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It's just as important in business as it was in elementary school.
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It's your hard-earned money. Be aware of what you're paying for.
An investment firm has made you an offer. Now learn what the numbers mean.
Not all big corporations are out to get you-some want to help.
Why bet the farm on an unknown VC when you can find a source with the funds and know-how you need to take your business to the big-money table?
If you're not careful, customers can take advantage of you big-time.
If you're looking for venture capital funding, you'll need more than just a new idea to get it.
Sold! Whether you're buying or selling stock, the IPO auction may be the best way for you to get a fair deal.
With new angel funds and networks popping up nationwide, that shouldn't be too hard to do.
Get creative with your search for start-up capital.
Accepting credit card orders through your Web site can be costly-unless you're prepared for foul play.
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