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Entrepreneur Magazine: October 2014
Richard Branson and other adventurers take on the final frontier.
A glance at UPS shows how they do it better than anyone, and how you can streamline the operation of your own company vehicles.
From monitoring driver behavior to checking vehicle wear, here's how telematics software can help manage your company's fleet.
It can track vehicle location, real-time movement and driver performance, dramatically increasing efficiency.
We correct some of the most common misconceptions.
It's not about how many brute hours you rack up -- it's about how effective you are at replenishing mental resources.
Entrepreneur Magazine: September 2014
With his startup SwiftKey, Jon Reynolds is breathing new life into the act of typing on a keyboard.
How Sweet It Is
Because grown-ups need the occasional sugar fix, too.
Where the gap between the digital and the real starts to blur.
For better returns, should you invest in businesses engaged in social responsibility, or those on the opposite end of the spectrum?
Interruptions are the enemy of productivity.
Do it right, and a trade show can lead to more funding, new customers and lots of buzz.
Entrepreneur Magazine: August 2014
Do the following traits, characteristics and quirks describe you?
What went wrong, and can they survive?
Yves Béhar's award-winning design studio Fuseproject creates groundbreaking products and brand identities for some of the world's most influential companies.
The newest trends in workplace design highlight employee choice, wellness, lifestyle amenities and opportunities for mentorship.
Entrepreneur Magazine: July 2014
We called on leading entrepreneurs to share the most valuable piece of advice they've received.
How serial entrepreneur Mike McCue successfully positioned Flipboard at the forefront of a new era of digital media.
The Bar's Open
We visited three new bars--a cocktail lounge, a low-key neighborhood spot and an urban distillery--run by people who know exactly what it takes to open a joint and keep it running.
A review site is a great way for your business to get discovered online, but it can also bring inaccurate criticism.
A 'don't-rock-the-boat' strategy is no longer an acceptable option.
Entrepreneur Magazine: June 2014
Each year we pick the ideas, companies, applications and inventions that have amazed us with their unique solutions to common problems or marketplace voids, executed in forms both ultra-high-tech and strikingly simple.
Former Apple exec Matt Rogers co-founded Nest, a smart-home product company that went from a garage startup to a $3.2 billion business.
We asked some of the leading idea people in business to define how new products, technologies and commodities come into being.
It seems like everyone and their mother has a Kickstarter campaign. Here's how to get yours noticed.
Several owners who made the shift discuss their decision-making process, what they learned and how they do things differently.
He started his life in franchising at age 14, mopping floors at a Burger King. Today, Aziz Hashim owns 35 franchises and employs 700 people.
Entrepreneur Magazine: May 2014
The people, companies and locations that are improving the way we get around and our experience once we get there.
Any company can create word-of-mouth ad -- all it takes is a clever idea and skillful execution.
From having the cash to meeting established goals, look for these indicators before you leap.
Jonah Berger, a marketing professor a the Wharton School of Business, has identified six key drivers of virality.
As delays continue to plague Obamacare, entrepreneurs are left with a mixed bag of consequences for their businesses.
Entrepreneur Magazine: April 2014
We present the companies that have generated the most trust among entrepreneurs as well as the lessons you can take from them.
Do yourself a favor and avoid these costly pitfalls.
The aid community is taking the efficiency and standardization of the franchise model any applying it toward philanthropic endeavors.
Aereo, which snatches over-the-air TV signals and streams them on the internet for a few dollars a month, is determined to prevail over the TV networks trying to bring it down.
By throwing out the approved checklist, Jobs got customers to meaningfully connect with the Apple brand.
Brand identity in its purest form.
Entrepreneur Magazine: March 2014
You may not know their names yet, but you will.
From encouraging dissenting voices to showing compassion, here are tips for leading with purpose and poise.
Breaking down the value of good leadership into dollars and sense.
Overlords of their own fiefdoms and overseers of inflated budgets and staffs, these type of managers can kill your company. Here's what every leader needs to know to take down the takeover artists.
There's evidence that power actually changes the way the brain sees others, decreasing recognition of others' concerns.
Are champions born or are they made?
Entrepreneur Magazine: February 2014
These six innovators are applying their technological chops to revolutionize areas such as fashion design and pharmaceuticals.
With business continuing its shift from the desktop to smartphones and tablets, more than half of all companies now have sensitive information stored on mobile devices.
The road to excellence begins with defining and embracing a positive, effective company culture.
The exchange of goods and services rather than money is alive and thriving in today's startup economy. Here's how to get in on the action.
Urban locations present unique challenges: higher taxes, complicated real estate, lifestyle differences. But it's true what they say about big-city success: If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.
Entrepreneur Magazine: January 2014
These seven innovators are having a major influence on technology, healthcare and the government. We've got our eye on these powerful women. You should, too.
Entrepreneurs are a diverse bunch. The best ones, however, share a collection of characteristics -- from tenacity to the ability to tolerate risk -- that are crucial to any successful venture.
While multitasking may be necessary in the early days of a startup, it's important to recognize when it's time to hand off nonessential tasks.
From thousands of entries we selected 15 finalists. then readers voted on their favorites. We hope you're as inspired by them as we are!
The sector created an estimated 11,000 new establishments and 150,000-plus jobs in 2013, outpacing the overall U.S. economy in business formation and job growth.
The companies in our Franchise 500 are showing dramatic gains. Here are the sectors that are leading the charge.
Entrepreneur Magazine: December 2013
Cookbooks' resurgence in popularity reflects a broadening of our food culture, spurred by the rise of food TV.
The Sunset Marquis isn't just a place where entertainment icons stay and play--it's a Hollywood legend in its own right. Here's your all-access pass.
Great people, no matter their field, have similar habits. Learn them and then use them in your own quest to greatness.
If you want to be successful start by learning from those who already are.
Keeping a tight rein on expansion may actually be good for your company.
We track the major trends in franchising
Entrepreneur Magazine: November 2013
We're all in this together: Take a look at our exclusive list of 100 companies that are crowdfunding success stories.
An inside look at how these entrepreneurs got the crowd to fund their businesses to the tune of some big bucks.
Homeboy Industries' mission is to create jobs for former L.A. gang members. Now with a forward-thinking CEO and high-profile licensing and distribution deals, Homeboy is taking good works to an even greater business level.
The non-profit which employs former gang members is now selling a selection of food products at Ralphs and Food 4 Less chains.
Rude, crude, sexist and often mean-spirited, David Portnoy's Barstool Sports has become a go-to for young men. But can Portnoy continue to cash in on controversy?
Few startup ideas are perfect; that's why it's important to recognize when you need a course correction in your idea, pitch, product or execution.