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Jargon: Xoogler

Describes the swelling ranks of ex-Google employees headed for younger, nimbler startups--or starting companies of their own.

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Aggravating, Unruly -- and Essential

Editor-in-chief Amy Cosper on mobility.

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The Rise of the Newcomers

New business opportunities are poised to make their mark, with 58 franchises joining our ranking

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Jargon: Blackberry Good

When something looks good on a tiny smartphone screen but hideous in real life.

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Opportunity in the Raw

Franchises are pursuing success with a renewed focus on saving money and greater value.

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Managing Payroll On the Go

A look at a new mobile payroll app for the iPhone, and soon the iPad.

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Go Gaga

How to get your Gaga on.

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How to Pay Yourself When Your Income Fluctuates

A fluctuating income is no excuse for getting off track with your personal budget.

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Jargon: Brainhurt

A word to describe brain pain.

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Building a Business on Striping Parking Lots

Three landscapers go from lawns to lanes, forging new ground in the $1 billion business of parking lot striping.

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Comparing Ink Options for Business Printers

Laser vs. inkjet is no longer the only consideration when it comes to cost-comparing business printers.

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The Secret Sauce Project

What can social media do for an old-school business? Follow Big Papa and find out.

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Virtual Events to Showcase Your Brand

Virtual events can be a low-cost source of lead generation for businesses on a budget

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Roaming the Big Screen

Visually intensive app Roambi makes a splash on the iPad.

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Jargon: Hit the Slide

That JetBlue guy did it--you probably shouldn't follow suit, though

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Chicken Diapers Pay Off

When Americans went crazy over pet chickens, one entrepreneur seized the inevitable opportunity.

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New Desktop App Helps You 'CYA'

ToneCheck is the e-mail noodge that will save you from yourself.

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Codename: The Mold Breaker

Jason Earle--and his mold-sniffing dog squad--are on a crusade to ferret out fungi.

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Enticing Credit Card Offer? Better Read the Fine Print

When it comes to credit card offers, you need to know a few things before accepting.

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Is it Time for a CFO?

Managing financial issues can take a toll on owners. Know when to turn to a pro.

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Is Your Office a Happy Place?

To create an environment for happy and engaged employees, you'll have to take the lead at the top.

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Protecting Your Personal Finances

Keep a good separation between business and personal to make sure you'll be OK if your business isn't.

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A Retail Spin on the Food-Truck Model

A new fleet of entrepreneurs are creating their own spin on the food-truck model some with seriously cool mobile retail.

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E-Commerce in Reverse

Milo bridges online and in-store selling with a site that lets consumers search for products offered by local merchants.

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Finding a Business in Jumping the Line

Hate standing in line? So did two Babson College roommates -- until they built a business on how to avoid them.

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Get a Whiff of These Walls

Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper is just the beginning for Jon Sherman's fantastically eccentric company, Flavor Paper.

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A Guide to Business Mobility

Choosing a mobile service? Here's how to decipher the plans, available devices and jargon from the major carriers.

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The Games People Play

Why social gaming matters to your business.

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