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Why the Best Businesses for Sale Aren't for Sale

Scouring marketplaces isn't the only way to acquire new businesses, and it doesn't hurt to ask. Happy shopping!

James Parsons

How This 27-Year-Old Took Over a Dairy-Free Ice Cream Brand and Helped It Grow to $12 Million in Sales

Daniel Nicholson took over as CEO of Nadamoo after the company's founder stepped away from the business.

Why This Entrepreneur Who Took Over a 70-Year-Old Ice Cream Brand Advocates for Slow Growth

Michael Palmer jumped into owning a business after a wildfire destroyed his home in California.

The Benefits of Buying a Business vs. Starting Your Own Company

There are benefits of acquiring existing businesses over starting one from scratch.

Andrew Medal

Why Small Business Owners and Buyers Support Trump's Plans to Renegotiate Trade Deals

Many small business owners are confident the president's strategy will lead to more "fair" deals for the U.S.

Bob House

Seeking Acquisition? What You Can Learn From Time Warner's Sale to AT&T

Remember: Value is in the eyes of the buyer. Make sure you pay attention.

Steve Little

Buying a Business Through Seller Financing

If you're interested in seller financing, here's what you need to know.

Thinking about Buying a Business? Find a 'Favorable' Industry.

Avoid industries, for example, being overtaken by new technologies. Think: CDs.

The Person Buying Your Business Has 7 Fears Keeping Them Awake

Addressing these fears will help you successfully sell your business.

Sam Harrop

3 Factors That Distinguish an Actual Business From a Novelty

Is that website you're looking to buy a smart bet? Do your due diligence first. Here's how.

Thomas Smale

Foxconn to Pay Approximately $3.5 Billion in Sharp Takeover

Foxconn cut its initial offer by nearly $900 million following the emergence of previously undisclosed liabilities at Sharp.

Reuters