- Skinny Girl, Fat Profits – Bethenny Frankel – Entrepreneur.com: Not only is Bethenny Frankel a wife and mother, but she also finds time to manage her bestselling books, Skinny Girl line and skin-care products. She was able to do some massive marketing through the TV show, “The Real Housewives of New York,” and before she knew it, her businesses took off. Frankel gives an interview to Entrepreneur.com about how she created this life, how she balances it and what the next steps are.
- Keep Your Credit Clean – Entrepreneur.com: In order to get any business off the ground, you have to maintain good credit and great banking relationships. Here are a few ways to ensure you’re able to stay on steady financial ground.
- How to Measure Success in Your Business | Toilet Paper Entrepreneur Blog: Everyone wants to know how to determine if their business is a success. The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur put together a pretty comprehensive list of 100 ways to tell if you business is a success.
- NetQuote CEO Paul Ford Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year® 2010 Award Winner in Rocky Mountain Region: As we reported earlier, NetQuote CEO Paul Ford will join David Friend in the running for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2010. Paul Ford won his regional award for the Rocky Mountain Region.