Execution is everything in entrepreneurship. But often your state of mind -- or perhaps more accurately, how you think -- will help determine what products or services you'll create and industries you'll disrupt. More »How Entrepreneurs Think Differently and You Should Too
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As U.S. fast-food workers continue to strike over wages, concerns build about what a wage hike might do to franchise owners and consumers. More »What Raising Workers' Pay Would Mean for Franchise Owners, Consumers
No one wants families to suffer, or go hungry or not receive fair pay for the quality of their skill. But that's not what these protests are about, writes Ray Hennessey. More »5 Reasons the Fast-Food Worker Protests Are Off Base
In the fast-paced world of tech, the last thing you want to do is fall behind on the latest terminology. Here's a rundown of what to know now. More »From 'Phablet' to 'Selfie,' 12 New Tech Buzzwords Entrepreneurs Should Know
Co-founder of nonprofit Practice Makes Perfect dishes on what he wished he would have known before joining an accelerator. More »Why Joining an Accelerator Isn't for Every Startup
What high turnover costs your business and how to get your employees to be more engaged in their work. More »The Real Cost of Unhappy Employees (Infographic)
The Yankees have weathered the scandal brought on by their All Star third baseman. Here's how you can deal with problem employees, too. More »A-Rod Drama: 3 Tips for Managing Difficult Employees
Every time you are tempted to fire an employee, use it as an opportunity to look in the mirror and learn. The fact that an employee isn't performing according to your expectations may not be his problem, but yours. More »10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Letting an Employee Go
Stay calm: It may not be an audit. Get some professional tax advice, gather up your records and respond, says tax expert Barbara Weltman. More »What To Do If You Receive a 1099-K Notice From the IRS
Freshfully started as a virtual marketplace for finding local food. When connecting buyers with their farm-fresh fare proved tricky, the Alabama startup shifted to a traditional street-side model. More »A Foodie Startup Nixes Web for Brick-and-Mortar Shop
With J. Crew debuting a new catalog on Pinterest and MTV announcing its Video Music Award nominees on Instagram and Vine, it seems relying solely on press releases is a strategy of the past. More »How to Make Company Announcements in Buzzworthy Ways
If you're thinking of becoming the owner of any franchise someday, there's an important lesson contained in what's currently going on with this fast-food giant. More »Do Angry McDonald's Franchisees Have a Leg to Stand On?
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