In business, it’s the unexamined things that often get you, the problems or practices that you may have overlooked or were in denial about. Here are two potential pitfalls to think about.
Not all entrepreneurs are born leaders. Some may just be people with great ideas who were thrust into leadership positions when they launched their own company.
In New York and New Jersey, much of the cost of Superstorm Sandy will depend on how long electricity — and the subway — remain out.
Making the wrong hire can be costly, so you want to make sure you do everything you can to get it right.
If you’ve never heard an outrageous excuse for missing work, you haven’t been a manager for very long. But here are a few from CareerBuilder that just might top the charts
Here’s a number to ponder: 84 percent of small businesses that use mobile marketing techniques report an increase in new business for their efforts.
It seems like smart just-in-time staffing: You hire for big projects and then let people go when they wrap up. But here’s why it hurts more than it helps.
The sample sale is one of those classic New York experiences: an exhilarating mix of rarefied luxury and down-and-dirty bargain hunting. Lovers of haute couture line up at some unglamorous hour for the privilege of fighting in a …
You might not have a hiring department or recruiters on speed dial, but you can still compete for top talent with a little work.
It’s a phrase that’s been used a little too much in recent years, but a new book offers ways to “do more with less” that might be worth considering.
Nothing can sink your small business faster than an unexpected disaster, so you need to be prepared. And disaster recovery preparation is easier than you think.
As a small business, you don’t have an unlimited marketing and advertising budget, so you’re probably not reaching all the customers or markets you could. That’s where an alliance with a partner can help.