Business Management

Management & Operations

Trading Up

No cash? No problem. Here's how smart entrepreneurs use barter to help save money, create connections and grow their businesses.

Spring Cleaning

Take a day to dust off your old business ideas and see if they still shine.
Family Business

When Family Members Work Together

Follow these tips to manage employees who also happen to be kin.
Legal Center

The Name Game

You can shield your trade name from being ripped off by a larger company--if it's distinctive enough.
Business Travel

State Tourism Sites

Need information on your travel destination? Find it on these state tourism Web sites.

A Guide to State Chambers of Commerce

Find your local chamber of commerce with this comprehensive list.
Business Management

Getting in Your Deductions Before December 31

There's still time to make some moves that will help lower your 2004 tax bill.

Think Like an Entrepreneur

What one quality do all successful business owners share?
Legal Center

Turbo-Charge Your Contracts

Smart tips for boosting the performance of your legal documents
Management & Operations

Should Startups Place Bulk Orders?

Getting discounts often means you have to place a large order with a supplier. Is this a wise move for a new business?

Live Long and Prosper

New life insurance policies offer refunds.
Legal Center

Say What?

Decipher common contract legalese.
Legal Center

Good Libations?

Not if you give employees too much to drink at the company holiday party. Consider these sobering facts.
Management & Operations

Dealing With Suppliers

Establishing good relationships with suppliers puts your business on the road to success.
Business Strategies

Understanding the Law of "Necessary but Insufficient"

If your business isn't as successful as you'd like, it's time to take it apart piece by piece to see just where the problems are.

Health Insurance for Homebased Business Owners

On the hunt for health insurance? Our experts reveal several options for the self-employed.
Legal Center

Avoiding Contract Disputes

Notarizing signatures is one way to protect your business when contracts are involved.
Legal Center

Just Zip It

A confidentiality agreement can give you the upper hand.
Business Management

Successfully Screening Job Candidates

Follow these tips to ensure your interviews net you the best hire.
Business Management

Preparing for Business Continuity

An ounce of prevention is worth more to your business than a pound of disaster recovery cure.
Learning to Lead

Learning to Delegate

For entrepreneurs who hate to give up control, these five tips will help you relax and learn to let others help out.
Learning to Lead

Manage This!

There is a way to get things done, and get them done right, if you're willing to put in a little work.

Leadership From a Business Owner's Perspective

What three traits must you have in order to be a great leader?

Go for the Gold

Maybe you've planned it since day one, or maybe you've taken years to decide. Now that the time has come to sell your business, find out what you can do to make sure you can come out on top.

Best Practices

Entrepreneurship may not be a part of the curriculum at professional schools, but today, doctors, lawyers and other professionals are learning to think like entrepreneurs--and build better businesses in the process.
Growing Your Business

Tapping Into the Largest Market in the World

Selling to the government doesn't have to be a hassle for small firms anymore.
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