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Forward Thinkers

The Animoto Revolution

How this band of hipsters is taking photo sharing into the 21st century
Management & Operations

Why I Finally Quit

One employee explains what drove him to resign.
Going Green

Where it's Greener

As sustainability becomes more important, these cities are setting the standard.
Management & Operations

Recession Cost-Cutting No-Nos

Resist the temptation to make these bad business decisions during the downturn.
Going Green

Sustainability Emerges as a Business Model

These two entrepreneurs have learned the cost savings and competitive advantages of going green. Learn how you can be a green entrepreneur in your industry.
Business Management

Are Holiday Parties in Season?

Before you let your inner Scrooge take over, listen to what these experts have to say about keeping costs down and spirits high.
Business Management

Test Your PC With 10 (Mostly) Free Sites and Tools

Is your PC healthy? Don't be too sure. Think back to when you heard a kerklunk sound coming from the hard drive. Or maybe you remember the last time your Internet connection was down (and I don't mean just a little depressed).
Management & Operations

Can Silicon Valley Avoid a Wall Street-Like Meltdown?

In the U.S. technology hub, it's become survival of the leanest.
Human Resources

Virtual Office Management Means Effective Communication

Try these helpful strategies and software to better manage employees from afar.
Forward Thinkers

Marketing That Takes Flight

Steve Astephen's turning cult heroes into household names--and his philosophy can work for you, too.
Going Green

The World Awaits Your Green Business

Learn which industries the West Coast Green Conference recommends are ready for your green idea.
International Growth

Get in on the Export Boom

Learn how to take the first step into foreign markets by developing an export compliance plan and determining which markets to enter.
Leadership

Winning Management Lessons From the NFL

You can more learn much more than you thought by watching a day of football.
Management & Operations

Know Your Return on Innovation

Endless ideas and prototypes don't mean anything if they're sitting on shelves. Get your innovations out there, and then get tracking.
Managing Employees

Combine Your Green and HR Efforts

Reducing your environmental impact one employee at a time.
Business Management How-To Guides

Lessons in Recruiting

How to get the best people on your team--and keep them there.
Legal Center

Avoid Legal Time Bombs

Learn whether your business is vulnerable to getting sued. Find the holes in your business, and stop lawsuits before they start.
Business Management

5 Steps to Customer Loyalty Surveys That Work

It's a great way to keep your business moving forward in any economy.
Business Management

Survive the Small-to-Big Transition

No man's land is territory many growing businesses encounter--too small to be big, too big to be small. What you do when you're there could determine whether your business will succeed or fail.
Legal Center

Can I Operate my Business as a Non-Profit?

Probably not, but it's important to understand exactly what one is.
Business Travel

A Concierge in the Palm of Your Hand

New mobile applications can help business travelers with everything from tippling to traffic.
Business Management

Not Just Any Partner

You like marketing; he likes accounting. You enjoy designing new products; she's a sales guru. Finding a business partner with complementary skills can be the best thing you do for your business--and yourself.
Grow Your Business

New Rules, New Headaches for Importers

New laws are affecting importing and exporting. They could impact your business.
Human Resources

Entrepreneurs Need Social Networking

Dan Schawbel, a leading expert in social networking and a Gen-Y branding expert, explains what business owners need to know about the trend.
Going Green

It Pays to Go Green in a Down Economy

Learn why even in this economy you can't afford not to implement green practices in your business.
Radicals & Visionaries

Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Google's co-founders may not have the name recognition of say, Bill Gates, but give them time: Google hasn't been around nearly as long as Microsoft.
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