If you are running your business with one or more partners, having a clear and complete partnership agreement in place is essential for those moments when the group doesn’t quite see eye to eye. The post 7 Things Every Partnership Agreement...Show More Summary
Members of our small business community have advice on planning for your company or brand's future. Check out what they're saying in this week's small business community news and information roundup.
Kick starting a successful yoga business isn’t all about flexibility - it takes a lot of research and dedication to find your place in the industry.
Bob Benmosche is credited with helping turn around AIG and pay back its bailout debt. His book, Good for the Money, is his account of the saga
Anyone who grew up before the 2000s has probably heard their fair share of jokes about Skodas, and how prone they were to breakdowns. Anyone who grew up after the 2000s would probably raise an eyebrow at that. The company, which hasShow More Summary
It wouldn’t be fair to call Nat Parker an “accidental entrepreneur.” Parker’s more like a late-blooming, problem-solving, civic-minded business founder. The 38-old from Portland, Oregon is the CEO of Moovel North America, a company that came into existence after the German car maker Daimler AG bought Parker’s startup GlobalSherpa. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — Whatever it means that when you type “sabrina p” into Google and “Sabrina Pasterski” pops up first, next year’s Silicon Valley Comic Con has ratified it. Pasterski is billed right behind William Shatner, former astronaut...Show More Summary
SEATTLE — What do you name a book about the aging process? Aegis Living Co-founder Dwayne Clark, calls his latest book, “Grapes to Raisins.” “That’s just the working title,” he says with a laugh about the book he is co-writing with Dr. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco-based Bank of the West is often overshadowed by California’s two banking behemoths, Bank of America and Wells Fargo, but changes lie ahead for Bank of the West as a new CEO takes the reins. Nandita Bakhshi...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — Burlingame-based digital health company Breathometer received its big break the old-fashioned way: In front of millions of viewers and five celebrity investors on a television show. The company’s appearance on ABC’s Shark...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — Shares of social media platform Twitter surged more than 20 percent in morning trading Friday on reports that the company will soon receive a formal bid from a high-profile suitor, according to CNBC. Possible contenders...Show More Summary
SEATTLE — Many are calling Nick Huzar’s startup, OfferUp, the Puget Sound region's only "unicorn," a title bestowed on a privately held startup worth more than $1 billion. Initially, unicorns were rare. Now, there are dozens around the...Show More Summary
Just about anyone who has been responsible for leading a group of employees has asked themselves this question: Am I good boss, or a bad one? To answer correctly, you need to be honest about your own abilities and impact and the quiz below from Headway Capital can help. Show More Summary
LinkedIn is done playing games. Instead, the world's largest social network for professionals just announced a major new expansion of its initial foray into the gig economy, making it clear the site is serious about moving beyond its...Show More Summary
CHICAGO — Naperville teen entrepreneur Trisha Prabhu's anti-bullying tech ReThink asks students to reconsider the messages they send on social media. It's an innovative idea that's captured a lot of attention: she's exhibited at theShow More Summary
Our true nature, who we inherently are, is expressed in all that we do. Yet most of us live without an awareness of this truth, and the practice of expressing who we naturally are becomes difficult to realize. Instead, we find our selves striving, pushing, giving up; actions driven by our confusion over who we naturally are. When … Read More
As we enter the first days of Autumn it’s easier to think about things like jingle bells and snowflakes. If you are a small business owner who wants to end 2016 with a BANG, then it is essential that you start planning your holiday campaign now. Show More Summary
When you're inundated with customer requests, create a business case to determine whether you will fulfill them or not. Never, ever ignore them however.
When industry greats come together with today's cutting edge innovators, their rich history of lessons learned can benefit all of us.