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Valentine's Day--How Sweet it Is

February 14th isn't only lucrative for the Hallmarks and American Greetings of the world.
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Genius Resources and Products for Entreprenuers

Our monthly spotlight on tools to support and grow your business
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Business Unusual: Operation Muffintop

Former Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick stitched together a gizmo that turned into a $20 million business.
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Create a Lasting Legacy

For real estate and design mogul Jeff Lewis, success is about longevity--sprinkled with a touch of control.
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The Business of Ghostblogging

Some of the best ghostbloggers come out of the shadows to talk about how they work, what they charge and who their clients are.
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Your 10-Year Exit Strategy

If you're looking toward retirement, plan ahead and sell when business is booming.
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Freelancing? Think Like a Business Owner

Timeless tips for boosting your income and managing your work load
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Retire? Forget About It

A new wave of baby boomer business owners are turning their passion and experience into second-act success.
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Todd Vernon, CEO, Lijit Networks

Todd Vernon, CEO of Lijit Networks, talks about starting his company and how to wisely spend startup money.
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A Good Year for Business Planning

3 reasons businesses will benefit from better planning in 2010.
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Leverage the Ups and Downs of the Housing Market

While the industry floundered, these businesses positioned themselves for growth.
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SBA Loans for Your Startup

Find money today for your new business with this review of the SBA's top three loan programs.
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JETT: A New Twist on an Old Favorite

Jeff Kanbar followed his passion and launched a line of premium energy vodka.
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Entrepreneurship: No Experience Necessary

6 tips for starting a business with little industry experience or business know-how