometown, it was the espresso shot heard around the world.

Editor's Note: The New Bare-Bones Restaurant Model

How can this economy work for you? Just take a look at restaurants.

Power of the Piggy Bank

A list of franchises that cater to kids--and their parents

Columns

Doing Good
Starfire Sports' founder applied what he learned in the tech sector to a nonprofit venture
Employee X vs. Employer X
Companies are clear: Stock options may not gain value. But employees still expect them. A burned senior VP at a big bank says just to cut her a bonus check.
Franchise Ink
Club Z! is earning high marks by sending credentialed teachers into the home
Opportunities
Yul Kwon won Survivor. Next: The fro-yo wars.
Personal Finance
Even amid signs of an economic bounce, it's still wise for entrepreneurs not to tie up their capital.
Sales Talk
5 strategies for polishing and protecting your customer-service reputation
Financial Fitness
Entrepreneurs are acting now to prepare for the economic upswing.
Going Forward
Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs are tapping into the mad enthusiasm of home cooks.
Going Forward
Shoppers put $90 billion on gift cards last year. A few entrepreneurs saw an opportunity.
Going Forward
For business travelers, a new breed of wrinkle-free cotton means rumpled days are over.
Money
A history of startup success in the mobile ad game--and a strong market position--paid off when the founders of Nexage launched a new funding campaign.
Start It Up
With Protosphere software, it's possible to have a meeting without actually...meeting.
Start It Up
New federal rules are making personal credit a better option for startups.
Start It Up
Start small, with a basic idea and build from there.
Tech
The Lifescribe Pulse smartpen records and stores what you're writing--and hearing--as you write.
Tech
Is Apple's over-the-air application that syncs contacts, e-mail and events across devices a critical tool for mobile entrepreneurs?
Tech
Entrepreneur's guide to fully mobilizing your business--including the best gizmos to get the job done.
Tech
IBM's new Lotus Foundations Reach system provides a self-managing communications solution for businesses.
Tech
Verizon's MiFi 2000 is a pocket-sized modem and an invaluable tool for your mobile office.
Web
Social media meets online retailing at ThisNext.com, making everyone a critic.
Web
A well-conceived landing page sends the right signals about your company and can help boost conversion rates.
Web
How to Keep your company safe from privacy leaks online
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