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  • ClickZen's Teenaged CEO Tells How He Built a $1.5 Million Online Ad Network in 6 Months - Ruchit Shah is sort-of the CEO of online ad network ClickZen.com. He founded the company with a partner this Spring, and handles all of the regular duties of a CEO. It's just that when you're 17, legally you're not allowed to be a CEO of a New York Corporation.
    Publisher: MarketingtoWebMarketers.com     Author: MarketingtoWebMarketers.com   

  • Common Start-Up Expenses of Small Businesses - One of the first things a smart entrepreneur must do is to research on the expense items needed to start a business. Here are the common kinds of startup expenses that most small businesses face.
    Publisher: Power HomeBiz Guides     Author: Jenny Fulbright   

  • Company Builder - Atiq Raza was in position to become CEO of one of Silicon Valley's old-guard giants. But he left to create Raza Foundries, a company that helps build other companies. Just don't call it an incubator.
    Publisher: Fast Company     Author: Bill Breen   

  • Controlled Use of Limited Capital for Start-Ups - Regardless of what kind of business you start, you must have the capital and available time to sustain your business through the first six months of operation.
    Publisher: Power HomeBiz Guides     Author: Isabel M. Isidro   

  • Dan Case's Next Great IPO ( Intellectual Public Offering ) - Dan Case was just 34 years old when he became the CEO of Hambrecht & Quist.Now Case is helping IPO-starved Silicon Valley adjust to the to the new realities of competition, finance, and innovation.
    Publisher: Fast Company     Author: Paul C. Judge   

  • Deep Pockets, Open Mind - Got soy? Scott Lutz and his colleagues at 8th Continent aim to create an innovative player in a fast-growing segment of the food business. The formula: Use the clout of their corporate parents ( DuPont and General Mills ) and the brains of executives who think different.
    Publisher: Fast Company     Author: Linda Tischler   

  • Determining the Price of a Business - Buying a business is the quickest and fastest route to entrepreneurship. However, conflict often reigns during the process of determining its price. Learn some of the common methods of computing the value of a business.
    Publisher: Power HomeBiz Guides     Author: George Rodriguez   

  • Dumb Companies Get Smart - Hung-over venture capitalists, dot-commers, and investors are waking up to the temple-pounding realization that simply putting "i," "e" or "dot-com" on the front door doesn’t replace business basics.
    Publisher: Business 2.0     Author: Cathy Benko   

  • Entrepreneurs: Will They Stay or Will They Go? - Small start-up or multinational corporation. Employee or founder. Organizational structure and individual roles affect the rate at which new organizations are founded and who starts them.
    Publisher: Capital Ideas     Author: Stanislav D. Dobrev   

  • Evaluating Your Business Ideas and Products - Starting a business is easy. Deciding on what business to engage in is the difficult part. There are literally hundreds of ideas you might think of that could bring in extra income. How do you know which of these business ideas will bring you success?
    Publisher: Power HomeBiz Guides     Author: Isabel M. Isidro   

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