Entrepreneur magazine
January 1996

January 1996

Entrepreneur | January 1996
January 1996
Entrepreneur Magazine

To Die For

Is your business hazardous to your health?

Better Than Ever

A word from the editor in chief

True Confessions

What it's really like to be a franchisee?

Women & Minority Entrepreneurs

Inspiration and advice to help women and minorities face the challenges of business ownership.

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Tech Smarts

The latest in modern technology

No Sub-Stitute

Any way you slice it, Subway comes out on top.

Good Questions

Does interviewing job candidates make you nervous? Try these tricks of the trade.

Legal At Last

Homebased businesses are finally legal in Chicago. Here's how they did it.

What Price Principles?

In an ideal world, profits and principles co-exist. In the real world, it's not so easy.

Anything Goes

There's no such thing as an unsaleable idea.

Franchise Explosion

A report from franchising's front lines

Growing Up

Students learn real-life business lessons.

In The Stars

A sneak peek at small business in 1996

Color Me Productive

Busy employees are singing the blues.

Missing Persons

When employees call in sick, it's your business that suffers.

Finders Keepers

Ever lose a computer file? You'll appreciate these tips for keeping things in order.

To The Letter

The path to a successful IPO starts with the crucial letter of intent.

Playing Around

EAndre Farrar, Arthur Ganson and Rustam Booz have their hands on a winner.

Bon Voyage!

Investing overseas could take your portfolio on a trip up, up, and away.

One For The Road

Richard Haywood's Western-themed audio books are a runaway hit with truck drivers.

On Guard

Money-management strategies

Be Your Own Publicist

Here's how to get your business in the news

Up All Night

Trade the joys of entrepreneurship for a night of restful sleep? Never.

Finding The Recipe To Success In The Chocolate Industry

Three businesses enjoy sweet success in the chocolate industry.

Beat The Clock

Take time to develop new business . . . or you may end up with no business at all.

Credit Worthy

Do your employees need company credit cards?

Beating Large Competitors With Superior Customer Service

You can beat your bigger competitors by offering superior service. Here's how!

All The Rage

Don't blow your top: Turn your hostile reactions into positive solutions.


Keep your employees on track with a written mission statement.

Hidden Assets

Don't try to hide: The IRS is looking harder than ever for unreported income.

Star Techies

As computers become more indispensable, computer consulting becomes more profitable.

Great Expectations

Is it too early to call 1998 a good year for entrepreneurs? Our experts certainly don't think so. Here's why...

Great Minds

It takes more than just brain power to make it as an inventor.

Fax To The Max

Perk up your sales with fax cover sheets that do double duty as promotional tools.

Pocket Pals

Thanks to personal digital assistants, you can take it all with you.

To The Rescue

Looking for health coverage? An insurance agent may be your best source.

Feature Presentation

The newest software makes creating presentations easier than ever.

Package Deal

The U.S. Postal Service's new marketing strategy may pay off for small business.

Behind The Wheel

Auto leasing options that get your business in gear

Stop, Thief!

Are your employees robbing you blind?

Man Of The House

Bringing linens out of the closet turned this retail maverick into a household name.

Investing 101

A crash course in building your personal portfolio

Just Do It

For expert motivator Jim Rohn, success is no mystery--it's simply a matter of discipline.

Stock Options

Money-management strategies

A Closer Look

An expert reveals the secrets to investigating a franchise.

The Parent Trap

The pros and cons of hiring your parents

Dumping Ground

Toxic waste on your property could cost you-even if you didn't put it there.

Informal Wear

Does dressing down send productivity up?

Loan Star

Money-management strategies

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