BravoTV debuted a new reality show based on startups, but the format is more frat party than computer geek. More »3 Rookie Entrepreneurial Mistakes from 'Start-Ups: Silicon Valley'
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Using your business to do social good is an excellent way to get involved in the community and use your entrepreneurial powers to affect change. Here are 5 tips for launching a cause-related campaign that makes an impact. More »5 Tips to Boost Your Next Cause Marketing Campaign’s Reach
How Eric Casaburi's Retro Fitness and Let's Yo! franchise systems bounced back after the superstorm. More »How One Franchise Owner Got His Businesses Running After Hurricane Sandy
If culture is the source of service, as Nick Friedman believes, then the question for CEOs is this: How do you create a winning company culture on day 1? More »How to Build a Strong Company Culture, From the Inside Out
Making a million dollars on your home computer isn't realistic, but entrepreneurial types who want some extra pocket change this holiday season can definitely make a few dollars online if they know where to look.
More »10 (Vetted) Ways to Make Some Extra Cash Online
Owners of home-based businesses often fail to establish proper boundaries between their work and personal lives. Here's how to get it right the first time. More »8 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business From Home
Split-testing is a great way to collect data and make informed decisions about your startup website -- assuming you know how to parse that data and use it wisely. More »5 Things to Know Before Split-Testing Your Startup Website
The last thing a startup founder needs is a team member who doesn't play to win. Here's how to spot (and keep) positive, productive talent in your company.
More »How to Hire Enthusiastic and Productive Startup Talent
Michael Margolis had it all -- until he and his then-wife and business partner broke up, leaving their company in shambles. Here's how he recovered, step by step. More »3 Steps to Reinvent Yourself After a Disastrous Business Mistake
Starting a new business is scary compared to, say, working a desk job. But you're not alone -- and embracing your new normal is the first step.
More »Starting Up? How to Conquer the 3 Big Challenges You’ll Face
Kiasu is a concept from the Hokkien Chinese dialect that means “fear of losing.” Singaporeans often describe themselves this way, and “it goes deep into the culture,” said Hugh Mason, cofounder of the Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI).
More »Defying Confucius: Entrepreneurs Struggle With Fear of Failure in Asia
What do you need to know today about starting -- and growing -- your very own online small business? More »Five tactics from great online small businesses to use when getting started
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