Each week, OPEN Forum’s editors round up the most compelling entrepreneurial news and advice from our contributors and others. Here are this week’s highlights.
Not sure why your Twitter following is nonexistent? You might be making one or more of these mistakes. Plus: 5 social media rules that are just plain wrong.
Don't waste time and money on an employee who isn't a good match with your company. Here are 4 signs you should fire someone immediately. Plus: 7 tips for dealing with chronic complainers.
Is it better to start a business in Wyoming than New York City? That's what a new report reveals. Here are the top four U.S. regions for entrepreneurs. Plus: Six months after Hurricane Sandy, have small businesses recovered?
Gain market share and new customers by implementing these quick strategies to steal customers from your competitors. Plus: How you can compete with any business for top talent.
How do you know your company's culture is slipping? Watch for these six warning signs. Plus: How to launch a successful internship program.
From Steve Jobs to Joshua Foer, here are some insights to getting the best ideas for your next presentation. Plus: 7 brainstorming secrets from a whiteboard master.
Leaders don't need to be loud to be influential. Quiet influencers can be highly effective because of these six strengths. Plus: The latest survey proves that entrepreneurs shop small and source local.
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