- Boss School
- You wake up one day and you're the boss. But no one ever prepares you for questions like these.
- On his Inc.com blog, Jay Goltz, founder of the Goltz Group, explores the unexpected problems he deals with every day as a CEO. Read his thoughts and share your own.
- Why do we pay so much severance?
- Is waiting for the repairman a sick day?
- Do bosses have to set an example by coming in early and leaving late?
- If you're asking employees to double up on the road, how do you decide who sleeps with whom?
- When do you stop paying a disabled employee?
- I routinely lend money to my employees. Am I crazy?
- Special Report: Fighting Fakes
- From handbags to watches to DVDs, counterfeit merchandise is more prevalent than ever. Find out which of the lighters above is made by Zippo and which is a fake -- and learn how the companies behind some of today's top brands are fighting back.
- Slideshow: Is that really a Louis Vuitton?
- Slideshow: A tour through the counterfeit economy
- Interactive Quiz: Can you spot a fake? Take our quiz and find out.
- The Kiva Connection: Our Adventure in Microlending
- Through Kiva.org, the employees of Inc.com and its parent company are supporting entrepreneurs in Ecuador, Peru, Tanzania, Cambodia, and Tajikistan.
- On phal an's business model: "Her rice wine sales cover only>the cost of the wine production. Her family income is generated as a result of using a byproduct of the wine as pig feed."
- Tamara Schweitzer, Inc. staff blog.
- War Stories
- Five years after the start of the Iraq war, entrepreneurs reflect on how it has changed their lives.
- 1. Joel Spolsky: Fire and Motion
- 2. Slide Show: 11 Ways to Improve Your Website
- 3. Keith McFarland: Vista Still Sucks
- 4. Slide Show: Seven Ways to Get Fired
- 5. Greg Wittstock: Turning Threats Into Opportunities
- "I can't believe I'm saying this, but let's follow Europe's lead and make it painful for Microsoft to continue its uncompetitive practices."
- Keith McFarland on Windows Vista
- Do you know a rising business star under the age of 30? Our annual search for the U.S.'s coolest young entrepreneurs is under way. Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Jun 1, 2008