A bill of materials (BOM) keeps quality, procurement and manufacturing teams on the same page. Here's how to create a BOM.
Enthusiasm is key to running a business, but sometimes it's hard to find. Here's how you can keep your motivation up.
What does the number 9 have to do with pricing? A lot. Are you using it right?
Starting a business online can be relatively simple and affordable. These are the typical startup expenses and rough cost estimates.
This guide will help you find the right commercial smoker for your restaurant or catering company.
The management theory of Elton Mayo can help you build more productive teams.
The business.com community was curious about how to properly set prices for their services. We found answers.
A 7702 plan isn't really a retirement plan – it's a life insurance policy. Learn how a 7702 plan works and what its implications are for your business.
Business insurance is critical – and complex. Learn how to vet a reputable broker who can help you decide which risks to insure against and for how much.
Attorneys can provide your business with valuable insight and guidance. Learn more about the benefits of hiring a company attorney.
Are you ready to open a second location for your business? Here are some factors to consider.
Strategic partnerships have mutual benefits and can lead to long-term profits. Here are five benefits of partnering with another company.
Today's consumer is socially conscious, and this awareness influences their purchasing decisions. Find out how to profit and be responsible.
Businesses can learn much from the key aspects of military battle rhythm: organized, strategic routines and informed decision-making.
The basic premise of Contingency Theory is that there is no one best way to lead an organization.
There are eight criteria you should consider when evaluating a partnering company to reap the benefits of outsourcing.
Should you buy or lease the company car? Here are the pros and cons of each to help you weigh which is best for your needs.
The most successful businesses have several revenue sources. Learn how to increase yours.
What are the laws and best practices surrounding e-signature software? Are they legally the same as physically signed documents?
Specialty insurance is necessary for items not covered by your ordinary homeowners or automobile insurance if you run a business in a certain industry.
Surety bonds act as a legally enforceable guarantee that help small business owners secure third-party contracts. Learn how they work.
Insurance endorsements are a way to broaden or narrow coverage on an existing insurance policy. Here's how insurance endorsements work.
Commercial property insurance covers the building and items that you own or lease against such perils as fire, explosions, theft, and vandalism.
If your business has employees, nearly every state requires you to have workers' compensation insurance. Learn about what it covers and how much it costs.
A workers' comp settlement covers a number of costs incurred when an employee is injured. Learn about the workers' comp settlement process.
Business owners are vulnerable to lawsuits. Learn common lawsuit types, as well as how to handle a lawsuit, deal with insurance, and protect your company.