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Why one business owner thinks "Shark Tank" is terrible for businesses. There will be no Internet sales tax for another year. And nine reasons business owners hate the holidays.
She and her team were rejected by 90 investors before they managed to raise investment capital.
A senior in college, Daniel Fine is already managing a company with 10 employees.
Why aren't these video stores dead? Amazon introduces a make-an-offer service. And a study puts a price on fake advertising clicks.
As for driving revenue on the app, the company has set no goals. What it wants is to inspire "loves" and comments from its growing number of followers.
The last thing most entrepreneurs need as a new year begins is a set of goals that are really just soon-to-be broken promises. A better idea? Solve a vexing problem.
Building a better jockstrap. Apple names its top apps of 2014. Could Philadelphia become an East Coast energy hub?
Alex Blumberg concluded that he had the skills as a producer to start a business and create shows for profit. He is chronicling his progress in podcast called "StartUp."
We had an offer on the table that I thought was acceptable — in fact, I accepted it. But it turned out I had a lot to learn about how businesses are sold.
A Detroit burger restaurant pays $15 an hour -- and makes money. How businesses can manage holiday parties. And how one business owner responded to an antigay request.
Over time, our pricing evolved into a tier system: Tier 1 is the higher profit work, Tier 2 is lower profit. Our discount-seeker is Tier 2.
Starbucks plans a new chain of coffee shops for those who thought Starbucks coffee was too inexpensive. Four studies show that the Affordable Care Act is working "incredibly well." And here is how to deal with a toxic employee.
Health care costs grew at the slowest rate in 2013 since 1960. There is $1.99 gas in Oklahoma City. And search engine optimization mistakes that are easy to make.
Delia Viader, who started her winery in 1986, had fire insurance but feared the payout would take months, if not years, and probably wouldn’t cover her losses.
And an increasing number of entrepreneurs have concluded that business plans take too long to write and become outdated too quickly.
Private-sector hiring fell shy of estimates in November. There is big business in ugly Christmas sweaters. And the value of the world's largest truffle.
To a business owner, few things are more alluring than recurring revenue.
A bakery in Ferguson, Mo., raises $250,000 through crowdfunding. How to avoid making rookie legal mistakes. And French business owners stage protests across the country.
What would Deming say about those unfinished parts sitting around on a pallet?
How do you hire the person who may one day be your advocate at a foreign hospital?