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July 2009

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July 2009

Entrepreneur | July 2009
July 2009
Entrepreneur Magazine

Surfing's Next Safari

Firewire shapes a new generation of surfers.

Culture, Community and Chicken Fingers

How Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is controlling growth and protecting its legacy

Fashion Forward--Frugally

The youngest Plato's Closet owner in the company's history shares her thoughts on feeding a franchise, managing the economy and being the boss

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Palm's new Pre represents the first real challenge to the iPhone's throne.

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Innovation for Things We Carry

How bondage and punk rock inspired a new way of accessorizing.

Running the Franchise Numbers

Are you ready to be a multi-unit franchise owner?

Community Banks to the Rescue

Community banks are making a play for a bigger share of the market.

The Superfluous Position

Make sure every title has a necessary and definable role.

You Can't Beat Habit

Learning how to alter customers' routines likely means making significant changes to your own.

How Veterans Can Find Funds

The SBA has launched several programs geared at helping vets open up shop.

Looking Fly on the Cheap

Here are some surefire methods for polishing your college startup's appearance.

Why Budgets Matter

Even startups need to forecast and plan--especially now.

What Are You Afraid Of?

Our experts deconstruct your worst nightmares and show you how to deal.

Ramp Up Marketing in a Downturn

5 ways to save money and still get your message heard.

You Can Rebuild It

Sometimes you just have to melt down and start over.

In the Know?

The inside scoop on what should and shouldn't be shared with your VC.

Real Estate's New Reality

For patient investors there's income to be found.

Are You Loan Worthy?

Just because the economy has dried up some sources of funding doesn't mean there aren't alternatives.

Beware the Mobile Rogue

Your employees could be toting around with sensitive company info.

What Can VoIP Do?

Plus, how to find the best broadband service

You Are What They Click

Picking the right website designer is the first step to defining your business online.

Why Events are Going Virtual

As companies continue to costs, trade shows are becoming an expendable expense.

Sharing the Micro Wealth

Kiva.org connects people making microloans to entrepreneurs around the world.

Pay Me!

How to get the money you're owned when no one seems to have any

The Business Owner's Flight Plan

Author Greg Rosner interrupts his trip to Hong Kong to share insight on the stages of an average business trip.

5 (More) Great Books on Entrepreneurship

Once you've read the first 100, check out these other works of entrepreneuial wisdom.

Will Business be Stimulated?

A panel of experts make predictions about the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment act of 2009.

If It's Broke, Decorate It

This entrepreneur fell off her bike and into a successful business.

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