Starting a Business
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Your Business Plan
Before you write or update your business plan, consult these tips.
Many entrepreneurs choose to start out on their own. But another choice is to obtain a degree in entrepreneurship--and take advantage of the vast array of biz resources universities offer.
Legal Basics For Startups
Don't let red tape boggle your mind. Here's how to handle some common legal dilemmas.
Make your business succeed in a location where others have failed.
If you really know how to work your connections, a successful startup is less than 6 degrees away.
Home Based Business
Keep your home business running smoothly with these three tips for entertaining holiday guests.
Creating a family-friendly fitness class won an entrepreneur the mothers' seal of approval.
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Distribution and Licensing
An infomercial for this inventor's snappy new food containers helped her seal the deal with a large retailer.
Your Business Plan
When it comes to creating a business plan that attracts investors, these tips will help you get it right the first time.
Home Based Legal Startup
This checklist of legal steps and resources is a must-have for any new homebased business owner.
If you're thinking about purchasing a business for sale, this legal expert tells you what you need to be wary of to protect your investment.
Increase your sales with these 7 principles every successful business should follow.
Raise the money you need by proving to investors that you've done your homework and are willing to sacrifice.
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Having an invention is worthless if you don't have the funds to produce it. Get your startup rolling with these money-raising ideas.
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Monster.com's founder moves on to his next big startup.
This independent artist turns away investors and calls profits a "side effect"--he just wants to move your music.
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