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Inc. Magazine December Cover

December 1, 2005

Entrepreneur of the Year: Ping Fu delivers something of value; New Orleans ambulance company Acadian and VoIP company Skype as Honorable Mentions; and how to run the ultimate employee buy-in. Plus: Talking with Netflix's Reed Hastings; Do-It-Yourself insurance; and more...

Inc. Magazine November Cover

November 1, 2005

The Inc. 500: Video Game Technologies tops the list of the fastest growing private companies; hurricane-chasing as an Inc. 500 CEO; and the Inc. 500 company that grew too fast. Plus: The trouble with tax holidays; dealing with diversity; and more...

Inc. Magazine October Cover

October 1, 2005

This month, 75 reasons to be glad to be an American entrepreneur; how to run your company from home; and the complete guide to e-mail. Plus: Hiring workers with disabilities; strategic planning in 48 hours; localizing your brand for foreign markets; and more...

Inc. Magazine September Cover

September 1, 2005

This month, the Anatomy of a Sale--ours; Dov Charney, founder of American Apparel speaks. Plus: How to survive Sarbanes-Oxley; a look at tax breaks for angels; offering choices for health care; and more...

Inc. Magazine August Cover

August 1, 2005

This month, Paul Frank discusses sock monkey success; the future of advertising; and the surprises of SBA's list of best field offices. Plus: The dirth of accountants in the wake of Sarbanes-Oxley; learn how to turn vendors into partners; and more...

Inc. Magazine July Cover

July 1, 2005

Disruptors: We look at the most radical entrepreneurs out there. In addition, find out what angel investors seek. Plus: The trouble with lifestyle entrepreneurs; Vance Patterson's decision to fire his disgruntled employees; the strategic company barbecue; and more...

Inc. Magazine June Cover

June 1, 2005

Inner City 100: Celebrate the exceptional entrepreneurs who have transformed tough neighborhoods and 100 of America's most street-smart businesses. Also, why you should consider raising prices. Plus: How states have been "decoupling" their tax codes from the federal government's at the expense of business owners; and more...

Inc. Magazine May Cover

May 1, 2005

Poker has been considered sketchy, but thanks to Steve Lipscomb, poker is now out in the open and his World Poker Tour is worth 300 million. Best Cities: Inc. features its annual list of the best places for doing business. Plus: How Eliot Spitzer’s investigations affect small businesses; learn about adhering to ISO management standards; and more...

Inc. Magazine April Cover

April 1, 2005

We list the 26 most fascinating CEOs, from Martha Stewart to Diane von Furstenberg. Also, learn tricks to limit healthcare costs. And Don Zaccharia explains how he turned his mom-and-pop liquor store into a family run, retail wine giant. Plus: how much is too much when it comes to your salary and the IRS; should businesses tie themselves to celebrities; don’t fear Chinese companies, invest in them; and more...

Inc. Magazine March Cover

March 1, 2005

With China’s economy continuing to expand, we have suggestions on how to profit. As well, read David A. Steinberg’s tactics for running his company smoothly, and his tactics for serial entrepreneurs. Plus: Long-time dropouts reenter the work force; why CEOs should become friends with their rivals; tips for perfecting a request for proposal; bond with your employees through dance; and more...

Inc. Magazine February Cover

February 1, 2005

Read small business owner Jack Stack’s open letter to President George W. Bush. Also, get the scoop on Larry’s Ellison’s battle to sell software to help you run your business. Plus: Wisconsin’s surge in manufacturing jobs; California’s stem cell research; trade-secret theft and model trains; the lowdown on ADD; get ready to trade in your laptop for a Nokia 9300; and more...

Inc. Magazine January Cover

January 1, 2005

Entrepreneur of the Year, Burt Rutan, reveals his plans to make private space travel commonplace. Also, find out Bo Peabody’s recipe for success and learn how Mel Gibson used faith to rake in the money. Plus: Celebrate the World Trade Organization’s 10th Birthday; earn points with Destiny Health’s Vitality program; get tough with Angel Investors; learn to cope when things don't go as you planned; and more...

Published on: May 29, 2002