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The Idol Life

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Their fame will outlive them, their money will probably outlast their fame, and what these entrepreneurial geniuses learned about running businesses will be passed from generation to generation-starting with you.
January 1, 2002 in Leadership

Disastrous Effects

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How does a business survive when it's too close to a national crisis for comfort?
January 1, 2002 in Management & Operations

Green Eggs & Scam

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17 business scams--from telephone trickery to Web wrongdoing--to avoid at all costs
January 1, 2002 in Management & Operations

No Long-Term Parking

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Keep it moving! Your products belong on the shelves, not in a warehouse--and retailers won't have it any other way.
January 1, 2002 in Management & Operations

New Management

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It's your way or the highway, right? So how do you get that manager you just hired not to hit the next on-ramp?
January 1, 2002 in Managing Employees

Taking Calls

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Are state and federal laws taking the telephone out of your sales arsenal?
January 1, 2002 in Legal Center

Elective Surgery

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Cutting health costs doesn't mean cutting benefits.
January 1, 2002 in Insurance

Assessing Your Team's Inner Dwarves

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From Happy to Grumpy, each member of your team has a different personality. With the Snow White Test, you can uncover those Dwarf types and help everyone get along.
January 1, 2002 in Managing Employees

Hiring Telecommuters

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Before you set up employees in their own home offices, make sure you can handle the costs.
January 1, 2002 in Hiring Center

Classifying Workers Correctly

Make sure you're legal by understanding the difference between independent contractors and employees.
December 24, 2001 in Employment Law

Opening a Branch Location

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Being two places at once is probably not going to happen. Here's how to open a second location without sacrificing all your time and money.
December 17, 2001 in Growing Your Business

Outsource Your Payroll

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Free up your time by letting an expert handle payroll.
December 17, 2001 in Human Resources

Seeking Counsel for Your Family Business

Sometimes, family members just aren't the best people to make tough decisions about a family business. A trusted advisor can make those decisions for you.
December 10, 2001 in Family Business

Overcoming "Security Screener Syndrome"

When jobs are repetitive and boring, they will not be done well. Have you examined your employees' job descriptions lately?
December 3, 2001 in Motivation and Retention

Retaining Employees After Layoffs

Your remaining staff is picking up the slack, but you can't afford to pay them more. So how do you keep them happy?
December 3, 2001 in Motivation and Retention

Positive ID

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Trouble tracking inventory? Tag it like a wild animal.
December 1, 2001 in Management & Operations

ISO a Go-Go

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More companies comply with ISO than ever before-not necessarily because they want to. What will pleasing your clients cost your business?
December 1, 2001 in Management & Operations

Steal a Look?

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Think you can learn about good Web design by stealing ideas from other people's sites? Copyright law would have to disagree.
December 1, 2001 in Legal Center

Bitten by an ASP?

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There's no worry if you've taken the right precautions.
December 1, 2001 in Insurance

Rehiring Laid-Off Employees

What are the legal implications?
November 26, 2001 in Employment Law

Managing Your Workers' Comp Costs

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Don't let this insurance necessity break your bank account.
November 26, 2001 in Insurance

Grow Faster in New Target Markets

Break out the map. It's time for you to go a-huntin' for new markets.
November 26, 2001 in Growing Your Business

Returning to a 40-Hour Work Week

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It is possible to be an entrepreneur and work just 40 hours per week. All it takes is the right kind of planning and some delegating.
November 19, 2001 in Leadership

When Good Partnerships Go Bad

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Don't think it can't happen to you. Prepare for the worst before you partner up, and you'll thank yourself later.
November 12, 2001 in Legal Center

Equipment Leasing

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Get the facts on leasing before you sign on the dotted line.
November 5, 2001 in Management & Operations

Growing a Business to Sell

If you're planning to eventually sell your business, focus on the growth options that will be attractive to buyers.
November 5, 2001 in Selling Your Biz
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