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Retired Executive Finds Second Career Giving Back to His Community With Kona Ice

This South Carolina man owns his own shaved ice truck and loves to help out local schools with part of his proceeds.

Erin Schultz

Do You Choose Your Vendors as Carefully as You Do a New Hire?

Have you ever considered putting down your expectations on paper?

3 Tips to Develop a Balanced Supplier-Vendor Relationship

Remember how Mom taught you to 'always be nice'? The same thing applies to business.

Maria Haggerty

When Choosing Vendors, Entrepreneurs Should Trust Their Parental Instincts

Here's how growing a business is like raising kids and how your parental instincts can help you choose the right partners.

Maria Haggerty

Who Really Owns Your Business?

Don't give away control of your business by excessive tolerance of problem employees, vendors or clients.

Why Vendors Can Make or Break Your Event

Here's how to find the best vendors for your needs and negotiate with them to get the best prices.

Cultivating Relationships With Vendors Opens a World of Opportunity

When managed correctly, the relationship with a key vendor is a powerful partnership you can work together to enhance.

Should You Consider Hiring a Crowdfunding Consultant?

These advisers can be invaluable members of your team, or a complete waste of money. Ask these questions before making a decision.

4 Tips for Persuading People by Listening to Them

The more a person feels they were heard, the more memorable they find what you said to them.

Dave Mattson

How to Find the Most Fascinating People on LinkedIn

So Barbara Walters created her list of 2014's most fascinating people. Here's an overview by another Walters, a publicist with ideas how to maximize this social-media tool to your benefit in 2015.

Evaluate New Vendors That Will Help the Business Expand

Working with others is all about building relationships, and the process of selecting service providers should be focused on finding those who will connect with executives and the company as a whole and stick around for the long haul.

Adi Vaxman