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Business Travel Blues? 3 Tips For Coping With a Fear of Flying

Business air travel is stressful--especially in light of recent events. Here are some ways to make your next trip a smooth one.

What the Ziploc Bag Can Teach Us About Innovation

The ubiquitous, indispensable Ziploc wasn't created overnight. Like most meaningful innovations, it took a patience and persistence that many entrepreneurs overlook.

5 Worst Things to Have Your Intern Do

An intern does not equate to free labor, although it seems like a lot of companies think that's the case.

What it Takes to Get To $100 Million in Revenue

Make sure you avoid the pitfalls that often stop companies before they reach critical mass.

How to Build a Strong Company Culture

If you're not intentional about building your company culture, it will build itself--and that's a bad thing.

Today in Small Business: Yelp Video

Ten things American have stopped buying. Why dollar stores are struggling. And why the economy grows faster under Democratic presidents.

45 Standalone eCommerce Carts for Your Website

When creating an e-commerce website, one of the must-have items is a standalone shopping cart. After all, how will your customers buy your products if they have nothing to put them in? Many may think that integrating a cart into your site is really hard work and requires a lot of programming. Show More Summary

Colorful 'Pawn Star Plaza' Planned for Downtown Vegas

By adding stores and restaurants, Gold & Silver co-owner Rick Harrison hopes to rejuvenate the area surrounding his famous shop.

Smartphone-connected debit card teaches kids how to take care of their finances

UK-based Osper is a prepaid debit card for pocket money that gives 8-18 year olds independence while providing parents with tools to track their spending.

Drowning in Debt: One-Third of Americans Facing Collection Agencies

A new study shows that Americans are behind on their credit card, hospital, and even cellphone bills.

Why Teaching Is Such a Sexy Way to Sell

Everyone knows that today you must educate if you want to build trust. But, teaching what you know how to do is also a powerful way to go beyond trust to closing more deals.

Hire Employees Who Complement You, Not Who Resemble You

As an entrepreneur, you have specific skills that make you successful. But as your company grows, you need to hire employees with complementary skills.

Is It Time for Your Business to Bail from Facebook?

With Facebook dramatically reducing the organic reach, is it time to look to other social media networks?

How to Keep Up with Constantly Changing Technology

Small business expert Denise O'Berry shares two steps to help you keep your business up to date with the fast pace of changing technology.

Startup Uses Facebook to Sell Cotton Candy for a Cause

Tasha Kornegay launched her startup, Oscar William’s Gourmet Cotton Candy, less than a year ago. But she’s already recouped her original investment 20 times over. And there’s one tool she credits with that success – social media. The...Show More Summary

Lego-style building blocks could be the future of architecture

Kite Bricks wants to create buildings more quickly and cheaply by using concrete blocks that slot together like Lego.

A New Reason to Get More Sleep

As if being tired and grouchy isn't bad enough, new research shows a lack of sleep could have bigger consequences.

Marshall Goldsmith: Thank People for Giving You Input

The next step on Goldmsmith's transformational process involves putting away your ego and accepting input from your all relevant sources.

Why Small Businesses Forget to Look at Data

Sageworks founder Brian Hamilton talks about why small business owners often neglect the wealth of data at their fingertips.

15 Super-easy Ways to Collect Email Addresses

You have to nurture an opt-in email list and grow it over time. Here's how.

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