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Credit is tight and VC money scarce, which means you need to work a little harder and be smarter.
The urge for companies to hold sales is irresistible, but there are many reasons to avoid doing so.
With a stimulus package in the works, government contracts can fatten your bottom line.
As during previous economic slumps, chain stores probably will lead us into better times.
While 2009 will likely remain in the tank, small business owners can lay the groundwork now for when the economy starts to pick up.
Even though the economy is in a funk, now is as good a time as any to sell your company.
Small businesses need to hunker down and follow a plan to survive this recession.
Entrepreneur groups give business founders a sounding board, but not all are created equal.