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Are You Really Listening to Your Customers?

Core client service issues often fall through the cracks. Talking to those who purchase your products is a vital entrepreneurial opportunity.

How to Choose Between a Specialist and a Jack-of-All Trades

Deciding on the right type of consultant need not be a baffling choice. You just need to know the right variables to consider.

The Secret Weapon of Many Accomplished Leaders

Executive assistants, the human force behind many entrepreneurs, step out to celebrate their role.

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of the Cloud

Startups can ensure that their data is stored safely and avoid the risk of cyber theft while saving on the cost of installing their own infrastructure.

9 Questions to Ask When Assessing a Market

If you're struggling with, looking to expand or considering entering into an industry, study your opportunity for growth with these queries.

Shake Things Up and Keep Business Stagnation at Bay

Stave off a business slump. Steer clear of a rut by seeking new inspiration with these four approaches.

How Much -- and How Fast -- Should You Invest in Growth Opportunities?

Just because your business is past the startup stage, doesn't mean you should be carelessly spending cash.

Meeting the Right People Is Worth It, Even If You Have to Pay for Access

Networking isn’t a matter of luck and it isn’t just a matter of income. Use these five tips to improve your chances of making a great connection.

Apple Unveils New Perks to Attract Talent

The iPhone maker rolls out expanded benefits to retain and attract top-notch employees.

Shyp Co-Founder: 5 Lessons on Expanding to a New City

Going bicoastal after just six months of business is a big decision. Here are a few important things to keep in mind if making a similar move with your own company.

The Importance of New Blood to a Startup

Fresh staff can infuse an innovative spirit at your company -- even stir the pot. Here's how a hire can serve as a great motivational force.

Spoiler Alert -- This Season's Hottest TV Shows Hold Valuable Lessons for Entrepreneurs

These trends from the small screen might provide insights about how to be a better performer in the business world.

Fighting Trolls, Spammers and Troublemakers Online

Handle sharp criticism and protect your brand's reputation in these four ways.

Was Yahoo's Tumblr Acquisition a Flop?

The $1.1 billion acquisition has failed to deliver a desperately needed revenue boost, but that doesn’t mean CEO Marissa Mayer should halt all acquisitions.

Land on a TV Producer's Radar With These 5 Tips

Becoming a video presence online will greatly up your chances of a spot on a traditional media program.

4 Reasons Outsourcing Is No Longer a Dirty Word

Hiring freelancers and part-timers can be cost effective, efficient and less stressful that taking on full-time staff.

Why Face-to-Face Communication Won't Disappear (Infographic)

Eighty percent of millennials and 78 percent of Gen Xers say they prefer in-person communication with colleagues as opposed to virtual conferencing.

Israel Has Emerged as an R&D Alternative to Silicon Valley

The nation's tech prowess and entrepreneurial vigor has attracted many of the worlds largest corporations but startups are welcome, too.

In Silicon Valley, High Salaries and Free Food Aren't Enough Any More

Tech giants and startups take the benefits 'arms race' to health care.

Persistence and Planning Is Needed to Reach That 5-Year Milestone

With dismal business failure rates, follow these five ways to help your company celebrate half a decade of operation.

How to Charge Ahead While in a Holding Pattern

While waiting for something to get complete can feel like an eternity, it is important to make the most of that time.

Infighting Jeopardizing Your Family Business? Financial Advisors Can Help.

Douglas Box wishes he'd done some things differently. His three brothers probably do, too.

The 5 False Expectations That Could Destroy Big-Brand Partnerships

On the surface, startups and big-name brands are businesses with a similar overarching goal: to make money. But crack the exterior, and you’ll find that’s about all they have in common.

Build a Culture of Ownership at Your Company

Every startup has two types of employees. Here's the type your business needs.

5 Ways Telecommuting and Flex Time Help You Recruit the Best Workers

Myriad technologies for working away from the office has deepened your talent pool to include the entire world.
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