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A Chat With Sir Richard Branson
Leadership

A Chat With Sir Richard Branson

Entrepreneur.com columnist Shira Lazar talked to Sir Richard Branson just after Virgin Atlantic's inaugural flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia.
Should American Entrepreneurs Favor Tariffs? (Opinion)
Exploring New Markets

Should American Entrepreneurs Favor Tariffs? (Opinion)

Tarrifs raise the price of imported goods, which can hurt not only the sales of exporters but also can the local businesses in the importing country.
Seven Business Books to Inspire You on Spring Break
New Ideas

Seven Business Books to Inspire You on Spring Break

From leadership and innovation to startup tips, these seven business books have useful information for entrepreneurs at every stage.
How Guppy 'Treps Fared After a Swim in the 'Shark Tank'
Angel Investors

How Guppy 'Treps Fared After a Swim in the 'Shark Tank'

Here's a look at what happened to three companies once their young founders got investors to take the bait.
Singing the Joys of the Detroit Airport
Business Travel

Singing the Joys of the Detroit Airport

Our man on the go returns to one of his favorite airports--and finds much to recommend (including the futomaki).
Getting More Profit for Your Business
Growth Strategies

Getting More Profit for Your Business

Profit should be at the top of any business owner's mind. Here are three tips for making sure yours keeps growing.
Four Ways LinkedIn Can Help Your Business Grow
Social Media

Four Ways LinkedIn Can Help Your Business Grow

Here's how to use the professional social network to find marketing prospects and more.
Small-Exporter Support Facing Uncertainty
International Growth

Small-Exporter Support Facing Uncertainty

The charter for the Export-Import Bank is set to expire at the end of May without Congressional action.
Do You Know the Best Way to Grow Your Business?
Grow Your Business

Do You Know the Best Way to Grow Your Business?

Once your business launches, it's time to grow. But it's important to grow smart. Here's a look at why the Shark Tank investors passed on one great company after taking a look at its growth plan.
Business Groups Divided as Top Court Considers Health-Care Reform
Business Management

Business Groups Divided as Top Court Considers Health-Care Reform

As the Supreme Court finishes up hearing challenges to the Affordable Care Act, business owners continue to be split on what outcome they'd like to see.
Fracking Boom Divides Small Businesses
Management & Operations

Fracking Boom Divides Small Businesses

While some small companies benefit from the growth of fracking, a controversial oil- and gas-extraction process, critics fear it could do more harm than good.
Can You Evolve From Control Freak to Emotionally Intelligent Leader?
Leadership

Can You Evolve From Control Freak to Emotionally Intelligent Leader?

As your company grows, you can transition from startup entrepreneur to coach and mentor. Hint: It starts with trust.
What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know About Public Speaking
Leadership

What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know About Public Speaking

How can you go from 'public speaking isn't my thing' to full-fledged confidence? The Esquire guy helps you step up to the podium.
An Unconventional Guide to Public Speaking
Leadership

An Unconventional Guide to Public Speaking

Entrepreneur's Esquire Guy columnist Ross McCammon offers his unique take on the art and craft of public speaking. Hint: No hula-hoops.
How to Take Your Business to the Next Level
Growth Strategies

How to Take Your Business to the Next Level

Many business owners dream about getting their products into a big-box retailer. One way to do it is to raise brand awareness so that their buyers know about you and your business, says Jen Groover.
Without the Health Law, Reforms Could Stick
Insurance

Without the Health Law, Reforms Could Stick

Even if you expect the Supreme Court to repeal the health-care law next week, many of the reforms already in effect won't likely go away, say insurance experts.
Four Small-Business Lessons from 'The Hunger Games'
Business Management

Four Small-Business Lessons from 'The Hunger Games'

The fictional heroine Katniss Everdeen provides some survival tips for entrepreneurs.
Why We Should Invest More in Existing Businesses (Opinion)
Growing Your Business

Why We Should Invest More in Existing Businesses (Opinion)

Small businesses employ a lot of people, so policy makers invest in resources that help start new companies. But more resources should be allocated to helping existing business stay afloat.
Six Keys to Boost Your Business in 2012
Grow Your Business

Six Keys to Boost Your Business in 2012

Is your business on track to grow this year? Consider the habits of high-growth, small-business owners and identifies key steps to growing revenue this year.
BlogFrog and the Power of Moms
Innovation

BlogFrog and the Power of Moms

BlogFrog is capitalizing on the massive influence of mom bloggers with its brand-sponsored conversations and communities. The network's agency clients and star writers are also reaping rewards. But as the line between editorial and advertising blurs, is authenticity getting left behind?
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez on TV, Social Media and Entrepreneurship
Innovation

Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez on TV, Social Media and Entrepreneurship

When it comes to creating something totally new, cutting-edge film director Robert Rodriguez offers this advice.
Should You Be the Leader of Your Small Business?
Leadership

Should You Be the Leader of Your Small Business?

Some entrepreneurs are born to start businesses, but not all of them can inspire greatness in the ranks. Here's how to tell if you're really cut out for leadership.
What Small Businesses Can Learn from Goliath
New Ideas

What Small Businesses Can Learn from Goliath

Small companies are often deemed more innovative than their larger counterparts. Here's a look at how three giants are trying to topple that idea and what you can learn from their efforts.
Does Your Small Business Need to Pivot?
Exploring New Markets

Does Your Small Business Need to Pivot?

Young entrepreneur Peter Crabtree became an upscale chocolatier in 2005. When that didn't take off, he changed the business to an entirely new concept.
How to Build a Brilliant Team
Hiring Center

How to Build a Brilliant Team

A Dale Carnegie top executive reveals who you need and where to find them.
10 Must-Haves for Road Warriors
Business Travel

10 Must-Haves for Road Warriors

Whether your office is the local coffee shop or your pickup truck, here are some tools to consider taking along for the ride
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