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You want customers to love your product, of course. But what happens when they don't? The simple answer: You have to make a change -- and it won't be easy.
When Less Is More: How the Decision to Kill a Spinoff Brand to Focus on Our Core Offerings Led Us to Profitability
I believe we're a better company today because we recognized what wasn't working and redirected our resources.
After rethinking her company's approach, the co-founder of The Meet Group shares how it found its stride -- and generated $76.1 million in revenue.
My Company's Business Model Was Holding Us Back From Bigger Opportunities, So We Evolved. Here's What We Learned.
Even though we had initial success, we knew we had to make some changes to win in the long-term.
A musician quit his job to focus on bringing back old-school baseball uniforms.
After Realizing Customers Didn't Share Her Vision, an Entrepreneur Makes a Big Change -- And Sales Grew More Than $3 Million
On the latest episode of 'Problem Solvers,' the founder of Goodie Girl Cookies shares how an error caused her sales to plateau -- and what she did about it.
This Former Apple Executive Brought His Company Through 2 Tough Pivots and Now Has McDonald's, Comcast and Whole Foods as Clients
Inkling creates software that aims to make the lives of so-called 'deskless workers' easier.
Listening to customer and not taking no for an answer were two keys to Restin's success.
Rachael Herrscher shares how to build an online presence and avoid certain pitfalls in a world where everyone is scrambling for "likes."
Rather than dwell, use bad circumstances as an opportunity to pursue your dreams.
Updater realized it would better serve its customers by establishing industry partners who could facilitate referrals when they'd be needed most.