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October 2015

Entrepreneur | October 2015
October 2015
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Meet the Rebels Who Bend the Rules and Play to Win

Rejection -- who cares? Naysayers -- screw 'em. Entrepreneurship isn't just about business. it's about rebellion.

How One Major League Baseball Team Is Going to Bat with Rookie Sports Businesses

Want to work with the L.A. Dodgers? We have details on their new accelerator program.

How This Company Is Helping Businesses Find Zen in Human Resource Paperwork

Zenefits benefits-management software might be a busy entrepreneur's best friend -- but is it a benefits provider's worst nightmare?

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How This App Is Making a Permanent Change in the Rental Industry

A Hollywood production company saves money -- and client relationships -- with an inventory-tracking app.

Why the Cargo Van Is Outpacing the Pickup as the Business Vehicle of Choice

With superior hauling capacity, killer pricing and lease deals to boot, the cargo van may put the pickup out to pasture.

Why This Company Bought North Carolina's Oldest Printing Business

Entrepreneur stops the presses for a Q&A with Chris Andrews, an AlphaGraphics franchisee.

What to Do When Your Funding Vanishes

Enthusiastic public announcements aside, sometimes the check doesn't arrive as promised. So put down that champagne and heed the advice of entrepreneurs who've dealt with the disappointment of disappearing capital.

The High Costs of Your Exit Strategy

Whether it's a divorce or an M&A transaction, divesting can have lasting effects

Is Sharing Caring When it Comes to Clients?

The etiquette of sharing clients and how much to share with them.

How This Beer Growler Went From Concept to Market

GrowlerWerks promises craft beer to-go with carbonated staying power.

These Entrepreneurs Braved New Frontiers in Franchising and Found Success

Starting a concept from square one isn't easy. But being first to market can put you one step closer to becoming the next big thing.

What to Expect When Selling Your Business to a Private Equity Group

From the first meeting to after the ink is dry on the contracts, we'll show you the steps of selling to private equity.

Why Mobile Payments Aren't Gaining Traction With Small Businesses

The adoption of mobile payment systems is nearly universal -- except on Main Street.

The Case for Travel Agents

When DIY becomes too much, should you outsource travel planning?

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