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September 2016

Entrepreneur | September 2016
September 2016
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The Surprising Second Act for One of YouTube's Biggest Stars

Connor Franta has made millions as a YouTube star, but he knows that kind of celebrity won't last.

What Running a Tour Company in North Korea Taught This Founder About Customer Service

Travel can spark unexpected businesses, and Andrea Lee started hers after a pleasant trip to… North Korea? Her story, as told to Ashlea Halpern.

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The Low-Tech Hack You're Not Prepared For

Haven't heard of visual hacking? It could be a real threat to your business, says Daniel Burks, senior VP and enterprise chief privacy officer for U.S. Bank.

Thinking About Smart Keys? Don't Make These 4 Mistakes.

Be cautious when choosing the best security technology for your devices.

This Insurance Strategy Could Save You Thousands

Captive insurance companies have saved some firms millions in premiums and taxes.

Won Funding? Why You Should Wait to Celebrate.

Here's why your big investment isn't (an immediate) reason to celebrate.

This Buzzy Company Failed and There's a Simple Reason Why

Niche markets are tricky. This entrepreneur learned the hard way.

How 'Risky' Hires Can Become Your Most Loyal Staffers

Entrepreneur Tina Howell loves taking risks, even when it comes to hiring employees.

Want to Run a Pet Café? These Founders' Tips Can Help.

Learn how these entrepreneurs have combined their love of pets with their passion for the community.

The Savvy Companies Catering to a Boom Market: Kids

Here's why there's a big boom in businesses that cater to children (and their parents).

Tricks to Hack Your Business Travel Budget

Here's how you can save hundreds of dollars on your next trip.

These Founders Aren't Selling Furniture, They're Telling a Story

A powerful story keeps this furniture company distinct and memorable.

A Retail Legend Shares Customer Service Secrets

What do you learn after 27 years of running a famous store? Ask Roxanne Thurman, owner of Denver's Cry Baby Ranch.

How a Single Food Truck Helped Build a Multi-Million Dollar Taco Empire

This founder started with $18,000 in his bank account. Now he runs a $4.5 million fast-casual-food brand.

This Founder Finally Made it to the NBA -- With an Analytics Tool

He'd never make the team, but he's still a major player on the court.

This Veteran Risked His Savings to Build Better Armor

He bet his retirement. Now he runs a multi-million dollar business.

Understanding One Simple Truth Helped This Founder Raise $23 Million

This entrepreneur turned an unsexy subject into a successful business.

Why We Balance Passion With Reason

Passion slams the gas; reason steers us safely. It's important to strike a balance.

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