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How an Art Gallery Created an Online Store for Social Shopping

Moontoast's digital platform helps affinity brands like Nashville's Arts Company translate Facebook fan fervor into online revenue.

Jason Ankeny

· 4 min read
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How a Family-Owned Franchise Makes It Work

Two sisters and their retired mom team up to nurture a neglected franchise that sells used clothing for kids.

Jason Daley

· 4 min read
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Groupon Now and the Rise of the Real-Time Deal

What do you get when you combine the daily discount model with the urge of the impulse purchase? Merchants hope the answer is instant customers.

Brian Quinton

· 5 min read
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Money, Happiness and the Secret to a Rich Life

You don't want to be rich. You want to be happy. The question is, can money buy happiness? Turns out it can--to an extent.

J.D. Roth

· 3 min read
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How Gamesalad Can Help You Create Your Own Video Game

This Austin company can turn almost anyone into a game developer.

Gwen Moran

· 3 min read
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Go Union: How I Got My Funding

Gary Hicks, president and CEO of SkillSniper.com, describes how he secured financing from a credit union to launch his job-hunting site.

Michelle Goodman

· 3 min read
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inDinero: A Real-Time Financial Dashboard for Your Business

Following $3 billion in transactions for 20,000 companies can take 3 billion keystrokes across 20,000 spreadsheets--or, with inDinero, just a few clicks

Joel Holland

· 3 min read
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How to Open a Coffee Bar

Consider these essentials to help make your caffeinated dreams come true. Plus, a list of the leading coffee franchises.

Jennifer Wang

· 3 min read
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Jargon: Tweat

A tweet designed to discredit you and damage the reputation of your business.

· 1 min read
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100 Brilliant Companies

Entrepreneur's annual look at the brightest ideas, the hottest industries and the most insightful innovators

· 1 min read

Amy Cosper

· 3 min read
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Anatomy of the Game

The global gaming industry is expected to reach $40 billion in revenue by 2012.1 Here are some cheat codes to help you win a piece of it.

Jennifer Wang

· 2 min read