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The right strategy will likely take care of itself at the appropriate time.
Pitfalls abound when entrepreneurs decide to become partners. Know what they are ahead of time so you can set up guidelines that allow people to walk away if things go wrong.
Whether you're in the honeymoon phase or on the verge of divorce, these strategies will help your company survive the storms of business partnerships.
Two heads are better than one: Join forces with another company and watch your business take off.
If you're thinking ahead to the day when you'll no longer run your business, think about these five exit strategies now so you'll be prepared for your future.
A seasoned entrepreneur reveals the 17 most common mistakes startups make and how to avoid them -- plus, the 5 things you <i>must</i> do to ensure success.
The most popular form of a stock buy-back is an earn-out. Learn why it can be a good deal for both you and your investors.
Sloth, greed, gluttony-we don't care what you do on your own time. But when it comes to the mortality of your start-up, you need to play by the rules.
You don't want to leave your business, but will you be ready if you have to?
Early-stage investors need to know how they'll get a return on their investment in your company, and IPOs aren't the answer.