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The Economic Forecast: A Q&A With Andrew Policano

Andrew Policano, dean of The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine, shares his thoughts on news--good and bad--in the economy.

Jennifer Wang

10 Ways to Run a Risky Business

Cyndee Sugra, 30, started her digital design and marketing firm, Studio 7 Media, in the middle of the dotcom crash. Last year, her Los Angeles-based company hit sales of $8 million.

Cyndee Sugra

You're Hired: A Project Management Primer

Celebrities may make for good TV, but they don't make very good project managers. Find out what Mr. Trump should be looking for in his <i>Apprentice</i> contestants.

David Port

Hire Better: Recruiting 2.0

How entrepreneurs are using social networking, blogging and other internet tools to hire the best employees

Mark Henricks

You Lost Me at Hello

You may be in the interviewer's seat, but keep in mind that you need to make a good first impression, too.

Employee X

CEO Salaries in the Crosshairs

Pay-for-performance structures are enjoying a resurgence.

Chris Penttila

Outsourcing vs. Doing It Yourself

When starting a business, it's important to know when to hold tight and when to let go.

Nichole L. Torres

Get Team-Focused

Let your employees, contractors and consultants know your success is their success.

Romanus Wolter

14 Things Smart Leaders are Doing Right Now

Explore ways to improve your business from the inside out. But don't forget to pounce on outside opportunities, too.

Ray Silverstein

Building Up Teams--and Communities

These entrepreneurs help companies become teams, and they make it easy to give back.

JJ Ramberg

Business Lessons from Alternative Sources

The most valuable business lessons can be found in the places you'd least expect.

New Year's Resolutions From the Experts

Here's what our expert columnists want <i>you</i> to resolve to do to make your business better in 2009.