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Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?
You bet it can--and in our 1st Annual Top 100 Entrepreneurial Colleges and Universities, we reveal which U.S. schools do it best.
Just what type of company is the apple of a venture capitalist's eye?
Make no mistake--business identity theft can happen to you if you're not careful.
Keep up with emerging trends, industry leaders, and strategies for success from the comfort of your own home or on the go with a print and digital magazine subscription.
Women rule the marketplace, says one author. So why aren't ad-makers catching on?
Take It From Me . . .
A struggling entrepreneur gets growth advice from someone who's been there.
Is there any room left for small businesses in federal contracting?
It Figures 04/03
How many people are using the Internet, customer service calls and more
The drinks people are drinking
Is leadership really a crock? The creator of the comic strip <I>Dilbert</I> thinks so.
Take time to examine what the economic stimulus package might mean for your business.
It's time to make an executive decision about whether your company needs a CFO.
Money Buzz 04/03
Long-term care insurance; why your state might not be included in the federal estate tax repeal
Find big-time rewards in ultra-small-cap stocks.
The Burden of Borrowing
Your growing company could be hindered by hidden loan costs if you don't look ahead.
Surprise: Putting your nest egg in bonds may no longer be safe.
Bringing disadvantaged employees aboard has never been so rewarding--and we're not just talking about the tax credits you'll get.
Get Your Fix
Had enough of auctions? Fixed pricing could be just the thing your business craves.
Management Buzz 04/03
Energy consulting services; hiring your parents
Drive down luxury lane with one of these swanky sedans.
Singing the Blues?
Then this band aid may be just what your lagging work force needs.
Entrepreneurs are giving their old computers new life with budget-friendly extras.
Can't afford an entire jet? Try winging it with a piece of one.
Bette LaPlante & Diane Cuvelier
49, 43, co-founders of Doughmakers LLC in Terre Haute, Indiana
Even the Internet may not be able to avoid taxes.
The skinny on marketing bad-for-you foods
No more wrist pain for you!
The Winner's Circle
Times may be tough, but our 10th Annual Business Travel Award winners still make travel a pleasure.
These entrepreneurial robophiles take their business where no man has gone before.
Whether your passion is pottery, painting or playing video games, there's money to be made from your hobby.
Best of the Best
The 116 companies ranked the best in their categories in our 2003 Franchise 500 listing
Does Uncle Sam owe entrepreneurs a helping hand, or should the government just get out of small business's way? Two experts face off.
In Case of Emergency
A smoke alarm or a life preserver may save your life, but they won't save your business. You need a real disaster plan now. Your business's survival depends on it.
What's New 04/03
A franchise that can change a car into a moving billboard
Tech Buzz 04/03
The new Intel Pentium 4; updates on the fight against spam
A multifunction printer could be just what your business needs to save space and money.
Cool Clicks 04/03
Getting to the next level in the game of entrepreneurship; business tips from the BBB
A high-speed hub; a camcorder for the palm of your hand
Hot Disks 04/03
Securing e-mail attachments, how your Palm can be your financial planner and more
It's time to clear away the cobwebs and find out if your Web site is in good working order.
Data to Go
Grab your files-anywhere, anytime.
A Universal Truth
USB isn't just for desktops anymore.
Budget tight? What about a late-model PC that's only been driven around the block a few times?
It's in the Mail
How do you find the best mail order catalog for your product-and get it in the door?
A Room of One's Own
Finding office space on a budget just got a whole lot easier.
From start to finish, these "booth basics" will help you make the most of that first trip to the trade show floor.
Lights, Camera, Action
Airtime on home shopping networks gives your product a big boost.
We'll Drink to That!
Inspired by a popular diet, this team of health-conscious entrepreneurs are mixing up the cocktail world.
Going on Location
Despite a long, frustrating wait, Jack and Diane find the light at the end of the tunnel--the perfect franchise site.
Calling All Buyers
Here's your chance to get up to speed on the latest features in mobile-phone technology.
Franchise at First Sight
Entrepreneur meets his match in a dating service franchise
Clean up by taking trash to a whole new level.
A Model Occupation
Who says you can't turn business into play? It's all in a day's work for these successful franchisee partners.
Legends for Hire
Using a famous face to attract prospects to your advertising campaign may not be a budget-busting proposition after all. You just need to find the right fit.
They Clicked, They Left
Why aren't your Web site visitors buying?
Shock value may grab attention, but it can put your company's image at risk. Science has a better way.
A designer's down-home hospitality pays off.
In High Spirits
How to get yourself and your business fired up from the inside out
Marketing Buzz 04/03
Promoting your toy store to singles; your outdoor advertising options
Go Major League
Score a success for your business by implementing team-selling tactics.
Rage can be a powerful negotiating tool, but only if you practice a little anger management first.
What will a new whistle-blower clause mean to you and the way you do business?
Ideas on Demand
You don't have to wait for inspiration.
Change of Plans?
Then tell your employees about it.
Job-seekers are taking "good for now" positions, but is it good enough for those who hire them?
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