Entrepreneur magazine
October 1998

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October 1998

Entrepreneur | October 1998
October 1998
Entrepreneur Magazine

Risky Business?

Insurance makes you more secure.

Good Medicine

Health and biotech funds may be just what the doctor ordered.

Take Your Pick

To get sound advice from a financial newsletter, you've got to choose the right one.

Matter Of Fax

Stop trekking down the hall to the fax machine--let a software program do the walking!

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Hit List

The first rule of Web promotion is "Get your site listed on a search engine." Here's how to do it.

Browsing For Dollars

Searching for investment dollars, price comparisons made easy.

Get On The Bus

The new USB standard offers a smooth ride.

In Living Color

The latest color inkjet printers bring your documents to life.

Keep Your Guard Up

Don't let your company's data security be an afterthought.

Bird Watch

Re-ruffling Woody Woodpecker's feathers.

Missed Manners

Young entrepreneurs dress down America's corporate culture.

Hope For The Holidays

Expert tips on preventing bad holiday trips.

Fair Game

In hot pursuit of funding? Impress investors at a venture capital fair.

Looking For Cover

Struggling small businesses could be out in the cold if a bankruptcy reform bill passes.

Keeping The Faith

Churches use entrepreneurship to build community.

A Quick Guide To Insurance

Everything you always wanted to know about business insurance - but weren't afraid enough to ask.

Chain Reactions

As chain stores move onto Main Street America, entrepreneurs are bracing for the fight of their lives. Will David or Goliath emerge victorious?

Can You Say &quotProfits"?

This entrepreneur's interpreting service spells success in any language.

Just Say Yo

Yo for it, top this, unstoppable you.

Taking License

Profit from your great idea by setting up a licensing agreement.

Think Big!

Everything you need to know to turn your great idea into a bestselling product.

Get a Clue

Mystery-shopping entrepreneurs spy profits in improving poor service.

Mail Call

E-mail programs that really deliver.

New Kid On The Block

Our experts solve your start-up problems.

Reality Check

Have you heard the news? It's time for your business to get real.

O, Pioneers!

The companies that helped define franchising success.

Triple Threat

Tackling franchising in the sports tournament field.

The Perfect Pitch

Ever wonder how to grab a journalist's attention?

Myth vs. Reality

Buying a franchise needn't be scary--once you separate fact from fiction.

O, Pioneers!

40 companies that helped define franchising success.

Entrepreneurs Anonymous

Are you one of the millions of Americans who secretly longs to be an entrepreneur?

Walk This Way

Lessons in the fine art of bootstrapping

Hot Cities

Our annual ranking of the nation's top entrepreneurial spots.

Speaking In Tongues

Larger markets in a smaller world mean big opportunities for translation services.

Sweet Rewards

Fighting their way to success is business as usual for two tough cookies.

Shelf Life

Want to get your product on grocers' shelves? Don't go it alone.

Famous First Words

Three, two, one. That's how much time you have to make a good first impression in advertising--so choose your words wisely.

Meet the Press

When reporters come knocking, don't get scared--get prepared.

Rep Talk

Independent contractor or employee? Commission or draw? This five-step plan can help you decide how to pay your sales reps.

Close To Home

Domestic violence isn't just a personal issue--it can affect your business, too.

Sharing The Wealth

How much is too much . . .or too little?

Dangerous Liaisons

Planning to use the resources of your business to support your favorite candidate? Be careful not to cross the line.

Think Big

Forget about a better mousetrap: Find a whole new way to catch the mouse.

In The Fight

With investments that take your tolerance for risk into account, your portfolio could prove to be a winner.

Silver Lining

Plucking tax deductions from a natural disaster.

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