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Entrepreneur's Annual 100 Brilliant Ideas

A bold concept perfectly in sync with the moment: It's what great companies are built on.

Patagonia, From the Ground Up

While the rest of retail was tanking, Yvon Chouinard's outdoor clothing and gear company was having its best two years ever. Here's why.

The New Power of Mobility

With devices that can do more and more, apps that can unshackle any operation and innovations like mobile video coming on the scene, mobility is becoming the entrepreneur's most critical tech tool.

Sound the Alarm

Cybercrime costs the economy more than $1 trillion per year, and crooks are increasingly setting their sights on small businesses. A look at the most destructive threats to your network--and what you need to do about them.

The Juice Behind Your Website

The content management system--the powerful, behind-the-scenes operator--can make or break your site. Here's how to choose the right one.

The Home Office is Humming

How to work--really work--at home, and not lose your mind in the process

When Every Office is the Home Office

Our list of the top 101 homebased franchises has something for every (home)body.

Columns

Broadcast Yourself

Sometimes the best way to develop your business concept is to get into a room with like-minded entrepreneurs. Here are conferences and pitching sessions where you can find them.
Doing Good

From Dough to Dough

A website stirs cookie sales into charitable donations.
Editors Note

Chasing Brilliance

Brilliant companies are innovators, trailblazers and influencers--sometimes without even knowing it.
Franchise Ink

Making Green a Go

Nicole Goldman believes environmentally conscious design materials shouldn't be so hard to find--or install.
Opportunities

The Match Game

Dan Shifrin couldn't get money to buy a franchise, so now he connects potential franchisees with investors.
Personal Finance

A Better Plan for Not Working

Start early to set the best course for retirement--no matter how far off it may seem.
VC Insider

Investment Without Injury

VC investors should know when to limit their involvement--and entrepreneurs should stand firm on where to draw the line.

Twitter: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?

Mark Frauenfelder (up!) and Seth Godin (down!) weigh in.

Overhead, Schmoverhead

No need to cough up the latest airline baggage fee. Here's how to stuff an entire business trip under the seat.

Green Acres, Take 2

The Beekman Boys find the simple life ain't so simple when you're trying to make a living at it.
Ask a Pro

It Is All About You

The best way to view the competition is to ignore it.
Business Unusual

Stay Hungry

How Peter D'Amato's strange obsession made him America's biggest dealer of carnivorous plants
Jargon

Scooby Snacks

Lame incentives

Out of Season

Strategies for surviving the downtime in a cyclical business

From Debit to Credit

Turn the tables on business costs and look for creative ways to eke out a little revenue.

When to Share a Piece of the Pie

Does it make sense to trade ownership for services?
Whos Getting VC Now

Next-Generation House Calls

Consult A Doctor lands $5 million to provide telemedicine nationwide.

Expert Advice for Nothing

Two new websites are dedicated to getting new businesses off the ground--and they don't charge a dime.
Back Page

There's Just Not an App for That

We get it: Apps are hip. But they also run on cell phones that can barely make calls--much less find where we are, track our spending or run our day-to-day ops. Here's a list of apps not yet ready for small-business prime time.
College Startups

More Than What You Paid For

Hire your smartest classmates by setting up an internship program.
Finance for Startups

The $48,000 Question

Where, exactly, do startups get their money? The answer may surprise you.
Strokes of Genius

Strokes of Genius

Check out the latest inventions to keep your electronics dry or to turn your cubicle into a floating office.
Wacky Ideas That Just Might Fly

My Sandbox is Bigger than Your Sandbox

And for $200, Ed Mumm will let you play with the heavy equipment.

A More Polished Voice

New phone platforms can boost the perception of professionalism for small outfits.

Getting Thin

How the ultralight category of laptops shapes up

Your IT Lifeline

A great reseller can save the day.
Cant Live With It, Cant Live Without It

Google Analytics

Is it (literally) a priceless tool for tracking and scrutinizing online traffic, or is it too complex for the average entrepreneur? Two readers offer their own analyses.
Shiny Object of the Month

Touch, and Go

Touch-based technology isn't just for the iPhone and iPad.

What the Pros Use

A flurry of social media management tools has arrived to help you consolidate and keep track of your social media updates. Four social media experts weigh in on what they use and why.

Should We Meet in Another World?

Second Life tries for a second coming with a new environment designed to be a less seedy, more secure place to do business.

Pay for Praise

New FTC guidelines address paid endorsements.
Build a Website

Here's Looking at You

Make your site a better search engine target by optimizing your company's images.
Website to Watch

Website Building for the Rest of Us

Yola lets you take online matters into your own hands.
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