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Ed Stych
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National Special Sections Editor at American City Business Journals
National Special Sections Editor at American City Business Journals

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Once you've filled out the company's online job application (the front door), now comes the hard work: Working connections through the business' back door to get that interview.

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With any budget request, the issue may simply be who gets what. But how that decision is communicated often presents a challenge. Ron Shapiro gives advice on how to handle the situation.

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Here are two examples from Spider Rob 'Spider' Graham of innovative products that served as solutions to existing problems. These entrepreneurs found opportunities in unexpected places and managed to change perceptions of entire markets.

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Your small company should demand the same treatment from large companies that they demand from you. They should be treating your business with respect, empathy, and excellent service. Andy Birol says you shouldn't put up with their behavior.

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Your job stability is not necessarily an asset after about six years with the same company. Bob Corlett gives reasons why.

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By hanging on to Windows XP, you are playing Russian Roulette — and you are going to lose.

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Before you take on a prospective business partner at any level — as a contractor, vendor, or full-on partner — ask these seven questions:

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Think about the best managers you’ve ever had. Rebecca Morgan says they most likely had mastered these four behaviors and executed them without fail.

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For millennials, it’s simply not enough to incorporate technology into your brand — brands must now use technology to innovate in ways that make their customer’s experience seamless. Jeff Fromm shows us three companies that are doing it.

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Nick Bollettieri, who has coached 10 No. 1-ranked players, might be the greatest tennis coach ever. But like many great coaches, he spends as much time developing his students off the court as he does on.
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