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The greatest invention in the world is nothing without the proper intellectual property protections. Here's how to prevent copycats from ripping off your idea.
Despite wide stock market swings, small business owners should not fear October surprises in 2014
The Facebook co-founder and his wife cited their 'responsibility to help out wherever we see a need.'
Disruptive players in the market often report launching with many detractors and zero support.
The NFIB optimism index fell as small business owners cut back on their plans to spend.
Coding isn't just for the super geeks anymore - it's super valuable for any business professional!
As Google continues phasing out their social network, marketers need an exit plan.
Take a page from the search giant's philosophies on hiring, design, and company culture.
Dyslexia can be a crippling learning disability--but it can also help nurture traits essential to being an entrepreneur.
Reputation management isn't a cure-all for having a bad online reputation, it's important to make sure you're getting to the root of the problem.
High deductibles and confusion about what's covered suggest that the Affordable Care Act still has a long way to go.
Everything can be a story -- you've just got to tell it.
Here is what it'll take to start your startup, prepare today!
As more push to recast the holiday on the second Monday of October, business mull how to navigate the changing currents.
The midterm elections are just three weeks away. We break down the biggest issues for small business.
Japan has followed Europe's lead on a citizen's "right to be forgotten," ordering Google to remove unflattering search results.
Start quick. Don't spend much. Learn as you go.
A successful pitch is all about being prepared. It's not as superficial as being able to "outpitch" someone; it's about having the groundwork laid out and seizing opportunities.
The founder of Brooklyn Brewery talks about the only segment of the U.S. beer industry that's growing--craft beer.
Growing fast enough to get on the Inc. 5000 once is a feat. But making the list again (and again)? It's not as unusual for these super-star companies as you might think.