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Best Business Bars

Best Business Bars

The Best Bars to Meet with a VC (Slideshow)

From San Francisco to New York, here's a list of of the best bars to meet with your investor.

Taking Clients Out for Cocktails? Our Cheatsheet Will Impress Them.

Match your drink to the moment with this cheat sheet from mixologist Josh Curtis, bar director at Los Angeles' Hanglider Bar.

Closing a Deal at a Bar? This Research Can Help.

Rule No. 1: Get to the bar early, so you control who sits where.

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