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Creating a website can be a pricey proposition for a small business. There are grants out there that can fund website development, but the competition is fierce — and the grants often come with strings attached.
Many companies that used to have dedicated business servers are now switching to cloud-based storage solutions. But cloud computing isn't for everyone, so take a few minutes to read this article before you shut down that server.
Improving Google rankings is an obsession for many businesses, and for good reason — it leads to more clicks, which leads to more customers. What can you do to beef up that all-important ranking?
Companies that have shareholders can be publicly held or privately held. Learn how privately and publicly held companies are different in this article.
When you're starting your own business, there are a lot of financial factors to consider. You can't measure your success based simply on how much you sell. All profit, you see, isn't exactly equal.
Want to make lots of money? What are you willing to do for it? Some people work hard and network their way to the top; others lie, cheat, steal and trample over the rights of ordinary people. Here are 10 egregious examples of corporate malfeasance.
By Josh Clark
Wireless devices enable workaholics to work while they vacation at the beach and slackers to slack, surfing the Internet at the office. How else does technology affect the way we work?
By Jane McGrath
Online services are popular, but how useful are they? Can electronic scheduling really improve a company's productivity and save it time and money?
It's no surprise that companies are looking for new ways to keep their employees on task. So why are so many organizations turning to the Internet to do it?
Globalization is a hot word in the business world. Today you've got to be able to do business world-wide. So how do you work with people on the other side of the globe?