Gwen Moran

Gwen Moran

Gwen Moran is a freelance writer and co-author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Business Plans (Alpha, 2010).

Telltale Signs You Have a Workplace Bully
Growth Strategies

Telltale Signs You Have a Workplace Bully

How to spot and stop an office bully from chasing away talent -- and damaging your small business.
From Major Crisis to Comeback, What One Startup Learned
Leadership

From Major Crisis to Comeback, What One Startup Learned

How entrepreneur Annette Giacomazzi handled a triple threat to her business and her life, and still managed to come up out on top.
Four Rules for Innovative Leadership
Leadership

Four Rules for Innovative Leadership

Yesterday's leader can become tomorrow's laggard without innovation and reinvention. Here's how to always stay ahead of the competition.
Doing Good One T-Shirt at a Time
Ready To Launch

Doing Good One T-Shirt at a Time

Sevenly serves its causes through the sale of limited-edition T-shirts.
Big Investors Are Helping Trippy Go the Distance
Ready To Launch

Big Investors Are Helping Trippy Go the Distance

Backed by author Tim Ferriss, singer Jason Mraz and Randi Zuckerberg, Trippy lets you tap the wisdom of your social network for in-the-know recommendations.
How PowerVoice Is Cashing In on Paid Tweets
Ready To Launch

How PowerVoice Is Cashing In on Paid Tweets

PowerVoice enables social media personalities to promote brands for bucks.
Mom's Startup Success Story:  'Open Table' Reservation Service for Babysitters
Entrepreneurs

Mom's Startup Success Story: 'Open Table' Reservation Service for Babysitters

A social media answer for helping parents find reliable, trusted babysitters -- fast
How a Pile of Student Debt Inspired a Venture-Backed Startup
Ready To Launch

How a Pile of Student Debt Inspired a Venture-Backed Startup

ReadyForZero racked up $4.5 million in funding to help consumers pay their bills.
Would Your Website Pass a Usability Test?
Technology

Would Your Website Pass a Usability Test?

Affordable usability audits can weed out glaring trouble spots. A range of services are available to help for less than $200.
Yoga Program Offers Instant Karma
Ready To Launch

Yoga Program Offers Instant Karma

A community service certification requirement aims to spread some om to those in need.
From Intern to Venture-Backed Entrepreneur With a Little Help From Big Data
Ready To Launch

From Intern to Venture-Backed Entrepreneur With a Little Help From Big Data

Competition site Kaggle makes predictive modeling more effective and efficient--and a lot more fun.
What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Late-Stage Venture-Capital Investors
Finance

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Late-Stage Venture-Capital Investors

If you're looking to scale up one day, it will pay to know now about how late-stage investing works.
Four Rules for Location-Based Marketing Without Creeping Out Customers
Marketing Bootcamp

Four Rules for Location-Based Marketing Without Creeping Out Customers

Now companies can pitch location-based offers to smartphone customers instantly--and potentially make them feel uneasy.
PayPal Here Joins Mobile-Pay Apps Already There
Finance

PayPal Here Joins Mobile-Pay Apps Already There

When PayPal launched its newest mobile payment platform, it joined a wide selection of existing services. Here's a breakdown of the leaders.
Last-Minute Ways to Save on Your Taxes
Finance

Last-Minute Ways to Save on Your Taxes

Consider these ideas for tax breaks on your 2011 taxes.