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Inside the November 2012 Issue
As game play shifts from the console to the smartphone, the balance of power has tipped in favor of upstarts like Bolt Creative and Imangi Studios.
Save the Planet, Save Your Bottom Line
Tips from the Green Business Bureau on saving the planet and your bottom line.
Psychologist Linda Sapadin presents an action plan for addressing your fears.
An entrepreneurial doc sets aside her own jitters to help quell the fears of others
Some green improvements may not be worth the trouble or expense. Here's how to determine which changes will provide the greatest return on investment for your company.
Chartboost is helping developers drive adoption--and revenue--by harnessing the collective power of mobile gaming.
Creating a business with the intent to sell demands forward-looking thinking from the very beginning.
Scott Gerber, founder and chief executive of Sizzle It! and the Young Entrepreneur Council, on how to decide on a name for your business.
The business world can be a frightening place. But entrepreneurs need to learn to face down their fears if they want to keep their enterprises moving forward.
Consider 'out-of-home' ads to connect with locals.
A PGA player tees off to improve Native American health.
Fear is a natural part of entrepreneurship--we'll look into how to make it drive you.
The gro-O franchise brings home the green.
There is no surefire formula to get your video to go viral. But here are a few tips to get people watching.
It's not just for do-gooders--sustainability saves money, too.
Going it alone isn't the best route for all business owners. Cooperative corporations offer an alternative to franchising, with members working together to decide how their company should operate.
There's a low-cost franchise to suit any taste
Just Between Friends clothing store franchise grows from filling needs for family and friends.
Philip Nappi discovers that his passion of footwear runs in the family.
As the market for your product evolves, the way it's packaged may need to change, too
Jargon: Dining Al Desco
Eating at one's desk in order to keep working.
The Suitcase Entrepreneur
From baggage fees to TSA restrictions, a look on what's on the horizon for business travel, and how to make it better.
A spin on crowdfunding, Smallknot, asks customers to support local businesses.
Ask the Money Guy
The most unexpected areas of overspending for a small and growing business.
Messy legal issues can derail a new business. It's best to keep it clean from the start.
KegSkins banishes the biggest party foul -- warm beer.
Companies are lining up to help 'treps navigate new crowdfunding laws. Here's one to watch.
Woodworkers carve out a niche with an offbeat, high-end product.
Ask A Geek
What to consider when creating multilingual websites to attract international customers.
An iPhone app for currency conversion got a ranking boost.
Ask a Pro
Lessons from a CEO who worked his way up through the ranks.
All Up In Your Business
Why you should choose peace of mind over revenue and cut ties with bad clients.
Today's all-in-one desktop computers mix cutting-edge tech, svelte style and gorgeous displays.
Website to Watch
Classtivity brings the online booking model to recreation.
The Online Trep
Thoughtful web marketing drives an artisanal business.