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Products

Amazon

Amazon Is Cracking Down on Counterfeit Goods

Apparently by levying a sizeable fee to merchants and requiring loads of proof that the products are legit.
Innovation

How a Car Guy Plans to Turn the Shower Industry on Its Head

Steve Sunshine believes the showerhead in your bathroom may be so dirty it could make you sick.
7-Eleven

10 Unexpected Things You Can Buy and Do at 7-Elevens Around the World

At certain locations, you can drop off your dry cleaning, pay your taxes or use a mashed potato vending machine.
Entrepreneur Network

In Networking Presentations, Be Very Specific About Products and Services

Ivan Misner, founder of Business Network International, explains how you should break down your business to lowest common denominators in presentations.
The Honest Company

Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Rejects Report on Detergent Ingredients

The company is accused of using sodium lauryl sulfate, or SLS, a skin irritant, in its liquid laundry detergent.
Toys; Games

Ponies and Princesses: Hasbro Launches Charm Offensive for Girls

Having captivated boys with its 'Star Wars' figures, the toy company is turning to Disney Princesses and the launch of its first animated movie to arrest a five-quarter slump in sales of its toys for girls.
Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding Platforms Need to Be Better Watchdogs, Says Journalist Who Investigated Kickstarter's Biggest European Failure

Some of the sketchiness associated with crowdfunding should be addressed by the platforms themselves, says Mark Harris.
Branding

3 Signs That It's Time to Focus More on Your Brand Than Your Product

In the consumer-products industry there is clearly the need for a solid product in order to produce solid sales, but there is a tremendously greater need for a brand once you grow beyond a certain point.
Ask Entrepreneur

12 Cool Products Seeking Funding on Kickstarter

Some of the most innovative productivity tools are being launched through crowdfunding campaigns. Here are some I'm excited for.
Products

Garmin Adds a New Smart Scale, Fitness Tracker to Its Product Line

Both devices will go on sale at Best Buy in November for $149.99.
Apple

Steve Jobs Would Not Have Liked the Apple Pencil

Back in 2007, he expressed his dislike for styluses.
Shipping Strategies

How Smaller Product Companies Can Automate Shipping Processes

If you aren't quite shipping high enough volumes to demand use of a third party, you'll need to work at setting up an in-house system.
Starting a Business

You Asked for It: The Details of How I Built a Seven-Figure Business Without Employees

More insights into the growth of my product-based company that can be operated from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
Ask the Expert

Here's How to Make Sure Your Company Is Ready for Online Marketing

While social media and marketing can definitely help boost a brand's online presence, there are a few other things companies should do before investing resources to these areas.
Business Ideas

4 Steps to Building a Great Product-Focused Organization

Having an awesome product is not enough for long-term survival. Success comes down to a well planned and executed product strategy.