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Starting a Business

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Strokes of Genius

Five brilliant ideas, from a notepad you can use in the shower to a customizable wine-bottle label
Starting a Business

Be a Follower

Must-add tweeps to any business owner's Twitter feed
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What's Your Problem?

Figure out what's bugging your classmates and you just might discover a business idea.
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Coolness Has its Price

Seven reasons to avoid using Flash on your website
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Real Man of Genius

Matt Moman had fake limes, actual beer and a flash of inspiration.
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A Parking Business Gets Stuck in Park

One entrepreneur's plan to publish parking guides detours to success when she leverages existing assets.
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Toward Greener, Safer Roads

A company that analyzes driver behavior gets millions in investment to help it travel further.
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Knowledgewebb is Power

A site that teaches people new to the job front not to sweat the tech
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The Post-Banking Loan

Factoring--an expensive way to get cash fast--is on the rise. But before you take the money, take a hard look at the deal.
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Reanimators

<em>Creepy</em> and <em>Eerie</em>, the graphic 1960s horror comic books, were deader than dead--until the Braun twins came along.
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The Smell of Success

Figuring out where to save and how to bootstrap can mean the difference between the sweet smell of success and the bitter whiff of defeat.
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A New Chapter

A rescued bookstore provides a training ground for people with autism.
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The 500-Calorie Smackdown

Two restaurants. Two menus. Two plans for major national expansion during roughly the same time frame. Let the food fight begin.
Take It From The Pros

Building a Brand on a Budget

To elevate their digital profiles and carve out entrepreneurial niches, more businesses are turning to social media and other free digital marketing alternatives.
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On the Nose

When Fabrice Penot pitched Le Labo--a fragrance company built on perfumes and no hype--investors laughed. Now with stores around the globe and millions in annual sales, Penot is the one who's smiling.