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Don't Let These Tax Write-Offs Trip You Up

Some deductions may be worth a second look. Then there are those you want to be extra careful about.

Eileen P. Gunn

How Airbnb Can Make Business Travel More Fun

Next time you hit the road on business, skip the hotel and check into an igloo or castle instead.

Jennifer Wang

How to Harness the Power of Social Media Feedback

Engaging with consumers enables owners to assess a product's strengths and weaknesses.

Gail Goodman

How to Inspire an Ownership Spirit Among Employees

A workforce of owner-minded employees will often go beyond expectations for the sake of the business's objectives.

Marcus Erb

Coping with a Cash Crunch

How three entrepreneurs hunkered down to ride out the recession.

Fawn Fitter

How to Hire a Webmaster

How to size up and select a webmaster who can keep your site one step ahead.

Why Mobile-Friendly Websites Are Critical to Your Strategy

Mobile applications redefined the user experience but represent only a pit stop in the continuing evolution.

Dan O'Shea

A Look at Low-Cost Cameras Ready for Business

A good camera can help you enhance everything from your social media profile to your product spec sheets.

Jonathan Blum

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 5: Find Financing

Today, you'll learn where look for the money you need to launch. Part five in a 10-part series to help you start a business.

Kimberly Stansell

Two Weeks to Startup: Day 2. Research Your Business Idea

Carving out a niche in the marketplace is crucial to survival. Here's how to evaluate your chances of success.

When You're Ready to Sell the Business

Four tips to maximize profits and plan your exit.

Mike Handelsman

Data Backup and Storage: Should You Stay Local or Go Online?

Whether to take data storage online or stay local depends on your risk tolerance. How two entrepreneurs decided.

Ameen Khwaja