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By: Dale McIntyre

Four strategies to reach a new demographic without changing what current customers already love about your company.

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By: Mike Kappel

Knowing how much debt you have will tell you how profitable you could be.

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By: The Oracles

Here's how to prepare for the next economic collapse.

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By: Venturer

Plus, Facebook acquires an app that is all about compliments and Pluto TV gets a $5 million investment.

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By: Sujan Patel

"You don't find customers for your products. You find products for your customers," Seth Grodin has written. So, what's your product?

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By: Heather R. Huhman

Before becoming president, Donald Trump had one. Why don't you?

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By: Jonathan Long

In fact, millennial entrepreneurs love building communities.

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By: Scott Langdon

Wow them with skill sets businesses need to get started.

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By: Jayson DeMers

If not, which one is more important?

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By: Nina Zipkin

Is the idea outlandish? Sure, but the companies seemed to have leaned into the silliness with a decent amount of success.

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By: Matthew Turner

Some 163 entrepreneurs shared the mistakes they'd made with this contributor; now he's sharing how you can avoid making them yourself.

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By: Karima Mariama-Arthur

When everything goes sideways without warning is when you find out who really is a leader and who just happens to be boss.

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By: Glassdoor

The traditional nine-to-five, Monday-through-Friday schedule does not work for everyone anymore.

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By: Business Rockstars

John Paul DeJoria is the co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems, PatrĂ³n Spirits and ROK Mobile.

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By: Amantha Imber

Employees were tasked instead with actually doing the work they were originally hired to do.

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By: Andrea Huspeni

In our upcoming episode of 'Tough Love Tuesday,' the woman behind the namesake beauty brand will share what it takes to get a tribe of people to adore your company.

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By: Patrick Carone

Whatever your needs, we've got the ride for you.

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By: Stephen DiFranco

An insider's look into the most exciting new partnerships of the year

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By: Lydia Belanger

Boxed is one company that's playing the long game when it comes to boosting efficiency with automation.

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By: Matthew McCreary

Everything you need to know about starting a business.

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By: Skillcrush

Freelancing -- especially in tech -- can allow you to work anywhere with an internet connection.

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By: Stephen J. Bronner

Linda Appel Lipsius is the co-founder of Teatulia, a brand that may as well be millennial bait, but challenges abound.

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By: Dan Kenary

The founder of Harpoon beer explains how it is the experiences with friends and loved ones that inspired him to open his brewery.

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By: Felena Hanson

Corporations complain there is not enough talent, even as they ignore work environments that drive away women in their career prime.

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By: Greg Rollett

Get your videos where your target audience can see them.

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By: Syed Balkhi

Understanding and working with the requirements of journalists covering your industry will go a long way toward increasing your company's visibility.

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By: Jody B. Miller

Employees who take steps to reduce stress are happier and healthier at work and home.

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By: Kimanzi Constable

You have to be in it for the long run, even when you're afraid you'll go broke in the short run.

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By: Lewis Howes

In this podcast episode, Lewis Howes meets with professional poker player Fedor Holz.

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By: Jenny Wolfram

That $50 purse isn't really a Louis Vuitton but the people who sold it are are real criminals.

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By: Rose Leadem

Having a distinct and recognizable brand voice can really give your business a boost.

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By: Debra Benton

Avoiding conflict only causes more issues.

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By: Marc Wayshak

Say yes to face-to-face meetings with the power players.

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By: Emily Conklin

These quick fixes can elevate your communication skills to the next level.

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By: Jessica Abo

Sherry Lansing sits down with Jessica Abo to discuss her trailblazing career, why she started her foundation and what it was like to allow a journalist to write a book about her life.

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By: Due

One of the keys to any successful business, regardless of its size, is innovation.

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Small Business Trends
By: Small Business Editor

Check out the companies making headlines for small businesses this week in our news and information roundup.

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By: Aaron Agius

For the entrepreneurs with a big vision and a small budget.

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By: Peter Gasca

Digital currencies have surpassed some well-known companies in size, fundamentally changing commerce for all businesses.

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By: Jason Saltzman

When you start a business, you wake up every day not knowing what you're about to do.

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By: Per Bylund

Rather than a threat, the rise of more intelligent machines represents an opportunity to disrupt the economic status quo through automation.

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By: Jonathan Segal

Men are disproportionately in positions of leadership. They have a special obligation to battle sexual harassment.

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By: Ping Jiang

Young, rapidly growing populations and internet reach make a number of nations solid bets for savvy investors looking to find the next big thing.

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By: Jonathan Herrick

Ace your rebranding efforts by incorporating data about customers, competitors and yourself.

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By: Andrew Medal

More organizations are experimenting with cash-free solutions. Here's how bartering may drive the future of B2B commerce.

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By: Mike Duffy

Companies are bracing for cyber attacks that use those companies' own system tools against them -- and keep their IT professionals up at night.

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By: Dana Loberg

From the outside, these two worlds look completely different but they are really rather similar.

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By: Jill Schiefelbein

The unexpected benefits available on the not-so glamorous side of entrepreneurship.