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Inside the August 2012 Issue
Development firm inMarket shares the secrets to building a successful app.
A Perfect Fit?
'Franchise King' Joel Libava claims he has cracked the code to what makes a successful franchise owner. Find out if you have what it takes.
A new generation of pollsters is taking advantage of social media to analyze and aggregate public opinion of candidates.
High-tech political junkies are finding new ways to reach voters.
Bend, Ore., offers serious benefits to small businesses and entrepreneurs, including growth rate, investment, government perks and lifestyle balance.
Bend, Ore., is a up-and-coming location for young entrepreneurs, here are three companies that got their start in the city.
Ballooning premiums and shifting government regulations can make dealing with employee health insurance a nightmare, here's how to cope.
There are several ways to get your app published on iTunes, here's what you need to know.
Inspired by her franchise-owning parents, Chelsea Sloan started Uptown Cheapskate with her brother Scott while she was still in college.
A CEO's knack for buying low and selling high combined with his love of vintage musical instruments led him to revive Chicago Music Exchange.
Ask a Pro
Expert advice for finding a product distributor: listen to your customers.
Jargon: O'Dark Thirty
Far too early in the morning
The Suitcase Entrepreneur
From baseball games to traffic reports and local music, streaming radio can bring the world to you, no matter where you are.
Ask the Esquire Guy
Who should pay? Are you talking too much? The Esquire guy breaks down the business lunch and why it's so much more than just a meal.
All Up In Your Business
One entrepreneur grew his niche business by collaborating with bigger companies that didn't consider him competition.
Bring clarity to your next meeting with one of these four video conferencing tools, then choose which way you want to connect.
AdLeads lets companies launch geo-tagged campaigns that sidestep the cost-per-click model, in favor of sign-ups.
Libboo.com aims to improve the quality of self-published books and create a community of authors and readers.
Ask A Geek
Shared workspaces are a great option for small companies, Watercooler's Jenifer Ross shares how to make sure the office has everything you need.
The Online Trep
Shoptiques brings cutting-edge creations from brick-and-mortar boutiques online.
Website to Watch
The social fundraising site powers money raising efforts for everything from charities to joint vacation rentals.
The company has nearly $1 billion in annual revenue thanks to a combination of social media and real world engagement.
We might be living in a digital world, but paper business cards remain a vital part of networking, here's how to make yours memorable.
BioLite CampStove could be a force in reducing air pollution and deforestation all while charging your cellphone and toasting s'mores.
Go It Alone
Bootstrappers grow big businesses without outside funding
Under the new legislation, the typically small round of capital that flies under the regulatory radar for most startups has been expanded to $1 million a year.
Who Has VC
OneRoof Energy wants to change the way homeowners think about solar energy, and how much it costs.
Splitting your money into a multiple, targeted savings accounts can help you see budgeting benchmarks more clearly.
Weather buff Martin Lisius founded Tempest Tours after years of chasing storms himself.
Part music magazine, part discovery engine, the free iPad app Groovebug pairs downloaded music with photos, videos, and reviews.
Two entrepreneurs fast-tracked their startup with help form Launchpad LA.
From child care, healthcare, senior care and more, this sector of the franchise industry is thriving.
These big names in business share the lessons they have learned on the road to success.