News and Articles About Marriage
Your better half can be your best possible business partner.
Going into your business for yourself is stressful not just for you, but to the person closest to you. Here are four tips to make it work.
Honesty is obviously important in a relationship, and that extends to what goes on at the office. And hey, it make actually help your business grow.
The key to a lasting union isn't love, passion or sex. Not to the shrewd 'Mr. Wonderful.'
The Supreme Court ruling means that every company that employs workers has to revisit some policies and benefits.
Know what to look for in your spouse's behavior once you're sure you two are headed for splitsville.
Splitting with your ex is traumatic enough. Don't let the money side stress you, as well.
Businesses come and go, but your spouse should stay with you forever. Get your priorities straight.
Spending your life with someone who is as just as passionate, or more so, about their business can be a challenge.
It only seems right that Burger King foot the bill for the wedding of Joel Burger and Ashley King after their engagement announcement went viral.
The levels of trust and financial entanglement with business partners and spouses are close. What you do to make them work are similiar, too.
Running your own business can be especially demanding on your spouse and children. Strive for a better balance with this advice from Pat Flynn.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, here's a stimulating spoonful of inspirational talks about that thing that makes the world go 'round.
Working things out between spouses is always an art. Marriage to an entrepreneur means there is the business to consider, too.