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November 2015

Entrepreneur | November 2015
November 2015
Entrepreneur Magazine

Will.i.am: How the Hit Maker is Hitting Hard in Business

Rapper and producer will.i.am steered Black Eyed Peas to pop success by blurring the lines between bands and brands. Now he's applying the lessons he learned in the music business in an attempt to shake up the Silicon Valley status quo.

How Your Small Business Can Play in the Big Leagues

Corporate venture capital funds are looking to invest in innovative startups. Here's how to cash in on the substantial resources of major companies.

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From Battlefield to Business: These Companies Are Looking to Hire Veterans

Skills honed during military service transfer naturally to franchise ownership.

100 Veteran-Friendly Franchises

These franchises look to make military veterans their newest recruits.

The Bright Side of a Bad Pitch

VCs hear it all, but the bad ideas can be as worthwhile as the good ones.

Why You Need to Think Like a CFO

When it comes to your personal finances, make every decision count.

Why You Should Be Looking Locally for Customers

Small businesses can -- and should -- target consumers closest to home. Here's how.

Vouch: The First Social Network for Credit

Personal endorsements power a consumer lending network.

The Reality of Royalties

An expert explains why investors ask for them and what that means for you and your company.

How Often Should You Update or Rebuild Your Website?

An expert explains what to consider when you're thinking of refreshing your company's website.

Why VCs Are Devouring Food Startups

Investments in food ventures are heating up. Here's what's making investors bite.

5 Rules for Stand-Out Marketing Campaigns

These steps helped an old company achieve record growth, and they can help your business too.

A Storied Winery Runs Toward Tech, Reaps the Rewards

Here's a toast to the Napa Valley mainstay that's fomenting -- and fermenting -- a wine revolution.

Someone Messed Up. Here's How You Fix It.

Whether it's a dishonest employee or an order snafu, what you do after a mistake makes the difference. We'll show you the steps to take.

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