Sarah Max is a freelance writer in Bend, Ore. She has covered business and personal finance for more than a decade for such publications as Barron's, Money, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. In 2009 Sarah got a first-hand look at the ups and downs of entrepreneurship when she helped launch 1859 Oregon'’s Magazine, a bimonthly print and digital magazine for which she is editor at large.
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Direct Selling Goes Social, Retools for Millennial Generation
Chantel Waterbury, founder of jewelry company Chloe and Isabel, talks about why she's putting her brand in the hands of 'social retailers'.
What Co-Working Spaces Can Teach You about Morale and Engagement
RocketSpace CEO and founder Duncan Logan shares how space and one's peers impact a company's final product.
What's Wrong With the Modern Conference Call (and the Man Who's Trying to Fix It).
This new platform hopes to make conference calls easier to record and their conversations more searchable and shareable.
How This Retailer Reaches All-Important Indie Influencers
Karmaloop founder, Greg Selkoe, explains his approach to guerrilla marketing.
Keeping Staffers Without Email (Half the Workforce) In the Loop.
For true engagement, companies need to communicate with all their staff – and not just the ones with corporate email. Red e App founder Jonathan Erwin explains more.
Don't Stop Recruiting Employees Once They're Hired
Jon Bischke's company, Entelo, makes it easier for companies to recruit new talent. Yet, the secret to success, he says, isn't just finding the right people, but figuring out how to keep them.
How Relationships Are Fueling One Online Locavore Marketplace
Boise startup Direct Local Food connects local farmers and ranchers on their terms – and in the process created a new way to help put more fresh food on tables.
Baby's Next Doctor Visit -- Through Instant Message?
Entrepreneur McKay Thomas started in pool tables, moved on to baby goods and is now focused on a healthcare app that gives moms a direct line to doctors. He talks about what inspired the new venture and why he thinks most face-to-face doctor visits are overrated.
Step Away From the Foosball Table. Financials are Important, Too.
Entrepreneurs Andy Medley and Scott Hill built their Indianapolis marketing and promotions firm PERQ by nurturing office culture, sometimes to a fault. Employees still have fun, but their focus these days is on “winning” at business.
What Captivates the Captivating Tony Haile of Chartbeat
Chartbeat's CEO talks about why sailing around the world and traveling to the North Pole isn't all that that different from running a media analytics company.
Why Businesses Fail: A Data Expert Explains It All
Data scientist Thomas Thurston uses algorithms to understand the common traits between businesses that fail and succeed. Turns out, experience is only a small factor, and the best products can actually backfire.
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