November 2008 Issue
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Is the man who treats life--and business--as an extreme sport more like you than you think?
These women-led businesses are speeding their way to the top.
Richard Branson isn't defined by business or personal success. His life is a combination of both.
This entrepreneur is enlisting a little help from Hollywood to meet her double bottom line.
Entrepreneurs are responding to the fuel crisis with innovative ways to help their employees save.
An investigation of HUBZone revealed millions in loans to ineligible and even fake businesses.
Is your business ready to deal with the unexpected?
A healthy workplace means keeping your employees' minds and bodies happy.
Labor cost isn't everything when it comes to a location for your business
Now's the time for contractors to get their piece of the environmental action.
Mercedes-Benz customers will soon be able to get more green for their green.
Even in a bad economy, one truth about marketing stands: you have to spend more to make more.
Natural gas has moved to the front burner, so add some spark to your investment portfolio.
With the right execution, a price increase doesn't have to cost you your customers.
Take steps to minimize workplace injuries, and your business may come out unscathed.
Giving money away can make financial sense, even for relatively young earners.
When investors ask for a board seat, weigh your options before pulling out the leather chair.
Your education is good for more than just your own success. Learn how you can help others, too.
A time to market your to-do list isn't complete without this key practice--and neither is your business.
Shorten the road to success by using skills learned during your days as an employee.
How to grab a powerful niche market with growing potential.
Starting a franchise in a small town helped these family-focused entrepreneurs bring in big profits.
Years of managing and running businesses inspired one man to help others do the same.
Here are 85 franchises you can start for less than $25,000.
You can still find a place in the auto industry--you just have to know where to look.
The right attitude can mean the difference between failure and success.
Fill your job openings the right way with these solutions.
If you build it, they will come--and actually stay awake, too.
Put Google AdWords to work, and watch the customers--and sales--click in.
Does your product have what it takes to attract an international audience?
Tight consumer budgets may dampen spirits, so here are 5 tips for ringing in the sales this holiday season.
Don't get bummed by negative feedback. Instead, get fired up and motivated to do better.
Variable pay plans can save you money--and your employees may prefer them.
Just when you were getting used to gigabytes, now there are even bigger ways to store and manage your data.
One small USB device eliminates the need for multiple phones.
It's 2008. Do you know who has your Social Security number?
Here's one way to outsmart your gas tank.
This unlocked phone from hp gets a thumbs up for functionality.
New travel planners aren't your everyday Orbitz.
Xerox brings robust new solutions to small businesses.
Make friends in all the right places online, and watch your site's traffic soar.