Joel Libava

New technologies are changing how books are read and distributed. Will publishing houses change their business models?

Have you thought about implementing green technology in your small business?

Convenience and price aren't the only things fast food lovers are looking for anymore.

Should the entrepreneurial-minded look into franchise ownership as a viable option to get into a business of their own?

There's a franchise that has tackled its industry's image problem in an innovative way: by changing its employees' uniforms.

Could it be? Is it true? Are more and more people starting to get really, really serious about getting in shape? Could this trend lower our

Well, I'm calling them free agents. In the always innovative food sector of franchising, they're being called "interim." For the purpose o

Books are important. You know, the ones where you can smell the paper, and actually flip through the pages. When I was a teenage

I would imagine that being a school administrator these days is pretty high on the stressful jobs meter. A lot of school systems have seriou

Most U.S. Government agencies aren't exactly known for their efficiency. There are layers upon layers of bureaucracy. Then of course, there'

If you're anything like me, just the thought of opening your inbox after being away from your computer for even a day, is enough to challeng

The last time I heard this many people talking about fossil fuel alternatives was back in the summer of 2008. You do remember the summer of