Entrepreneur magazine
November 1998

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November 1998

Entrepreneur | November 1998
November 1998
Entrepreneur Magazine

Hidden Treasures

Doing business in the inner city is a challenge, but the rewards are worth the effort.

Small Wonders

Concentrating on a few core industries has helped this little fund produce big returns.

Tech Rules

Need cash? If you're a high-tech venture, try state funding.

Mighty Minis

The newest mininotebooks pack a powerful punch.

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Bug Off!

Protect against invaders with antivirus software.

Not-So-Basic Training

Are your employees not using your new tech equipment? With a little training, they'll make the most of your investment.

Hit The Books

LISTEN to your e-mail, brush up on business etiquette.

Thinking In The Box

E-commerce kits make selling online a snap.

Wisdom Of Ages

Put another candle on the birthday cake.

Designing Woman

Dyslexia couldn't keep this award-winning entrepreneur from multimillion-dollar success.

Into Africa

Doing business in Africa isn't for the faint of heart--but it could offer big rewards.

Easy Access

Need money fast? For a no-fuss solution, try a government CAP loan.

To The Rescue

Help for Y2K shows up in the form of a loan bill in Congress.

Allied Forces

Communications experts team up to win contest.

L. A. Confidential

Is Los Angeles mayor Richard Riordan the most business-savvy politician in the country? An exclusive interview with the man at the helm of the first 21st-century city.

Danger Zone

When bad things happen to good entrepreneurs: what every small-business owner needs to know about crisis management.

Power Surge

Internet access is up - way up - among small-business owners. But that doesn't mean all electronic avenues are being explored.

Trade Secrets

Mark our words: In the battle to get your product noticed, a trademark can be your best friend.

Take It Easy

Creature comforts, hit the books, hold a candle to this.

Perfect Pairs

Could you start a business with your spouse? How three couples make it work.

Fire Up!

Keep your start-up enthusiasm burning with these secrets from the motivational superstars.

What's The Big Idea?

Start-up ideas are all around...once you know where to look.

A Closer Look

Is that new franchise or biz op a ground-floor opportunity--or a flash in the pan?

Surprise Attack

Inventors beware: Submarine patents could surface when you least expect it.

Young Millionaires

They're young-they're hot-they're rich. Don't hate 'em . . . Join 'em.

Entrepreneur's Complete Guide To Software

Paralyzed by all the software choices out there? You're not alone. How to choose the software your business really needs.

Hidden Treasures

Doing business in the inner city is a challenge, but the rewards are worth the effort.

Race To Space

Ten, nine, eight . . . Who will win the $10 million contest of a lifetime?

Sweet Rewards

Giving back spells success for this candy franchise.

Drive-In Ambition

Sonic drive-ins face the future with a new look.

Making The Grade

College programs offer real-world business experience.

Cream of the Crop

When its dairy business was failing, this family went back to the drawing board

Driving Force

Automotive aftermarket opportunities that will get your motor revving

Personal Touch

If you want to improve results from your sales letters, try some good,old-fashioned charm.

Making Headlines

A step-by-step guide to getting your message heard.

Expansion Team

Extend your sales reach using manufacturer's reps.

Meal Ticket

Restaurateurs put movie tickets on the menu.

'Tis The Season

Keeping your employees productive during the holidays.

One For The Books

Recording your family business history gives you credibility and clout.

Stress Case

Employees on edge? Here's how to help them relax.

Fighting Chance

When the government wants your land, prepare to fight for fair payment.

Feat Of Clay

The business models you didn't learn about in school.

Closing Arguments

The case for using lawyers' techniques in business.

Along For The Ride

On the stock market highway, index funds put your money on cruise control.

It's Official!

Now that the paper has settled in Congress, find out which tax code reforms made the cut.

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