Entrepreneur Magazine: June 2000

Featured Article

Told You So!

Hot 100 businesses do burn bright, but they don't burn out. Here are the businesses that prove there's life after recognition in <i>Entrepreneur</i> magazine.

Runnning a Multi-Family Business

Working together can get complicated when two or more families run a single business.

Pass It On

Forget military school.today's colleges and universities have something else in mind of the kids of today: fashioning them into the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Related Articles

From: Business To: Business

Subject: Long-heralded as the next big set of Internet opportunities, business-to-business e-commerce is here--and the crystal balls were right; it's big.

Making Time

Not ready for the burden of a full-time business? How do your evenings and weekends look?

Burn, Baby, Burn

Entrepreneur and Dun & Bradstreet's Sixth Annual Hot 100--the fastest-growing entrepreneurial businesses in America

Free At Last

Is your home office a network nightmare-piles of wires, holes in the wall and cabling for everything but the kitchen sink? Take it all wireless!

Driving Up Profits

A familiar name offers a franchise that's for keeps.

Back To School

Computer U franchise teaches seniors how to travel the World Wide Web.

Got Cash?

If not, then you ought to know what lenders are looking for.

What's New

Franchise updates on 1-800-GOT-JUNK, EagleRider Inc., and Sears Carpet and Upholstery Care Inc.

Need A Hero?

Mr. Hero uses competition to bring out the best in its franchisees.

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