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How Much Should Business Owners Get Paid?
Compensation and Benefits

How Much Should Business Owners Get Paid?

Last year, big-company CEOs were paid an average of 343 times what their workers made. How does that number make you feel?
Profanity, Obama and Guy Kawasaki
Leadership

Profanity, Obama and Guy Kawasaki

For most people, cursing in public is a no-no. But for entrepreneurs, doing so sparingly can breed positive feelings and trust.
Zynga IPO: Three Things to Keep in Mind When Scaling a Business Quickly
Growth Strategies

Zynga IPO: Three Things to Keep in Mind When Scaling a Business Quickly

The online gaming company's filing can offer an opportunity for other owners to consider how best to grow a new business.
How One Family Business Stays Independent
Family Business

How One Family Business Stays Independent

For six generations, the Gruccis have built a multimillion dollar fireworks business while keeping ownership in the family.
What Small-Business Owners Can Learn from the Dodgers' Financial Woes
Management & Operations

What Small-Business Owners Can Learn from the Dodgers' Financial Woes

A bankruptcy attorney offers his top three lessons from the ball club's Chapter 11 filing.
Five Tips for Saving Money on Shipping
Shipping Center

Five Tips for Saving Money on Shipping

To avoid costly blunders, business owners should consider these guidelines when mailing their products to customers.
Five Tips to Transform Your Business
Leadership

Five Tips to Transform Your Business

A look at the best turnaround tactics from small companies around the U.S.
Climbing on the Social Media IPO Bandwagon
Grow Your Business

Climbing on the Social Media IPO Bandwagon

The latest tech companies to go public have seen their share prices sink. Here's what the trend means for future tech IPOs.
Seth Godin on Taking Risks and Entrepreneurship
Leadership

Seth Godin on Taking Risks and Entrepreneurship

Business iconoclast Seth Godin talks about trying out new ideas with Bryan Elliott for 'Behind the Brand.'
Leadership

Six Tips for Breaking Bad News

Everyone has to deliver unwelcome information at some point. Here's one expert's take on a better way to do it.
Lessons Learned from Failed Mergers
Growth Strategies

Lessons Learned from Failed Mergers

Buying or selling a company? Learn how to avoid the most common mistakes in these business transactions.
A DIY Solopreneur Longs for the Days of the Corporate Travel Department
Business Travel

A DIY Solopreneur Longs for the Days of the Corporate Travel Department

. . . Or does he? The web makes being an informed consumer overseas easier than ever. Plus, eight handy travel apps.
Business and a Beer: An Entrepreneur Roundtable
Leadership

Business and a Beer: An Entrepreneur Roundtable

Food, brew and wisdom: We assembled a diverse group of entrepreneurs to talk about recipes for success.
Study: Small-Business Health-Care Costs to Plunge
Compensation and Benefits

Study: Small-Business Health-Care Costs to Plunge

Many small-business owners think the health-care law will boost their costs over the next two years, but a new study suggests otherwise.
The Best Bar to. . . Get Green Inspiration: Brooklyn Bowl
Going Green

The Best Bar to. . . Get Green Inspiration: Brooklyn Bowl

This LEED-certified converted warehouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., just might inspire your own eco-business idea.
Insights: Foursquare's Dennis Crowley on Hiring Talent
Hiring Center

Insights: Foursquare's Dennis Crowley on Hiring Talent

The co-founder of the popular location-based marketing app shares his views on how startups can recruit top job candidates.
Why a Strong Team Is an Entrepreneur's Greatest Asset
Business Management

Why a Strong Team Is an Entrepreneur's Greatest Asset

At our Entrepreneur Magazine Roundtable, business founders shared their views on the importance of building a good team.
How Investors View Innovation
Innovation

How Investors View Innovation

When it comes to impressing investors, profits trump innovation. Highlights from our Entrepreneur Magazine Roundtable.
This Robot Will Do Your Business Traveling for You
Leadership

This Robot Will Do Your Business Traveling for You

Fed up with traveling for business? Anybot's 'personal avatar' can help.
Leadership

How to Turn Bar Trivia into a Team-Building Exercise

The leader's guide to winning bar happy-hour trivia contests.
John Jantsch on How to Foster Relationships That Translate into New Business
Growth Strategies

John Jantsch on How to Foster Relationships That Translate into New Business

Jantsch on building a strategic partner network to add value to customers.
Pitney Bowes Goes Online With Postage
Shipping Center

Pitney Bowes Goes Online With Postage

A new Web-based mailing and shipping app offers powerful low-cost features, but other options are free.
When a Win for Wal-Mart Is a Win for Small Business
Legal Center

When a Win for Wal-Mart Is a Win for Small Business

The U.S. Supreme Court prevented a class action discrimination lawsuit against Wal-Mart from going forward. But that decision could also embolden small businesses.
Would You Give All Your Employees A Raise?
Compensation and Benefits

Would You Give All Your Employees A Raise?

Raises have been few and far between in the past few years, but here's why Google gave all its workers a 10 percent raise this year.
Insights: On Moving Past a Fear of Failure
Leadership

Insights: On Moving Past a Fear of Failure

Business guru Guy Kawasaki talks about conquering common business anxieties.
Shift Your Mindset, Save Your Business
Leadership

Shift Your Mindset, Save Your Business

Five steps to see your company in a new way -- and make a comeback.
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