Week In Review – Sep 14 – Sep 20, 2009

by Magesh Tarala on September 20, 2009

Documenting Inventions

by Thomas Frasher, September 14, 2009

In another installment of the series about protecting your intellectual property, Thomas explains the basics of documenting inventions. Some simple things you can do will go a long way and it can be done without breaking the bank! more…

5 Ways to Lose Your Customers and What Not To Do

by Robert Driscoll, September 15, 2009

Too often we talk about how to get more customers. We think about sales and marketing strategies that work best to improve revenue. But too often, it is also not uncommon to forget to do things that will cause you to lose customers. more…

“Reasonable Compensation” for the sole practitioner in Business Valuation

by Steve Popell, September 16 2009

The most frequent approach to valuing a sole practitioner’s private practice is the “Excess Earnings” Method. While the excess earnings method itself is quite straightforward, determining what constitutes reasonable compensation is anything but.  Even “experts” can draw vastly different conclusions on this topic. This post demystifies this question and clarifies the process. more…

Let the Games Begin!

by Deepika Bajaj, September 17, 2009

Gaming is popular on social networks like facebook, myspace and bebo. The intent of gaming and social media is to bring SOCIAL back into the game. Read the article to find out how social networks are integrating with games. more…

Remote is Not as Far as You Think!

by Himanshu Jhamb, September 18, 2009

Technology has made our world really small. But internet technologies can also make you distant! There is a growing trend of companies allowing and encouraging people to work from home. This could be challenging. This article explains the ABCD… of how to be successful in this configuration. more…

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