You are hereHome > Feed aggregator > Sources > Entrepreneur.com Latest Headlines
You should have most of your planning done by now, but here are some small details that should help you get more customers and make them happier.
Categories: Entrepreneur News, Top News Stories
This Veterans Day, franchisee Andrew Mason is creating customized energy-management plans in Oklahoma City.
Own a small local business? Manipulate Google and SEO to your advantage for top spots in web searches.
This is the largest acquisition in Expedia's history.
Personal endorsements power a consumer lending network.
The founder of a startup offering jet-setters unlimited flights says simplifying customer service is the best luxury for his target market.
Creating a hostile atmosphere is the last thing you want to do when delivering feedback to a team member -- on the playing field or in the office.
Kim and Greg Johnson of Santa Cruz are grateful that franchisor support helped their business survive the recession, unlike area independent car shops.
Teams achieve more for leaders who look for opportunities to praise employees.
Use the D.O.V.E technique, and watch your great idea transform into a viable business for the long term.
After appearing on Shark Tank, I had the chance to chat with Barbara Corcoran. Here's what I learned.
What if we told you that you actually have enough time to "do it all"? Would you believe us? You will after reading what this expert has to say about working smart.
These days, image is everything, and the proper use of Facebook and Twitter is more important than ever for entrepreneurs.
Negligible costs to start a business and unlimited room to scale make the Internet the ultimate gold rush.
Creating a world-class soccer team involves a similar process for becoming a successful entrepreneur.
In which we unzip the up-and-down origins of the little mechanical wonder that keeps your pants from falling down.
Being your own boss has an intoxicating lure but to succeed you have to stay clear headed.
Have you ever considered putting down your expectations on paper?
A fitness goods store decision to close on Black Friday shows how committed it is to its own mission. This is great business.
And while you do, keep an eye on the legal implications, both pro and con for your company.
Tweets by @USMBDA