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The budget cutting begins. New home sales are up, manufacturing is up, even music sales are growing. How to get the most from YouTube. And do you let employees work from home?
The owner of a kitchen and bathroom remodeling company asks where he should put his marketing dollars. Social media? Google AdWords? Or print and radio?
The program could be a model for the private section as well.
During a conversation with the owner, I asked why he decided to introduce this new line. After I asked the question, there was dead silence.
Why don't more businesses do what worked for Marcus Sheridan?
Five years later, I had three Inc. 500 plaques hanging on my wall -- and I was divorced.
They also consider ways to get a big software project back on track.
Larger companies are reluctant to sign up for Recruiterbox's service without considerable hand-holding. Can the company afford to provide it?
There is one principle we all agree on: always be recruiting!
Headed for 7-Eleven, the shipment of sunglasses will bring Sequoia Licensed Products a much-needed infusion of cash. Oh, thank heaven...
The budget talks continue. Gas prices hit record highs. And someone raises $1.5 million on Kickstarter. Do you think it's evil to recline in an airline seat?
Once a year, Dell invites 10 of its loudest critics on an all-expenses-paid trip to Austin, Tex., to meet with the company.
Maggie Winters, who owns a photography business, thinks she has the coolest job in the world.
The sequester would scale back programs at the S.B.A. According to the administration, loan guarantees would be reduced by $902 million. And the agency told the Senate Appropriations Committee that cuts to its counseling programs would force the agency's partners to turn away at least 33,000 business owners seeking assistance.
If you have business partners, a buy/sell agreement isn't just important -- it's crucial.
Do you settle and move on? Or do you fight?
Last year started well. I decided that rather than wait to see how much money I would have at the end of 2012, I would pay myself a reasonable salary. But sales started to slump after two months, and I ended up stopping my salary in April.
I would bet good money that the recruiting industry will shrink over the next five years because of one company: LinkedIn.
A start-up farm develops an attachment.
A $3 billion surplus? Slower growth in health costs? The top 10 most-taxed cities in America. And is your company planning to make a Harlem Shake video?