Carol Roth

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Entrepreneur, TV host and small business expert

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Small Businesses That Encourage Tipping Are Killing Their Brand

The tip cup by the register tells customers you would rather your team panhandle than pay them decently.

How to Keep Yourself Safe From Fake LinkedIn Profiles

Pay attention to spelling, grammar, work history and photos.

What New York City's New Freelancer Law Means for All Small Businesses

Will New York's freelancer rights bill spread to other cities? Stay tuned.

Here Is What Small Business Needs From the Trump Administration

The nation's 28 million small businesses and tens of millions of self-employed freelancers need a voice the President will listen to.

4 Tricks for Negotiating Like a Poker Pro

Never let your face give away what cards you're holding.

5 Truths About Gen-Z Businesses That Want a Future Need to Know

The members of the generation just now graduating high school bring a new mindset that will reshape how business thinks about marketing and hiring.

6 Steps Resilient Entrepreneurs Take to Rebound From Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is not ultimate failure, it is the clean slate you need to move forward.

4 Top Mistakes Your Brand May Be Making When It Markets to Small Businesses

Remember what day-to-day concerns your target small company customer has, and fit your product to that concern.

5 Must-Do Business Practices for Freelancers

Being your own boss can be a beautiful thing if you follow some key guidelines.

Entrepreneurs Are the Key to Success for Traditional Retailers

Macy's, Wal-Mart and Target should all consider structuring its websites like Amazon.

The Internet Is Bad Brain Food and Other Vacation Learnings

It's critical to recharge your battery, to do your best for yourself and your business, so unplugging for a period of time is necessary.

The Big Deal About Big Data for Small Business

Follow these strategies to harness the power of big data for your business.

10 Rules for Success as a Woman

Quit apologizing when you didn't do anything wrong and when you share the credit, keep the portion that is rightfully yours.