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Dream big and surround yourself with positive people. But theres a window of time when the entrepreneur must throw these tenets out the window.
It's hard to prevent your business from ever making a mistake (or a consumer from thinking so) but here's what to do when your firm is called out online.
While a celebrity endorsement could generate some interest, leveraging bloggers has even more power.
You don't need data to prove that product demonstrating works. All you need is an audience and BBQ ribs.
The pros and cons of operating under stealth mode before launching a company.
Answers to these questions can help you determine your product's core value to customers.
Need backup? The smartphone is your new personal assistant.
Find out how one social media whiz launched his own guerrilla campaign that catapulted his book to the No. 2 spot on Amazon.com's business list.
The newest miniature desktop PCs are priced right, easy on your utility bill and really pack a wallop.
When a to-do list just won't cut it anymore, this Web-based tool helps you organize and visualize the tasks required to fulfill projects.
At about half-an-inch thick, they come with a portable external docking station loaded with added memory and processing capabilities.
With ample lighting and smart software, this desktop booth can produce professional-quality images of your products.
To corral the massive amounts on business information you get each day, Adobe helps you create customized forms.
The new notebook computer isn't for everybody, but our reviewer has become a fan after using it for several weeks.
Your cloud connection is more important than ever. This new 4G office router could be the backup you need.
This printer offers high quality at a low cost, but you may need help setting it up.
Logitech's new HD Pro Webcam C910 lets you see the good, the bad and the weird mole on your client's face.
Our tech columnist explores the pros and cons of this low-cost web conferencing tool, which rivals GoToMeeting.
Learn how a small nonprofit is seeking to save money and reduce paperwork by adopting tablet computers and smartphones.
Here's a look at three new gadgets that could raise your company's game.
A one-click data capture iPhone app.
Business users of Apple's new MacBook Air say it's the unit they've been waiting for. But it's price can be a deterrent.
Not all free email services are created equal where small companies are concerned.
A new software tool sheds the cookie-cutter approach to working on Web-based shared documents.
A California yogurt shop and other merchants are turning to a new mobile commerce method that sticks it to cash and credit.