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3 Trigger Events That Could Make Your Current Business Structure Obsolete
It's the least-sexy thing about being an entrepreneur, but obsessing over personal liability and tax implications might mean it's time to change how you've incorporated your business.
Your Business Is Never Too Big to Be as Nimble as a Startup
For established companies, shifting a corporate culture is one of the most significant -- and necessary -- changes it can undergo.
Warehouse Workers Accuse Target of Not Paying Overtime, File Lawsuit
The lawsuit seeks class action status for misclassifying a position as exempt from overtime.
How Small Business Can Beat the Global Megacorporations Today
If we look hard, we find all kinds of supposedly established legacy companies that would be vulnerable to competition from an eager and creative startup.
Why There's Nothing Outrageous About Urban Outfitters' Request for 'Free Work'
The retailer sent an email asking employees to work on the weekend with no overtime. But before you jump to conclusions, read this.
Be Ready to Pay Your Taxes Earlier or It Will Cost You More
You probably didn't hear about the changes in tax law affecting entrepreneurs because it looks like Congress didn't want you to.
Traditional Brands With Startup Mentality Gain Cultural Traction
We expect to see the cultural shift towards entrepreneurship continue as startup brands scale while their bigger counterparts seek to bathe in some of their pioneering glory.
Lessons for Entrepreneurs From the Corporate World
The reason some entrepreneurs struggle is they don't incorporate the basic business lessons that the corporate world takes for granted.