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GoDaddy Slows Its IPO Roll
IPO

GoDaddy Slows Its IPO Roll

Internet hosting company GoDaddy still plans to go public. Just not this year.
This Startup Will Give You a Loan -- But There's a Twist
Fundraising

This Startup Will Give You a Loan -- But There's a Twist

Able, the brainchild of two Harvard MBAs, requires borrowers to raise the first quarter of their loan amount from friends and family.
Michelle Goodman
Time for a Bank Loan? What Lenders Are Looking For in Small-Business Owners.
Entrepreneur Bank Search

Time for a Bank Loan? What Lenders Are Looking For in Small-Business Owners.

A lending expert offers tips on how small-business owners can become bankable.
Ami Kassar
One Thing You Must Never Forget About Investors
Investors

One Thing You Must Never Forget About Investors

Investors are like foxes looking for their next meal. And guess what? You, the entrepreneur, are the rabbit running for your life.
Kai Sato
Tracking This Metric Will Give You Vital Perspectives on Your Business
Finance

Tracking This Metric Will Give You Vital Perspectives on Your Business

With your revenue and costs of goods/services, you can adjust prices or fill holes.
Doug and Polly White
The Small-Business Guide to Getting the Cash You Need
Entrepreneur Bank Search

The Small-Business Guide to Getting the Cash You Need

Before exploring the types of financing available for small business, ask yourself these questions.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Pitching for Success: What to Do Before, During and After an Investor Meeting
Investors

Pitching for Success: What to Do Before, During and After an Investor Meeting

To secure an investment, you need to capture the investor's heart, not just his mind.
Ron Yekutiel
The 3 Decisions That Will Change Your Financial Life
Decision Making

The 3 Decisions That Will Change Your Financial Life

Tony Robbins shares insights from his just-published book, Money Master the Game, about how a trio of choices frame your outlook and influence your chances at success.
Tony Robbins
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How a Startup Made It During Its First Two Years Without Relying on Investors
Finance

How a Startup Made It During Its First Two Years Without Relying on Investors

With a focus on the product and a few 'lucky' breaks, a mobile app developer dives into fundraising for the '99 percent.'
Dan Novaes
Court Says Zynga Co-Founder to Face Lawsuit
Legal Issues

Court Says Zynga Co-Founder to Face Lawsuit

Allegations say the creator of FarmVille breached his duty of loyalty to shareholders.
What Portion of Revenue Should Go to Payroll?
Ask the Money Guy

What Portion of Revenue Should Go to Payroll?

If you're wondering about how much money to put aside for payroll, read this.
Activist Investor Urging Yahoo and AOL Merger Discloses Stakes in Both Companies
Mergers

Activist Investor Urging Yahoo and AOL Merger Discloses Stakes in Both Companies

It claims a merger could create up to $1 billion in 'synergies.'
Craftsy, a Startup Synthesis of YouTube and Etsy, Cinches $50 Million in New Funding
MOOC

Craftsy, a Startup Synthesis of YouTube and Etsy, Cinches $50 Million in New Funding

The Denver-based company, which vends hundreds of video tutorials in various crafting fields, now counts $106 million in venture capital.
Geoff Weiss
The 9 Biggest Financial Warning Signs
Accounting

The 9 Biggest Financial Warning Signs

A few danger signs to tell you financial trouble is nearby (or that's it has already started).
Brian Hamilton