Inside the October 2014 Issue
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All Systems Go

Richard Branson and other adventurers take on the final frontier.

The Information Super Highway

A glance at UPS shows how they do it better than anyone, and how you can streamline the operation of your own company vehicles.

See It Coming

From monitoring driver behavior to checking vehicle wear, here's how telematics software can help manage your company's fleet.

Where The Hell Am I?

It can track vehicle location, real-time movement and driver performance, dramatically increasing efficiency.

Peace Of Mind

We correct some of the most common misconceptions.

The Refueling Principle

It's not about how many brute hours you rack up -- it's about how effective you are at replenishing mental resources.

Making The Break

Your guide to escaping the burnout model.

The Old College Try

They've all managed to make the tricky jump from great idea to great company.

To MBA or Not to MBA

Can a formal education really help you make your entrepreneurial dreams come true? Experts weigh in.

Serial entrepreneur Jen Groover says entrepreneurship is a journey of self-transformation. Here are her tips for building the inner strength you need to run and grow a successful business.

Higher Learning

The Princeton Review ranks the 50 best entrepreneurship programs

Laying The Foundation

Let’s get down to the basics.

The Sweet Life

American food franchises are offering treats that satisfy refined tastes.

Columns

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Light Years

Space is the last frontier, a place where pioneers dare to dream.
Business Unusual

The Horror! The Horror!

The production company Ten Thirty One, which puts on Halloween-inspired interactive events, landed $2 million from Mark Cuban and is poised for expansion.
Travel

Scrimp or spend?

The bottom-line balancing act of business travel.
Design

The hackable camera

Otto shoots in a way that's completely tailored for social media.
Life

You can’t please everyone

It can be hard. But it’s a necessary evil.
Esquire Guy

Read it and weep

The workplace can be an emotional place.
Ethics

Honesty policies

Also: How to maintain workplace confidentiality.
Marketing

Words of wisdom

Writing well is part habit, part knowledge and part giving a damn.
Editor's Note

Many business owners dream about getting their products into a big-box retailer. One way to do it is to raise brand awareness so that their buyers know about you and your business, says Jen Groover.
Editor's Note

Higher Learning

The Princeton Review ranks the 50 best entrepreneurship programs
Ask A Geek

The Ripple effect

There’s a new digital monetary system in town.
Online Trep

Chart toppers

Next Big Sound’s data predicts music’s breakout stars.

Character reference

Waygo, a mobile app, takes a snapshot of written text and translates it into basic English.
VC Viewpoint

Money isn’t everything

Turns out, there are other perks besides cash.
Ask the Money Guy

Reading the signs

Taking care of a few key matters will help you get the most out of your business.
Your Money

Get schooled

You don't have to get a new degree to expand your knowledge base.
Wacky Idea

Coco loco

By inventing a low tech cutting device that easily rips through the coconut's fibrous shell.
Q and A

Getting off the ground

A look at those pivotal early days of launch.
Franchise Listing

Beyond Borders

These international franchises are offering up a world of possibilities.
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