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[ 0 ] Nov. 1, 2009

Start Your Own Recession-Resistant Lawn Care Enterprise.

The lawn maintenance industry is proving to be recession-resilient. It takes in 10 to 20 billion dollars annually. What’s exciting in the category is eco-friendly techniques and tools that are providing entrepreneurs with opportunities to make money while helping the environment. The EPA estimates 5-10% of the nation’s air pollution comes from the small engines […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2009

September 2009 On Sale Now!

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[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2009

Your Bottom Line

Your business was running pretty smoothly – sales growing and profits growing, too – and then the credit crunch hit, someone said the “R” word and everything started slowing down almost overnight. Most troubling of all, your customers have been paying you later and later, as if they are using your money to fill their […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2009

American Idol

With a knack for having his pulse on creating innovative, quality-built products that people need, legendary entrepreneur David Oreck has done it again. Best known as the face of the company he founded in 1963, the Oreck Corporation, Mr. Oreck is a pioneering eco-preneur who brought us lightweight vacuums with advanced filters, the world’s only […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2009

July 2009 On Sale Now!

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[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2009

Home Sweet Rental Home

Yes you can cut the expenses associated with owning a vacation home, without driving away renters. HomeAway.com’s Christine Karpinski explains how to put your seaside cottage or rustic mountain cabin on a budget. “You don’t have to make major changes to cut costs in your rental property this year,” says Karpinski, director of Owner Community […]

[ 0 ] Jul. 1, 2009

Easy, Fast & Run

If you are one of the millions of hard-working Americans that have lost your job in the past few months, take heart. You can earn an income in a way you might not have considered: start your own business. Many of the manufacturing jobs have been sent to Asia and Brazil, and the service industry […]

[ 0 ] May. 1, 2009

May 2009 On Sale Now!

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[ 0 ] May. 1, 2009

Land Of Opportunity

The land of opportunity seems pretty, well, barren these days. As the country reels from our stock market roller-coaster ride and our government scrambles to make a $700 billion financial sector bailout plan work, small business owners everywhere are wondering if they stand a chance of surviving (to say nothing of thriving). Michael Masterson and […]

[ 0 ] May. 1, 2009

Caring Concern

In the vast machinery of the American workplace, Patricia Maisano was a vital cog. A registered nurse by training and an expert in case management, Maisano started her own consulting firm outside Philadelphia in 1991, assisting insurance companies, major corporations and unions in disability case management. Maisano was extremely successful—but having served on various boards […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2009

March 2009 On Sale Now!

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[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2009

Tragedy to Triumph

Adapt or die is the mantra in evolution, and so it is in the evolution of the small business communities in regions hardest hit by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Katrina slammed the New Orleans Region on August 29, 2005, followed less than a month later by Hurricane Rita, which made landfall on September 24, 2005. […]

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