The sure thing that wasn't: As the initial frenzy subsides, the Internet's investment-raising potential is re-evaluated. Yes, the capital is out there-but only if you know where (and how) to look.
A greeting card opportunity that lets you deal your own hand.
When the lights go out, make sure your computer is protected.
It depends. If your company's name doesn't describe the product or service you provide, it shouldn't be the focus of your advertising.
Your prices can ensure your prosperity or doom you to failure. Choose them wisely.
Start-up videos to get your business going.
Course one: Becoming a restaurateur.
Diary of a start-up: from idea to fruition.
Don't let a franchisor's decision not to disclose earnings figures discourage you. There are ways to find out what you need to know.
. . . but the mug is as frosty as ever.
... or you could get screwed.
Franchising reinvents the school lunch.
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