Stories and lessons from the struggle and success of those who have realized their entrepreneurial dreams whether as first timers or veterans.

Gary C. Smith

Every business has problem inventory; items sitting in a storeroom or warehouse with little or no chance of ever being sold. But a growing number of businesses are taking advantage of an IRS regulation that lets them turn that merchandise into a federal income tax deduction by donating it to charity.

ceo magazine, entrepreneurship
Sean Castrina

Why do some start-ups succeed while some don’t? The statistics range a touch, but most agree that half make it and half don’t. With the payoff being so great--flexibility of schedule and unlimited income potential just to name a few--one would think there would be a more surefire formula for success. It is expensive to go to medical school but you know at the end you are in fact going to be a doctor with all the benefits of that hard work. Of course, entrepreneurship does not offer such a guarantee even with it now becoming so popular in many business schools.

franchise business growth - the ceo magazine
Lisa Druxman

When you are a franchisor, you have one goal. That is to have successful franchisees. When they are successful, we are successful. Here are 5 tips that have helped us grow one of the fastest growing franchises in the country:

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