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Smart people make smart decisions and that's the most important factor in how things turn out for you.
A fertile frontier for invention is upgrading familiar products to make them more responsive and useful.
Behavior science expert and Entrepreneur.com contributor James Clear on the most important philosophy for improving your life and business.
Jaime and Mark Van Wye, owners of dog-training franchise Zoom Room, say they're running a more efficient business thanks to tablet technology. Here are their iPad tips.
After investors backed out, pastry chef Jessie Isaacs turned to her customers to raise money to open her storefront. In this video, she provides tips on how to crowdfund.
Kenny Lao of Rickshaw Dumpling uses Twitter and Facebook to update his restaurant's fans on a "moment-to-moment" basis. Here are his tips on managing a social-media schedule.
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Warby Parker donates a pair of eyeglasses for every one it sells, a "one-for-one" model that's helped the ecommerce business blow through sales targets.
The co-founders of Rent the Runway outline five strategies they've used to build a high-tech fashion company.
Divya Gugnani, co-founder of fashion site Send the Trend, tells how she built a social business with about 200,000 Facebook fans in less than a year.
Two architects in Providence, R.I., contained their plans and found new reasons to recommit themselves to their city along the way.
When creating videos for marketing purposes, keep this advice in mind.
PCs with touch-based interfaces have a small business upside: They can morph into everything from interactive retail kiosks to data-entry terminals.
When banks aren't lending, entrepreneurs are increasingly turning to online pawn shops like this one.
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