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This franchise founder bounced back from hardships the first time around and found success at his own speed.
Fondue franchise broadens its reach to new communities to expand its corporate office and franchisees.
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How Flash Pals is gaining traction with its fuzzy animal-themed storage devices.
Selling subscriptions during the development phase allowed the company to pay the rent, and what you can learn from it.
uFlavor is banking on personalization as the next big thing in the beverage industry.
Do you dream of retiring early? You'd better get started now.
A look at how the startup is using technology to draw attention to independent films -- and who is funding the concept.
A look at how content-delivery networks can help small-business owners.
Priceonomics scours the web for the best prices to create an objective guide for consumers,
Vitaband gives exercisers a comfortable alternative to carrying cash or cards
The Esquire guy on who to share ideas with, how to get started and a way to figure out who should get the credit.
The franchise world has finally embraced social media. A look at the new services and policies helping the franchise systems work together, plus three tips to build a social fan base.
Having a business partner can be invaluable. Having the wrong--or no--partnership agreements can be disastrous.
Don't hide behind jargon. Seasoned investors know B.S. when they hear it.
The Band of the Day daily music-discovery magazine app lets musicians be seen and heard.
The entrepreneur behind this unconventional attraction went all the way.
Adagio Teas integrates customer feedback into its product development as well as other aspects of its business.
These tips will get your local business the online attention it deserves.
App sees explosive growth for it's music-recognition service based on simple spoken searches, and even humming.
How popular sandwich chain At the Melt is using smartphones, QR codes and kiosks to build a brand.
A look at zozi's online platform that creates short adventure trips not available elsewhere.
How SmarterComics is graphically translating non-fiction books for byte-size appeal.
How Myspace veteran Josh Berman and serial entrepreneur Diego Berdakin are using personal recommendations for exclusive merchandise by celebrity design partners.
A startup that invented the world's first smartphone-controlled ball and that's just the beginning.
The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company is using technology to help healthcare providers create more appealing questionnaires.