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Why Uncovering a Network Security Breach Can Take Weeks or Months

The discreet methods of hackers make an incursion extremely hard to detect. Both large and small companies are at risk.

25 Reasons I Will Not Invest in Your Startup

What's the point in losing money on purpose? Here are some telltale clues that your business is not a sound proposition.

Habits Successful People Skip and Finding the Ideal Client: The Weekly Tips Roundup

Start your week with these top tricks and tips from Entrepreneur's online contributors.

5 Ways I Used a Reverse Book Club to Write a Bestseller

An entrepreneur explains how she assembled a group of friends to meet every two weeks and help her write her volume.

Paying for That Employee's Class? Ask for a Mini Proposal First.

Staff training is key to keeping a workforce in the flow. Design a program to elicit productive coursework.

In Business, the Cameras Are Always Rolling

Leaders need to take a stand for what’s right when bad behavior occurs.

Why Business Leaders Must Set a Personal Mission

Assess what you're trying to accomplish in life beyond making money at your company. Otherwise you might be headed for trouble when life catches up with you.

Are You a Coyote or a Roadrunner?

This is an era when time, place, secrecy, size and order are no longer relevant, when customers expect personalized outcomes delivered by passionate, agile and responsive employees.

Go Fund Yourself

Don’t waste time chasing investors. A myriad of options exist for ambitious entrepreneurs seeking to expand their startup and in need of financing.

6 Ways to Whip Your Business Into Shape Before the Holidays (Infographic)

Before the deluge of activity, strategize about carriers and packaging. Then help your customers prepare for the rush season, too.

How to Increase Your Impact While Reducing Your Effort

Do a skills inventory. Ask others for feedback. Why wait to realize your hidden potential when you can uncover your hidden talents now?

5 Tips to Rehab Your Pitch

Marketers have more tools at their disposal than years ago. Re-evaluating what the company already has and giving it a quick spit shine might at times be all that’s needed for the PR approach.

How a Warm Body Sometimes Can Be Worse Than Nobody at All

A business owner knows that an employee isn't successful at a job but isn't doing anything about it. What's the right way to proceed?

5 Keys in Negotiating an Office Lease

It's a tricky business to find the right commercial space and set up optimal terms of agreement. Here's how to skillfully navigate.

7 Ways to Say I Love You

Simple expressions of thanks can go a long way toward instilling loyalty with staffers and customers.

A Favorite Employee Tests Positive for Drugs. Now What?

Substance abuse can strike even those close to the management team. Set up and maintain policies, provide counseling and determine the best course of action.

How to Effectively Communicate With Different Brain Types

Knowing the way your audience processes information can greatly help you structure your most important points.

How to Fire Back at an Angry Customer on Social Media

The way you respond to customers can improve the reputation of your business, or tear it down in an instant.

How to Respond to a Negative News Story About Your Company

Freezing out a reporter should be your last resort. Try one of these less extreme responses instead.

Should I Hire a Contractor or an Employee?

Decide the best route to scale a professional-services consulting firm for growth and flexibility.

Ramping Up the Curb Appeal as You Plan to Sell Your Business

Do a thorough inventory of such things as the company's brand assets and messaging to assure the highest value upon a transition in ownership.

Pointers for a Publisher Planning to Launch an Online Magazine

Poised to enter the business? Here's what you need to know before you make the leap.

3 Entrepreneurial Lessons to Learn From Kanye West

The innovators in music world are teaching young Americans some basics about breaking out on their own.

What to Do When Your Employees Aren't Living Up to Expectations

When a staffer isn’t meeting expectations, follow up with these concerted steps. In the process you might find ways to improve your leadership style.

The 8 Must-Follow Rules for Rebranding Your Company (Infographic)

Rebranding is risky business. Before you take the leap, seriously think over these major do’s and don'ts, backed by real examples of rebranding successes and nightmares.
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