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[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2007

Renovation Riches

Mark Loberg was 37 years old when he walked into his boss’s office at a Phoenix car dealership where he had been a top executive. He tossed him his keys and walked out on a six-figure income and almost 20-year career in the auto industry with absolutely no idea of what he was going to […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2007

Web.Preneuring

Web 2.0. You may have heard the phrase, but do you really know what it means? Web 2.0 refers to the second generation of Internet-based services & applications that online businesses use. The second generation is providing services such as social networking sites, wikis, blogs, vlogs, folksonomics, and communication tools that emphasize online cooperation & […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2007

Wheels of Fortune

Amy Birnbaum has been involved in the limousine business since she was a young child, sitting at the dining room table of her North Caldwell, NJ home pulling apart the pinks, yellows and whites from the customer forms her father had brought home. Now, more than 35 years later – and 23 years after she […]

[ 0 ] May. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] May. 1, 2007

Pen-ny Wise Earnings

Brent Reese always had a knack for sales. As President of Courage Trading Company (CTC), Reese draws on his 30 years of experience in manufacturing and marketing many unique products. His latest creation is a line of pens, called “Kooky Klickers,” which is poised to take the U.S. by storm. The pens are geared toward […]

[ 0 ] May. 1, 2007

Serving Up Success

The restaurant industry can be notoriously tough on newcomers, but don’t tell that to Michael Curcio. He could care less, just as his father did when he made a name for himself in the tire industry. Michael Curcio is the CEO and founder of South Florida-based Pyrogrill, a fast-casual restaurant concept specializing in “Mix” entrees […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2007

Minding Your Business

As a consultant working in San Jose, California, in the 1970s, Ted Leverette would sometimes contact business brokers for his clients who were looking to buy a business in a certain industry. While they had many businesses in their inventory, the brokers rarely represented sellers of the types of businesses Leverette’s clients sought. Opportunity knocks. […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2007

Building A Business

Once upon a time, a gentleman by the name of Harry M. Ferer immigrated to Omaha, Nebraska from Russia. The year was 1900. He worked as a chewing gum vendor, a match boy and a bootblack before founding his own typewriter sales, rental and repair business in 1914. Mr. Ferer nurtured his business with honesty, […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] Jan. 1, 2007

Print Like A Pro

By Andrew Field Like many aspects of running a business, a little education and homework on printing options can go a long way towards saving you a heap of time and money. All the elements and decisions that go into printing a quality piece can get fairly complex, from creating the right layout, choosing the […]

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