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Inside the August 2010 Issue

Features

The Champion

Drew Brees led the New Orleans Saints to their first-ever Super Bowl title. Now he's backing local entrepreneurship and the city's economic revival.

Ring it Up

Shoppers are venturing out again, so it's time to browse Entrepreneur's top retail franchises of 2010.

Innovation Nation

50 cities and 10 lifestyles energizing businesses of all shapes and sizes.

Losing the Dream, but Saving the Store

The recession is driving mom-and-pop businesses to transform into franchises.

The Turnaround Artist

Jim Pohlad inherited a failing team-the Minnesota Twins--on the verge of disappearing from baseball. What saved it? Thinking like a small business.

Green Fallout

The era when green marketing meant sunny logos and big environmental claims is over. Just ask BP.

Columns

Your fledgling business doesn't necessarily need a complex strategy document, just some basics.
Doing Good
A Colorado painter provides free makeovers for crisis-stricken homeowners.
Editors Note
The crazy ideas of these sports entrepreneurs paid off big.
Franchise Ink
At Margaritas restaurants, every painting, tile, chair and artwork is direct from Mexico.
Opportunities
Meet Jason Fry, lottery millionaire and Battery King of South Florida.
Personal Finance
Watch for hidden (or, at least, sneaky) charges on your phone, cable and utility bills.
For business owners, it's that they're recession-proof
NumberQuotes.com is worth a click for quick comparisons.
Try an icy, ready-to-drink margarita.
The Flickr co-founder's picks are a mix of money, tech and art.
Ask a Pro
Ronn Torossian's advice: Drop everything and deal with it now.
Business Unusual
Watch out, bikers and bladers. The elliptical trainer has zipped out of the gym and onto the streets.
Jargon
That closet you're working in
Methods for streamlining your company's collection practices
An upstart maker of glass baby bottles gets the attention of green-friendly VCs.
SMBs and startups can celebrate the failure of some proposed financial reforms.
An early-stage investor by any name can be just as useful to funding your business.
Back Page
For pro athletes, entrepreneurial endeavors are a natural play.
College Startups
Today's episode: How to turn a class project into a multimillion-dollar business. (No degree required.)
Finance for Startups
If it is, forget the Credit Card Act--you're as vulnerable as ever to sky-high rates, erratic billing and unexpected fees.
Strokes of Genius
Three genius innovations to make your life easier--or at least more fun
Wacky Ideas That Just Might Fly
The boozy, manly, camouflage-frosted cupcake
App of the Month
This RedLaser app can scan bar codes through the camera on your iPhone.
Don't be guilty of unknowingly pirating software.
It's time to stop backing away from backing up your business data.
Here are our votes for some of the latest and greatest productivity-enhancing apps.
Cant Live With Cant Live Without
Two business owners face off on the business question of the moment.
Mobile Entrepreneur
David Heinemeier Hansson's take on cutting the cord in a less-savvy mobile land
Shiny Object of the Month
HiVi's speakers turn your computer or mobile device into a portable studio, complete with quality audio.
Google Places gives you a virtual storefront where you can track traffic.
How one online venture is working to update an old industry
Build a Website
Sidestep sticker shock by creating a detailed budget for designing, building and launching your website.
Website to Watch
GetGlue recommends movies, music and books based on what already floats your boat.
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