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10 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid
By Chad Brooks | November 08, 2012

You know you shouldn’t charge too much on your credit card, but some of these other mistakes might be things you hadn't thought of.

10 Tips to Build a Global Business
By Business News Daily Editor | October 27, 2012

Tips to lay a strong foundation.

Do What You Love: Notre Dame's Top Computer Scientist
By Jeanette Mulvey | October 22, 2012

The head of Notre Dame's computer science and engineering department tells us why he loves his job.

4 Great Low-Cost Business Ideas
By Chad Brooks | October 22, 2012

BusinessNewsDaily has identified four smart business ideas that you can use as a springboard to starting your own business.

Entrepreneurs Define Success as Passion and Profitability
By Business News Daily Editor | October 18, 2012

It's not all about money for business owenrs.

10 Do's and Don'ts Every Good Leader Should Practice
By Business News Daily Editor | October 18, 2012

Things you should and shouldn't do.

The Best Business Security Systems
By Chad Brooks | October 09, 2012

Need an alarm system for your business? Sometimes, a home security system is all you need.

6 Great Business Ideas For Entrepreneurs
By Business News Daily Editor | October 09, 2012

If you are looking for a great business idea, search no further. Here are six small business ideas we hope will inspire you to start a business of your own.

Is It Folly to Follow Your Passion?
By Ned Smith | October 01, 2012

Passion is not something that you follow; it's something you cultivate

Is a Co-Working Space Right for Your Business?
By Ned Smith | August 31, 2012

Built around the idea of community building and sustainability, co-working is still evolving

Pinterest Marketing Not Gaining Traction Among Businesses
By Business News Daily Editor | August 22, 2012

Despite proof that it's a great marketing tool for businesses, most are still shying away from using the social media site. Here are some tips for giving it a try.

The Best Tools for Freelancers
By Chad Brooks | August 20, 2012

Technology is making it a lot easier to be your own boss these days.

Jersey Shore: One Family's Boardwalk Empire
By Business News Daily Editor | August 16, 2012

Chills, thrills and a few spills later, Morey's Piers is still going strong at the Jersey shore.

Want to Start a Business? 10 Signs You've Got What It Takes
By Chad Brooks | August 09, 2012

Some people are just born with what it takes to start a business. Here are 10 signs you were born to be an entrepreneur.

How to Write Great Mobile Ad Copy
By Business News Daily Editor | August 07, 2012

If you're going mobile you need to tailor your message.

10 Former Olympians: Where Are They Now?
By Chad Brooks | August 01, 2012

Their athletic success was just the beginning. Today, these athletes are entrepreneurs in all sorts of fields.

How You Can Still Retire at 65
By Business News Daily Editor | July 25, 2012

Do you have a financial plan?

10 Notorious Office Romances
By Chad Brooks | July 24, 2012

As many as 30 percent of office romances end in marriage. Many more, end in disaster. Here are some of the most famous – and infamous – office romances of all time.

How a Disaster Recovery Plan Can Help Save Your Business
By Ned Smith | July 24, 2012

It's easy to believe the next big disaster will happen to someone else

Ann Taylor Brand Recruits for Perfect 'Fit'
By Jeanette Mulvey | July 18, 2012

With a constant need for employees, Ann Inc. has to do more than brand its products. It has to brand its work environment, too.

The Résumé Mistake That Could Cost You Big
By Dave Mielach | July 16, 2012

The majority of hiring managers say they spend less than one minute reviewing each résumé they receive.

The Anatomy of the Perfect CEO
By Business News Daily Editor | July 15, 2012

High-profile CEOs are seemingly always in the news. BusinessNewsDaily has pieced together from a variety of studies a theoretical sketch of the perfect CEO.

A Surprising Negotiation Tactic That Works
By Business News Daily Editor | July 13, 2012

It's counter-intuitive, but it works.

Louisville Slugger's Unlikely Home Run
By Business News Daily Editor | July 08, 2012

Louisville Slugger has become one of the most iconic and well-recognized brands in the country since carving their first bat in the late 1800's.

Franchise Opportunities: Advice from Franchisors
By Business News Daily Editor | July 03, 2012

Trying to decide on which franchise is right for you? Check out our video

American Made: Five Companies Bucking the Outsourcing Trend
By Jeanette Mulvey | June 26, 2012

Staying local isn’t easy, but it’s worth it, they say.

Zippo Success Still Burns Bright 80 Years Later
By Business News Daily Editor | June 24, 2012

More than eight decades after starting, Zippo has become one of the most iconic brands in the world. What can you learn from their story?

Turning Minor League Baseball Teams Into Major Success
By Business News Daily Editor | June 17, 2012

Peter Kirk was able to turn his passion for minor league baseball into a career. He now owns four minor league teams; find out what you can learn from him to help yourself make your passion your...

LeBron vs. Durant: What's Your Work Style?
By Business News Daily Editor | June 13, 2012

How's your work game?

How Smashburger Built a Better Burger
By Business News Daily Editor | June 10, 2012

Smashburger was named the "Most Promising Company in America" earlier this year by Forbes Magazine. Find out what your business can learn from their story.