Using technology to attack structural inefficiencies in the market for automobile transportation.
Politicians of both parties claim to support small business–but if that’s so, here’s what they should really do.
Companies large and small are always searching for the product or idea that will become The Next Big Thing, but inspiration may be closer than you think.
Is cowardice the worst characteristic a leader can have?
Driver fatigue accounts for tens of thousands of crashes a year, and millions of drivers admit to dozing being the wheel on a regular basis. Still others are simply oblivious of their bad driving habits. They brake too hard, …
If you’re thinking about a pay-per-click or search advertising campaign, selecting the right keywords is the most important part.
It’s been a tough five years for the economy and anyone associated with it. The worst recession and bear market since the 1930s. Shrinking nest eggs. Mass layoffs. Chronic unemployment and underemployment. And those lucky enough to have jobs can find themselves burdened by fear of job loss and the pressure to “do more with less.”
Icelanders are more than twice as happy as Americans. Here’s what your business can learn from them.
The goal of any business – small or otherwise – is to grow, but growth can bring with it unexpected headaches.
One of the scariest things for an entrepreneur is the fear that someone might steal your idea. While you can’t completely eliminate the threat of intellectual property theft, there are some basic steps you can take to protect yourself.
As an entrepreneur, you typically want to do it all yourself, but there comes a time when you need to turn over some responsibilities to someone else. In fact, that should be your goal if you want your company to grow.
Here’s how to handle employees when a kick in the rear is more appropriate than a pat on the back.