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Table of Contents
|Wanted: Entrepreneurs (Just Don't Ask for a Job Description)|
|An Idea Whose Time Has Come, The Economist, May 12, 2009|
|The World Discovers the Laffer Curve|
|Building Entrepreneurial Economies|
|The Role of Small and Large Businesses in Economic Development|
|The Greatest Entrepreneurs of All Time|
|The Secrets of Serial Success|
|Creating and Launching a New Business Venture|
|Startups in a Downturn|
|So, You Want to Be an Entrepreneur?|
|The B!g Idea|
|How to Build a Bulletproof Startup|
|Market Research on the Cheap|
|20 Reasons Why You Need a Business Plan|
|How to Write a Great Business Plan|
|Outline for a Business Plan: A Proven Approach for Entrepreneurs Only, Ernst & Young LLP, 1997|
|The 10 Biggest Business Plan Mistakes|
|Financing a New Business Venture|
|Writing a Compelling Executive Summary|
|The People's Bank|
|Angel Investment Criteria|
|Venture Capital 101: What Is Venture Capital?, Venture Impact, National Venture Capital Association, 2007|
|Pursuing Venture Capital|
|Evaluating a Venture Capital Firm to Meet Your Company's Needs, Accel Partners, 2009|
|Perfecting Your Pitch|
|Writing and Negotiating Term Sheets with a View toward Success|
|Managing and Growing a New Business Venture|
|How Entrepreneurs Craft Strategies That Work|
|Seven Keys to Shaping the Entrepreneurial Organization|
|Characteristics of a Successful Entrepreneurial Management Team|
|Pratt's Guide to Venture Capital Sources, 1997|
|Three Strategies for Managing Fast Growth|
|The Zappos Way of Managing|
|Give Me the Bad News: Successful Entrepreneurs Need Negative Feedback|
|Ask an Angel: Berkus on Building a Board of Directors|
|Why a CEO Needs to Have a Plan B: An Interview with Jack Stack|
|Top Ten Reasons Why Startups Fail (Venture Capital)|
|Special Issues for the Entrepreneur|
|Taking Social Entrepreneurship Seriously|
|The Microfinance Revolution: An Overview|
|The Hidden Economy of Nonprofits|
|Managing Global Expansion: A Conceptual Framework|
|The Global Entrepreneur|
|Harvesting Firm Value: Process and Results|
|Choosing Your Exit Strategy|
|Article Rating Form|
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