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Study: Businesses Are Opting for Freelancers to Dodge Health Care Fees
Small Businesses

Study: Businesses Are Opting for Freelancers to Dodge Health Care Fees

Companies are trying to adapt to new business environment following the passage of the Affordable Care Act.
Lindsay Friedman
2016 Election Causing Many Small-Business Owners to Feel Down
Small Businesses

2016 Election Causing Many Small-Business Owners to Feel Down

The uncertainty is affecting plans to hire and decisions on investment and employee benefits, according to a new survey.
Lindsay Friedman
3 Trends From the Leading-Edge of Workplace Design
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3 Trends From the Leading-Edge of Workplace Design

Companies at the vanguard of workplace design continue to push new ideas focused on engaging clients and empowering staff
Meg Osman
4 Ways to Survive Your Company's Rebrand
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4 Ways to Survive Your Company's Rebrand

When your "brand" no longer defines what your business is actually all about, it may be time to pivot. Here's how.
Robert Wallace
12 Transportation Businesses You Can Start Now
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12 Transportation Businesses You Can Start Now

If you're interested in starting a transportation service, these dozen ideas should give you a lot to think about.
The Staff of Entrepreneur Media, Inc.
The Confession of an Entrepreneur
Radicals & Visionaries

The Confession of an Entrepreneur

You should know what you're getting into.
Mike Templeman
27 Businesses You Can Start for Less Than $1,000
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27 Businesses You Can Start for Less Than $1,000

'People want control over their career, and so creating their own business for under $1,000 gives them the ability to test it out, to see what works and what doesn't,' career coach says.
4 Fun Team Building Activities for the Office
Team-Building

4 Fun Team Building Activities for the Office

Here are some fun ways to foster team building at work.
7 Reasons to Start a Business While in College
Starting a Business

7 Reasons to Start a Business While in College

There are pros and cons to life as a student entrepreneur, but play your cards right and maybe you'll be the next Mark Zuckerberg.
Josh Steimle
7 Flaws in Your Business Plan You Need to Fix
Business Optimization

7 Flaws in Your Business Plan You Need to Fix

Individually, these seven flaws won't destroy your business, but cumulatively . . . watch out.
Jayson DeMers
The Complex Emotions of Mourning The Death of Your Startup, But Not Giving Up on Entrepreneurship
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The Complex Emotions of Mourning The Death of Your Startup, But Not Giving Up on Entrepreneurship

Brian Bordainick spent three and a half years building Dinner Lab. A couple of weeks ago, he had to pull the plug on it. It hurts, he says, but he already knows he will try again.
Catherine Clifford
Leading a Startup in Stage 2: Operational Validation
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Leading a Startup in Stage 2: Operational Validation

Learn how to negotiate this treacherous ground and achieve operational validation.
Derek Lidow
How to Fairly Divide Equity Between a Co-Founder and Investor
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How to Fairly Divide Equity Between a Co-Founder and Investor

This is a huge foundational issue that can make or break your company, as it will affect every aspect of the business and will have consequences for the entire life span of the venture.
Jeff Golfman
All the Tips You Need for Successfully Running Your Online Service Business
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All the Tips You Need for Successfully Running Your Online Service Business

Launching a new business is one thing – keeping it running is altogether different. Find out what you need to do to get and keep customers coming back again and again.
Shelby Larson