Entrepreneur magazine
September 2009

September 2009

Entrepreneur | September 2009
September 2009
Entrepreneur Magazine

The Endless Flow of Russell Simmons

The hip-hop impresario and multimedia baron lives and breathes opportunity.

Getting In on the Ground Floor

New to franchise? So are these businesses.

Editor's Note: The Business of Enthusiasm

Where passion meets profitability.

Back to School By-the-Numbers

We do the math on the cost of going back to school.

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Breaking the Mold

Dog collars in the vending machines? A personal trainer on a computer chip? Why didn't we think of that?

How to Make Your Website Really Sell

The best advice for converting visitors to your company's website into real revenue

The Reality of Fantasy Sports

An inside look at the entrepreneurial all-stars behind a $1 billion business phenomenon.

Generation Success

These young visionaries turned great ideas into multi-million-dollar businesses.

Treasures From Trash

Outfit your business on the cheap , with a little digging and places like Freecycle.

Harnessing the Wisdom of Crowd

Feedback from the masses can help with damage control and improve your brand.

Lighter Than Air

Ultra-portable notebook MSI X-340 aims to blow away the Air.

Anatomy of a Rumor

How the office rumor starts, proliferates and can be stopped

The Paperless Chase

How to cut back on the high cost of printing

Wait a Minute!

Your elevator pitch--and why it's time for a change-up<br />

Divine Ink

A monk turns to printing supplies to keep his abbey afloat.

The Twittering Class

How social media can elevate your company's online cred

Inside an Online Bazaar

Artisans and consumers converge at Etsy.com, a perpetual global art festival.

The Feel-Good Investment

Why socially responsible companies are more attractive to investors

The Traveler's Traveler

Joe Sharkey logs thousands of miles a year to help business travelers find an easier route.

Controlled Damage

Go ahead and smash that vase! It's one crash that'll do you good.

The Profitability of Mobility

How a full-time stockbroker diversified into the world of wireless.

Wild-Goose Chaser

In a game of man vs. wild, David Marcks makes sure the geese are the losers.

How to Not Get Fired

Being the CEO of a venture-backed company risky. Here's how to keep your job.

Who's Got Your Back?

Showdown: Money manager Jim Cramer vs. financial advisor Suze Orman.

The Human Approach

Focus less on making your pitch and more on listening to what your customers need.

The Business of Activism

How one San Francisco company is uniting social responsibility and capitalism

The New Risk Tolerance

A three-pronged strategy for where to park your cash in a recession

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