Small Business 2001 – Market Share

What businesses are small companies really in — and where are they scarce?’s Guide to Running a One-Person Business

This guide provides links to’s best resources on everything a soloist needs to know — from buying insurance and paying taxes to designing a home office and getting clients to pay on time.’s Guide to Controlling Costs

Simple, everyday cost-shaving strategies can help get your business off the ground. Or, if you’re further along in the process, these strategies can help you grow your business faster.’s Guide to Communication

In this feature, has tapped into methods from a speech consultant, a mingling maven, and others, to help you write and deliver better speeches, polish presentations, and improve communication with coworkers.

How Socially Responsible is Your Company?

In April Inc. asked its readers to discuss their companies’ commitment to social responsibilty. View that survey’s results – and find out how you stack up against your peers on a variety of issues, including environmental concerns, workforce diversity, and charitable giving.’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Business Partner

Jobs and Wozniak. Gates and Ballmer. Some partnerships have infinite potential. And some don’t. A good business partner shares your vision and echoes your passion. In short, the right partnership can be a match made in heaven. Of course, a mismatch can lead to disaster.’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Business Partner offers insights from successful pairings as well as caveats from partnerships that … [ Read more ]

Publishing Your Own E-Mail Newsletter –

The newest guide from offers step-by-step instructions for publishing an email newsletter. This series of articles leads users through the process “from conceptualizing your newsletter to formatting it and delivering it to subscribers.” Each of the articles also links to other articles from the archives, thus creating an extensive manual for enewsletter creation. By the end of guide, users will have a clear … [ Read more ]

The Profit-Minded Professor

What ivory tower? Today’s entrepreneurship profs are jumping on board student start-ups just as soon as their pupils graduate.

Guides @

This site from offers an impressive collection of articles dealing with the many varied aspects of building and running small businesses. The articles cover a broad spectrum of topics related to entrepreneurship, and are organized into seventeen main categories, including Starting a Business, Offices & Operations, E-Commerce, Finance & Capital, Information Technology, and more. Each of the categories is further subdivided into several different … [ Read more ]