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How to Be a Successful Failure

The way you handle collapse determines how soon you start again.

Sam Hogg

This Company Asked Its Employees for Cash and Everybody Won

For the right kind of business, a radical move like asking employees to finance the company can be smart and effective.

Are You Diversifying Your Income? You'd Better Start.

Just as a business shouldn't rely on one client, your personal income should never rely on one source.

Steph Wagner

How Changing an App Platform Allowed This Meal-Replacement Startup to Grow

When you can't keep up with your booming product, it might be time to change your tech.

David Port

3 Signs Your Social Strategy Needs Help -- and the Solutions

If these warnings seem familiar, you're likely not as loved online as you could be.

Ann Handley

How New Rules for Interstate Business Can Negatively Impact Your Income

Multistate business taxation rules have changed. Here's what you need to know.

Steph Wagner

3 Reasons the Bank Yanked Your Credit Line -- and How to Fix the Problem

It's a serious wake-up call, but it won't be the end of your business. Let's figure out what went wrong.

Joe Worth

How Perfectionism Is Sabotaging Your Business

Author and researcher Jane Bluestein explains the problems with chasing perfection, and how to avoid them.

Ann C. Logue

When Providing Company Vehicles, Addressing These Legal Issues Is Key

Put the brakes on offering company vehicles to employees until you've considered these three areas.

4 Steps to Better Protect Your Ideas

Brainpower is good. Brainpower you own is far better.

Jim Morrone

Can Live-Streaming Video Help Me?

Marketing consultant Lisa Illman, founder of KritterKommunity.com, explains how.