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March 1998

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March 1998

Entrepreneur | March 1998
March 1998
Entrepreneur Magazine

Breaking The Bank

Nonbank lenders are pulling ahead in small-business financing. Here's what playing the field looks like.

The Parent Trap

Switching from parent to owner and back again takes some serious coordination.

Thanks, But No Thanks

How turning down clients could help you grow your business.

Horse Sense

What's Moody Mare? Jan's Wow Neigh? Arousing curiosity can get readers to zoom in on your ad.

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Taking Flight

Chicken empire conquers new ground.

Spreading The Word

Can't face another article about the Internet? Save room for one more - because this one could be your connection to success.

At Your Fingertips

Inventor assistance is only a Web site away.

Nesting Instinct

Businesses of a feather thrive together.

Neighborhood Watch

Around the Block: The Business of a Neighborhood takes us on an odyssey of business success, failure and survival in one New York City community.

Idea Inc.

Innovation expert Christopher Meyer gives you two choices: Get the ideas flowing, or get out of business.

Singled Out

Do your childless employees get their fair share of benefits?

It's A Wired, Wired World

Staying connected is a necessity in business today - especially when you're away from your office. Here's a look at the top wired airports, hotels and meeting centers nationwide.

Separated At Work

Think telecommuting is only for the big guys? You're wrong. Small businesses are discovering just how easy it is.

What's Your Type?

Today's range of ergonomic keyboards makes it easier to find the tech tool of your dreams.

Staying Alive

CompuServe may not be going the way of the dinosaur after all.

Have No Fear

Our experts solve your start-up problems.

Most Likely To Succeed

The 9 best businesses to start from your dorm.

Read All About It

Find the answers to your franchise questions in the UFOC.

Mind Games

Play with brainstorming software to spark your creativity.

The Heat Is On

Saucy marketing, picking your path, music to wait by.

Ready, Aim, Market

Want to score bigger sales? Target your market.

Nuts & Bolts

Information overload? Database programs help fine-tune your important company data.

Higher Learning

For students in SIFE, learning is anything but business as usual.

Guiding Light

Award-winning programs for women entrepreneurs.

An Ounce Of Prevention

Vaccinations can mean the difference between manageable - and miserable.

Tricks Of The Trade

Understanding the ins and outs of stocks isn't easy. Here are a few of their magic tricks.

Matters Of Trust

When an employee embezzles from you, it's no laughing matter.

Paper Cut

Is the world finally ready for a paperless office? Not yet, but we're close.

In The Market

Now's the time to shop for a retirement plan. Find out which one's best for you.

Attention Getters

Fresh ways to get a rise out of your marketing efforts.

Perfect Pitch

Still hitting the wrong note with investor presentations? Try these expert tips.

Latin Lovers

The volatility of Latin American mutual funds makes you love 'em - or leave 'em.

Driving Force

Coming off a rough year, this hard-drive maker may be a good bargain.

Stretching Your Dollars

How to get the most from your minimum-wage employees.

Ads With Attitude

Can you afford to use anti-advertising?

Keep It Confidential

If you don't keep your company secrets under lock and key, your competitive edge might walk right out the door.

The Service Solution

Give new meaning to the phrase customer service.

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