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Why The Competition Isn't Your Business Enemy

In business, people often believe you need an enemy to beat, but there are better places to focus your energy to grow your business.

Jim Joseph

Why Macy's Thanksgiving Sales Strategy Is Killing the Competition

The retailer announced it will be open for its first Thanksgiving in history this year and while critics are grumbling, it's a brilliant sales strategy.

Grant Cardone

37 Marketing Tools to Spy on Your Competitors

Be the James Bond of the web with these tools that can give you a leg up on the competition.

Chris Kilbourn

10 Stories From the Web to Know About This Week, Oct. 4, 2013

In the category of epic role reversals, the New York Daily News makes big companies pitch to startups and other need-to-know stories from this week.

Brad Crescenzo

Smartphone Wars: 5 Things BlackBerry Could Have Done to Stay Competitive

As the company is set to go private in a $4.7 billion deal, here's a look at the ways it could have remained relevant among its top competitors.

Why Partnering With Your Competition Could Be Your Key to Success

Sometimes there's simply power in numbers. Combining forces with competitors could be a significant way to grow your business. Here's how.

Ivan Misner

Why Everyone Should Buy From You Instead of the Competition

Outshining your competition means getting savvy about your approach. This doesn't require a hefty budget, just a creative mind and sense of adventure.

U.S. Remains Dominant Force in Global Entrepreneurship... For Now

A new report from Ernst & Young says that while the U.S. is home to one of the best entrepreneurial environments in the world, there is no 'margin for complacency.'

10 Questions to Ask if You Want to Create a Winning Business Plan

Throw out everything you know about a business plan. These are the questions you need to ask to sell your idea to investors.

Obama Administration Makes a Rare Move Defending Apple in a Longstanding Patent War Between Apple and Samsung

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative stepped into the Samsung-Apple battle and vetoed the ruling from the International Trade Commission earlier in the summer.

The Ethics Coach on Dealing With Backstabbing

What to do when someone you trust betrays you and how to address a competitor who cops to unethical behavior.

Gael O'Brien

How a Little-Known Condom Brand Broke into the U.S. Market

Breaking into a competition-rich market can be daunting -- even for brands with well-heeled parent companies. Here are some tips from the trenches.

Brad Crescenzo