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View Resource Inc. Online: The Web Site For Growing Companies

"Inc. Online is the full-service electronic consultant to people starting and running their own companies." The highlight of the Inc. Web site is the availability of over 4000 articles from the searchable archives of Inc. Magazine, Inc. Technology, and "The State of Small Business" issues going back to 1988. The archives are also arranged chronologically, and by topic and industry. Articles from...

https://www.inc.com/
View Resource FindLaw for Business

One of the most comprehensive legal resources on the Internet, Findlaw (described in the February 23, 1996 Scout Report) has recently expanded its offerings with this new resource center for small businesses. It is composed of four sections, the most useful of which is the Small Office -- Home Office (SOHO) Guidebook, which contains thousands of pages of information "on starting, financing,...

https://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/
View Resource Business 2.0 Web Guide

According to one of its own brochures, "Business 2.0 is the essential tool for navigating today's relentlessly changing marketplace, particularly as it's driven by the Internet and other technologies." In both print and electronic versions, Business 2.0 does cover an incredible amount of ground, including day-to-day and month-to-month information and offering extensive subject lists of its...

https://money.cnn.com/magazines/business2/
View Resource Contention Over Uses of Public Space Continues in the United States and Britain

Arguments over the appropriate uses of public spaces and municipal facilities are the focus of many local debates, particularly over the renaming of certain places, like stadiums, for corporate sponsors. In some cases, corporate sponsors have even sought to rename entire towns or cities. In the most recent manifestation of this phenomenon, the California Milk Processor Board (best known for the...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2002/1101
View Resource Private Sector Development

The World Bank is perhaps one of the world's premier organizations regarding development opportunities, and they are widely recognized for their work in the developing world. With this latest outing, they have created the Private Sector Development (PSD) Blog, which is designed to be both quirky and opinionated, qualities which are never in short supply as one wanders around the web. Having said...

http://blogs.worldbank.org/psd/