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Seven Business Turnaround Tips from 'Bar Rescue'
Business Management

Seven Business Turnaround Tips from 'Bar Rescue'

A recent episode of the new Spike-TV series offers a road map for saving a sinking business.
The Innovators: The Orchard's Richard Gottehrer
Innovation

The Innovators: The Orchard's Richard Gottehrer

The co-founder of a successful music distributor for independent artists talks about staying nimble in a fast-changing industry.
The Top 50 Entrepreneurship Programs
Business Management

The Top 50 Entrepreneurship Programs

The Princeton Review surveys more than 2,000 schools each year to rank the 50 best entrepreneurship programs. Here's our 2011 list, plus a look behind the numbers.
The Innovators: Shopkick's Cyriac Roeding
Innovation

The Innovators: Shopkick's Cyriac Roeding

The co-founder of a breakthrough app for retail rewards talks about what it takes to build an innovative company.
Five to Follow on Twitter for Upcycling
Going Green

Five to Follow on Twitter for Upcycling

LooptWorks founder Scott Hamlin reveals his list of top tweeters for upcycling.
D.C. Debt Debacle: What Not to Do in High-Stakes Negotiations
Legal Center

D.C. Debt Debacle: What Not to Do in High-Stakes Negotiations

How to negotiate past an impasse when the stakes are high.
Klout's CEO: Why Social Media Matters for Entrepreneurs
Leadership

Klout's CEO: Why Social Media Matters for Entrepreneurs

'You build your leadership online as well as in your office,' says entrepreneur Joe Fernandez.
Senate Grills SBA Over Federal Contracts
Exploring New Markets

Senate Grills SBA Over Federal Contracts

Investigation finds small-business contracts might actually be going to larger companies.
The Six Biggest Downsizing Mistakes
Managing Employees

The Six Biggest Downsizing Mistakes

Whether you are trimming your operation to streamline your successful business or save your recession-affected enterprise, consider these tips.
Five Retirement Plan Options for Your Business
Compensation and Benefits

Five Retirement Plan Options for Your Business

From IRAs to profit-sharing plans, learn which option is best to consider for your company's future.
How to Enter a Room and Network Like a Pro
Leadership

How to Enter a Room and Network Like a Pro

Consider these tips to make a lasting impression on new connections, before a meeting even starts.
Why You Should Think Twice Before Posting Anonymous Comments Online
Leadership

Why You Should Think Twice Before Posting Anonymous Comments Online

Four reminders that entrepreneurs have a responsibility to own their words in the digital age.
Co-creation: How to Harness It For Your Business
Grow Your Business

Co-creation: How to Harness It For Your Business

Co-creation is turning consumerism into teamwork, enabling buyers to be part of a company's innovation.
Ways Inventors Can Get Stuff Made
Grow Your Business

Ways Inventors Can Get Stuff Made

Maybe you don't want to give up the rights to your brilliant idea. We understand. Here are some options for inventors.
Legal Center

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Rights

Created as a pressure release for patent office overload, the controversial America Invents Act may give big business the edge in securing patents. Here's a guide to protecting your intellectual property rights in the post-act age.
A Business Traveler Vents His Rental Car Road Rage
Business Travel

A Business Traveler Vents His Rental Car Road Rage

While planning trips can be tedious, at least the reservation process is modernized. Unless, of course, you are renting a car.
Three Business Lessons from the NFL Lockout
Leadership

Three Business Lessons from the NFL Lockout

The author of Fixing the Game offers his top business lessons from football's labor dispute.
Is Disorganization Sapping Your Small Business's Health?
Managing Employees

Is Disorganization Sapping Your Small Business's Health?

Disorganization can sap small-business productivity. Here are eight tips to help you stop the chaos and get organized.
What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Borders' Demise
Grow Your Business

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Borders' Demise

Borders is moving to liquidate its 400 remaining stores. Here are four reasons why the giant bookseller went bust.
Should You Let Your Workers Sleep on the Job?
Managing Employees

Should You Let Your Workers Sleep on the Job?

Want helpful, happy and alert employees? Make napping -- within reason -- a policy at your workplace. Here's how.
A Competition Roundup for Entrepreneurs
Grow Your Business

A Competition Roundup for Entrepreneurs

Looking to score some loot for your business? Check out these four contests for entrepreneurs and small-business owners.
Seven Ways to Boost Employee Morale
Managing Employees

Seven Ways to Boost Employee Morale

The mood in your workplace can have an impact on productivity. Here's how to keep it positive.
When's the Right Time to Sell a Business?
Selling Your Biz

When's the Right Time to Sell a Business?

Serial entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal, founder of ClickAgents, BlueLithium and RadiumOne, shares how he knew it was time to sell his first startup.
Don't Use Facebook to Gripe about Work
Business Management

Don't Use Facebook to Gripe about Work

A recent employee firing, whether right or wrong, sheds light on why you need a social media use policy at your workplace.
From Mess to Success: Spike TV Readies Bar Rescue Reality Show
Leadership

From Mess to Success: Spike TV Readies Bar Rescue Reality Show

Bar consultant Jon Taffer offers his top three management tips for business owners in all industries.
Under-30 Treps in the Washington Spotlight
Grow Your Business

Under-30 Treps in the Washington Spotlight

The question of how to help small-businesses boost sales is so divisive that many are now looking to the young for answers.
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