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John Arenmeyer
A new survey shows that California small businesses strongly support new fuel-efficiency rules. There's a good reason why they're so enthusiastic.
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By David Worrell |  Filed In: Financing & Credit and Finance
If you are pursuing a radically new idea, don't waste your time asking a local bank for a loan. Instead, start with this list of likely funding sources.
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Culture and people fuel growth, not the other way around, says Marissa Levin of Information Experts. Learn how cultivating a company culture can help your business succeed.
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New HP study finds more than 90 percent of small businesses have tried to save money buying less technology than they need. And almost all of them have paid a price for it.
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Ken Walker
Being away for trip after trip can be as stressful for your loved ones as it can be for you. Here are some creative ways to keep the home fires burning.
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Hoover's Editors
Hoover's shines a rocket's red glare on some of the companies backing big Fourth of July celebrations this year.
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Filed In: Legal and Finance
It’s vital to understand how laws dealing with advertising, employment, finance, and other issues can affect your new small business.
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Miranda Marquit
Here are two helpful ideas for building your own emergency savings fund.
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Mike Kraus
America's first zero-packaging grocery store offers some interesting lessons for other retailers.
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John Arenmeyer
Other countries have built lucrative new industries on clean-energy tech. It's vital that the United States follow suit.
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AllBusiness News Staff
AARP, the powerful senior-citizen lobbying group, has softened its stance on Social Security cuts. That could also pave the way for real progress on talks to raise the debt ceiling.
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New life for old buildings is the concept behind brownfield redevelopment, and it has proven very profitable for companies that have done it correctly.
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It’s always good to reassess the bottom line. But especially when costs are rising and income is stagnant, you need to take a good look at where you can cut expenses.
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Whenever possible, purchase supplies that are biodegradable or recyclable, or those that can be composted.
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By Andrea Poe |  Filed In: Workplace Morale and Workplace Health & Safety
Negative, disruptive employees have a way of multiplying in the workplace, creating a toxic environment. Learn how to deal with these bad apples.
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Hoover's Editors
These companies are keeping it real in Big Apple real estate.
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Rebbecca Mazin
Mobile phones may not be carcinogenic, but they certainly can be disruptive in the workplace.
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Hoover's Editors
By  | Filed In: Japan and East Asia
How consumer goods manufacturers are going green.
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The Girl Scouts of America are facing a PR crisis caused by two teenager scouts. Their reaction -- or lack thereof -- serves as a lesson for all businesses....
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