Entrepreneurial

How much money do I need for my startup?

By Guest Contributor
August 12, 2011

– Tim Berry is the president and founder of Palo Alto Software. This post originally appeared on his blog, “Planning, Startups, Stories”. The views expressed are his own. –

Online freelance industry gaining momentum

August 11, 2011

Amid the overload of economic doom and gloom, one subset of the workforce seems to be fairing rather well: online freelancers whose services range from graphic design to business writing.

Small business owners turn to pawn shops

By Guest Contributor
August 10, 2011

– Cynthia Hsu is a contributor to FindLaw’s Free Enterprise blog. FindLaw is a Thomson Reuters publication. –

10 reasons not to seek investors for your startup

By Guest Contributor
August 8, 2011

– Tim Berry is the president and founder of Palo Alto Software. This post originally appeared on his blog, “Planning, Startups, Stories”. The views expressed are his own. –

Forcing employees to take time off

By Guest Contributor
August 6, 2011

– Cynthia Hsu is a contributor to FindLaw’s Free Enterprise blog. FindLaw is a Thomson Reuters publication. –

Bakery pushes own brand after years of white-label production

August 5, 2011

One way to counter the effects of the recession is to start a retail brand. That’s what entrepreneur Karen Trilevsky did.

Creditors’ rights: 5 tips on how to collect debts

By Guest Contributor
August 4, 2011

– Stephanie Rabiner is a contributor to FindLaw’s Free Enterprise blog. FindLaw is a Thomson Reuters publication. This article originally appeared here. –

Putting a new spin on BYOB

July 27, 2011

Kirsten Quigley, left, and Cristina Bourelly of Lunchskins

Startup 3greenmoms wants you to BYOB, and they’re not talking about booze.

In a move that taps demand for sustainable products, the Potomac, Maryland-based company markets a variety of reusable storage bags that replace the ubiquitous plastic baggies consumers use and throw out in staggering proportions.

When the bull’s eye lands on your business

July 22, 2011

– George F. Brown, Jr. is a business strategy consultant specializing in business-to-business growth issues. Reuters spoke to him about the topic of a new book he co-authored, CoDestiny: Overcome Your Growth Challenges by Helping Your Customers Overcome Theirs (Greenleaf Book Group). –

Boomer sees business in discarded mannequins

By Guest Contributor
July 22, 2011

Kara Ohngren is a writer and editor at SecondAct. This article originally appeared here. The views expressed are her own. –