A frequent question from potential investors is, “How much of your own money have you invested?” A question that kills many an entrepreneur who does not understand how to answer it.
This article culls the top 10 lessons for aspiring entrepreneurs, based on the author’s research and hands-on experience starting two companies.
Guidance on how to deal with three common pitfalls of the family-owned business: lack of written agreements, ignoring fiduciary responsibilities, and not planning for the future.
An investigation of how the Japanese economic system, which is beginning to show signs of revitalization, is changing to favor the emergence of female entrepreneurship.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 offers sound prescriptions for all companies, publicly traded or not.