INC. MAGAZINEApril, 01 2009 Archives
Jim Collins: How to Thrive in 2009
As part of our 30th-anniversary issue, Inc. asked Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and Built to Last, what we might expect in the next 30 years. His answer: uncertainty, chaos, turbulence, and risk. In other words, it's not a bad time to be an entrepreneur
- As Told to Inc.
- This Is How It's Done: Smart Business Moves
- That Certain Something: Influential Entrepreneurs
- Such a Character
- Revolutionary Roads: Mapping America's Innovation Capitals
- The Business Owner's Bookshelf
- Don't You Wish You'd Thought of That?: America's Weirdest Businesses
- Nolan Bushnell is Back in the Game
- 10 Questions for Nolan Bushnell
Case Study: Skinner Baking Builds a Brand
For years, a family bakery sold unbranded pastries to supermarkets. Should the owner now put his name on the box?
Behind the Scenes
Behind the Scenes: The Business of the Ballpark
Meet the small businesses behind the scenes at the Atlanta ballpark, Turner Field.
Lawn Painting on Foreclosed Homes
A California entrepreneur builds a business by spray painting brown lawns green to keep up appearances at foreclosed houses.
Business Forecasting in a Crazy, Mixed-up World
Three entrepreneurs share their challenges, frustrations, and strategies for business forecasting in a recession.
The Peter Principle Lives On
Forty years after The Peter Principle's publication, a look back on the landmark book by Laurence Peter and Raymond Hull
CEO Passions: Collecting War Stories
Tom Beaty's hobby is creating an oral history of U.S. veterans.
How to: Become a Government Contractor
Innovation: Coal Briquettes, Green Fields Coal
A company that turns slurry back into coal
- Taxes: Share Documents for Free With Pixily
- Factoring Receivables: A Bright Spot in the Credit Crunch?
My First Year
When my start-up found itself face to face with catastrophe because of conditions beyond my control, I learned how to cope
How Hard Could It Be?
Why I Never Let Employees Negotiate Pay Raises
At my company, every worker at the same level is paid the same salary. And when one gets a raise, they all do
The Life of Spice
Ann Wilder, 1931 -- 2009