Starting a Business

Your Business Plan

Growing Green Revenues

How alligning value with values can win sales in the office supply industry
Your Business Plan

Business Planning for the Rest of Us

Having a plan is about managing your company, not explaining it.
Lines of Communication
Financing

Lines of Communication

Should you let your employees talk directly to your VCs?
Business Ideas

What Dead Zone?

Costume megastores can whip up scary-good profits in two months.
New Ideas

When It Feels Wrong To Be Right

Remember these rules when you're tempted to 'trust your gut.'
Business Ideas

Solo, But Not Alone

A new generation of entrepreneurs is congregating in 'co-working' spaces across the country.
Business Ideas

Taking the Right Road

A former traveling salesman finds his true calling: offering reliable home care to ailing seniors.
Business Ideas

Business Unusual: Work That Skirt!

Steven Villegas fancied a man-skirt. Turns out he wasn't the only one.
Success Stories

A Very Good Year for Beer

Sales of craft beers have risen--even in a tough economy
Top of the Food Chain
Success Stories

Top of the Food Chain

Reality TV king Mark Burnett speaks about Shark Tank.
Financing

Who's Getting VC Now?

A startup that helps businesses track consumers' phone purchases gets funding even sooner than its founders expected.
Building a Website

The Cookbook Remixed

Tastebook.com gives cooking junkies a better method for recipe madness.
Business Ideas

On the Itinerary: Your Future

Study abroad, and find the business opportunity of a lifetime.
Your Business Plan

What Have You Done for Me Lately?

Companies are under pressure to get the results of their marketing money. Here's how to prove you're delivering.
Your Startup May Be Worth Less Than You Think
Startup Financing

Your Startup May Be Worth Less Than You Think

The recession has resulted in a drop in the valuation of startups.
Growth Strategies

In a Rut? Why Not Expand?

While others take shelter from the economic storm, these entrepreneurs are out splashing in the puddles.
Business Ideas

Don't Cut Out the Middleman--Become One

These entrepreneurs have made it their business to bridge the gap between you and the customer.
Going Green

The Greening of Lunch

Kids Konserve hopes its eco-conscious lunch products for kids will raise awareness for parents.
Startup Basics

Get Organized Now!

Use these tips to get--and keep--your documents in order.
Apps & Software

Harness the Power of 'Freemium'

Learn when--and how--to start charging for your web service without starting a riot.
Success Stories

Chegg: Rebelling Against the Textbook Racket

Jim Safka listened to his customers and they led him to business success.
Startup Basics

10 Tips for the First-Time Business Owner

Advice from a young entrepreneur in the trenches
Success Stories

Help! My Business Sucks!

Andrew Lock's video blog has the tools and the wit to 'edu-tain' you.
Branding

Be Efficient With Your Social Networking

Budget your time wisely--or risk being ruled by the internet.
Starting a Business

Xtreme Entrepreneurs

They may respond to business e-mails on their BlackBerrys in between motocross runs, but that doesn't mean these entrepreneurs aren't just as committed to their businesses as they are to the extreme sports they participate in.
Inventing

The Future Is...Later

A backlog of applications at the U.S. Patent Office has innovation in a stranglehold.
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