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Business management explores how businesses are run and the issues they face. Whether you're an entrepreneur or are curious about different business models, these articles will answer some of the most common questions about the world of business.

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Many telecommuting agencies are looking for dedicated workers. Learn about telecommuting employment agencies in this article.

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Building a network marketing business can utilize your gift of the gab while earning you a small fortune. Learn about how to build a network marketing business in this article.

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Starting an online magazine isn't all that hard. Learn how to start an online magazine in this article.

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Do you want to know how to win over coworkers? Learn how to win over coworkers in this article.

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You'd like to wire money overseas, but don't know how to do it. Learn about how to wire money in this article.

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If you want to earn extra income at home, consider stuffing envelopes. Read this article to learn how to work from home stuffing envelopes.

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When writing a bill of sale, include contact information for the buyer and the seller, a description of the item being sold and all payment information. Learn how to write a bill of sale in this article.

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Posting an ad on Craigslist can help you sell a car or place your house on the market. Learn about how to post an ad on Craigslist in this article.

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Would you like to start a cleaning business with no money? Learn how to start a cleaning business with no money in this article.

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A cupcake business is a tasty, fun business to start. Learn how to start a cupcake business in this article.

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If you want to start a group home business, find a location, get licensed, find funding, hire staff, and finally, fill your home with residents. Learn how to start a group home business in this article.

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When making an employee check stub, include check information, work hours, deductions and salary information. Learn how to make employee check stubs in this article.

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There are many ways to measure a company's success, but did you know that there are also many ways to measure those benchmarks? Here are five methods that businesses use to measure one: cash flow.

By Dave Roos

The key to evaluating any business venture is to determine its profitability. Learn about how to determine profitability in this article.

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How you fill out a job application can make the difference between whether or not you get the job. This article shows you how to fill out a job application correctly.

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There are many ways to analyze the financial strength of a company -- some more accurate than others. Is EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) the purest measure of a company's cash flow, or the easiest figure to fudge?

By Dave Roos

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.

By Stephanie Watson

It's possible to start a business with no money. Learn how to start a business with no money in this article.

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If you'd like to start a radio station you'll need to apply for a permit, decide how much power you need, buy the equipment and recruit broadcasters. Learn how to start a radio station in this article.

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You'd like to make flyers and just pay for the printing. Learn about how to make a flyer in this article.

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Modern earnings reports are far more than a series of simple columns and a profit number. Today, companies try to spin their earnings, and calculating OIBDA is but one way to do it. But how accurate is this mysterious number?

By Dave Roos

It may not seem that way all the time, but professional athletes are generally worth every penny they make -- except when agents and general managers hand out overpriced contracts like candy. Here are 10 of the worst.

By Dave Roos

There's a lot of inventiveness and innovation in the advertising world these days. So much, in fact, that you could find amazing ad campaigns in places you've never been, for products you've never heard of. Here are 10 of the most awesome examples.

By Josh Clark

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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.

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Surely you've seen one or two infomercials that promise you can make millions by selling stuff online. But like most of those late-night offers, it seems too good to be true. So, is it possible to make a fortune selling things on eBay or other online stores?

By Matt Sailor