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For Adam Carolla, comedy is a business--and business is good.
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Protecting Your Idea
Instead of a utility patent, a provisional patent or a trademark could be a better first step.
These entrepreneurs grew their businesses by teaching others the tricks of their trade. You can, too.
DIY isn't good enough--here are 5 reasons why you should hire a professional.
Chris Laibe is taking on the nursing crisis with a new software that helps nurses work out their schedules and be part of a community.
Home Based Business
Motherhood and entrepreneurship complement each other in many ways.
Low-Cost Business Ideas
Check out this list of 10 great, low-cost businesses you can start in your spare time.
Peel the two away from each other--and avoid tax headaches--with these 4 tips.
Cash Flow & Money Management
Banks can list your company's debt alongside your personal debt--lowering your credit score and loan worthiness.
Even if your product doesn't exist yet, you still have to find ways to sell it.
Entrepreneurial musicians and programmers should benefit from these exciting new markets.
As the top of the wine market crashes, new entrepreneurs like James Stewart are bringing high-end grapes to the masses.
Schedulist is tackling a problem that's already out of control--with a little help from some friends.
Jeremy Parker infiltrated an institution and made crowdsourcing profitable
Founder stock is one of the trickier matters for new businesses. Here's how to get it right.
Scentsy shares its success to support small businesses
Loyalty programs can keep your best customers coming back for more.
Foodbuzz.com brings together food lovers who document their kitchen adventures online.
Success in game development and knowing when to quit landed PopCap $22.5 million.
Bank and Other Loans
Person-to-person lending can score the cash your business needs.
Cars, tables, massive sculptures--you name it, John Thomson will have it rotating in no time.
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