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The Biggest Lessons I Learned Working Solo in 2014

From limited partnerships, knowing your worth to effective time management.

The Lesson in American Airlines' Smart Pricing Plan for its Exclusive Club

What kind of customers would you rather have? Ones that pay as they go, or those on a subscription?

Gene Marks

Small-Business Owners Who Aren't Experts in Their Fields Will End Up Paying a Hefty Price

If you want to stay relevant, much less open, you should know your product or service in and out, and make sure you employees are well trained.

Jim Joseph

This Software Company Wants to Help Retailers Compete Against Amazon

An engineer gives retailers a fighting chance in the online price wars.

Joe Lindsey

As Football Season Approaches, Buffalo Wild Wings Raises Prices

The chicken wings chain said that rising chicken costs means menu prices will increase by 3 percent.

Kate Taylor

Amazon Strikes Deal With Simon & Schuster on E-Book Prices

The months-long standoff has ended, with an agreement on the future price of e-books.

Reuters

Beat Burnout But Score Results

It's the mad dash at the end of the year, when you push to make it a profitable one. Follow these five steps to build your business effectively.

How to Determine What You Should Charge Customers

Ask these five questions to get a better sense of how much you should be charging.

Dorie Clark

5 Decisions Every Entrepreneur Must Face

Business owners should be prepared to face these forks in the road head on if they want to keep moving ahead.

Jayson DeMers

Analyst: Amazon's Fire Phone Simply 'Not Compelling Enough'

Making less of an impact than Amazon hoped, the company dropped the price of the Fire Phone from $199 to 99 cents.

Nina Zipkin

The Key to Setting and Changing Your Prices

No matter what price you pick you need to keep this one thing in mind.

Jason Fell

10 Startup Tips Learned the Hard Way

Be up front with customers about what you do and how much it will cost, and consider romantic relationships with co-workers very carefully.

Rameet Chawla