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What Stuxnet Means for Small Business

Cybercrime in general and Stuxnet in specific presents clear financial threats to you and your business.

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The 4 Ps of Luxury Branding

Our 1920s flying machines pre-dated the Four Ps of marketing, but those marketing points were still integral for growing our business.

Surprising Items That Criminal Recyclers Are After

From the $2,300-an-ounce metal inside your car to high-school seats, discover what unexpected items thieves are trading into recycling centers for cash.

Best Money Tips: Foods You Shouldn't Refreeze

Today we found some great articles on foods you shouldn’t refreeze after thawing, unexpected ways to use honey, and personal finance for lazy people.

Is Now the Time to Start Your Own Business?

You know you want to start a business...but when? Ask yourself these questions to help decide if you're ready.

7 Facebook Updates That Are Making You Look Stupid

Facebook is a fun way to share with friends — and their friends, and total strangers. Avoid these Facebook faux pas and keep your profile sharp.

Why Entrepreneurs Should Care About Google Suggest

Google's new auto-complete search function might seem neat...until it starts scaring away your customers.

Beat Back the Zombies: 4 Ways to Avoid Sleep Deprivation

Seventy percent of Americans don't get enough sleep. Follow these suggestions to ensure you're not one of them.

10 Tips from Bootstrapping Entrepreneurs

From finding customers to staying on top of marketing, these tips from experienced entrepreneurs can help you avoid common new-business pitfalls.

The Value of a Degree in Entrepreneurship

Depending on your situation, a degree in entrepreneurship could be a waste of money or the root of your success. Here's how to decide if it's right for you.

How to Always Be on Time

Planning to leave early won't necessarily make you punctual. Here's how to really ensure you're there when you should be, every time.

How to Solve Common Business Problems

Hoping for a better run organization won't lead to one. Take a hard look at your business and start making improvements, one by one.

10 Tricks to Keeping Personal and Business Finances Apart

Keeping your personal finances separate from your business finances isn't always easy. But if you aren't careful, it may cost you.

How Local Zoning Laws Affect Home-Based Businesses

Before you hang your shingle outside your home-based business, check your local zoning regulations to make sure that shingle is legal.

3 Options To Help Business Owners Catch Up On Retirement Savings

Boost your retirement savings while reducing your tax liability by taking advantage of these retirement planning strategies.

5 Steps To Giving Feedback Without Sounding Mean

Follow a few simple guidelines to take the sting out of constructive criticism.

8 Personal Finance Moves You Can Make While Jogging

Personal finance while jogging? With apps that make managing money easier than ever, fitness time can also be personal finance time.

Hiring the Best: Go Beyond Asking Questions in an Interview

The next time you hire a new employee, skip the interview and play chess instead.

7 Business Lessons from Undercover Boss

Undercover Boss is more than a marketing tool for profiled businesses and broadcaster CBS. It's educational programming for entrepreneurs and small business owners.