Business in Action, 9th Ed.
Chapter 5: Forms of Ownership
"A business model is an outline of how a company plans to make money with its product and customer base in a specific market.
"Predictable Success author Les McKeown [photo, left] understands why some business founders find the “startup mentality” so appealing.
"Most startups toil away in stealth mode on new products and services with an Apple-esque fear of news leaks," begins Haje Jan Kamps (photo, left) in a piece at TechCrunch.
"Facing a tougher fundraising environment, on-demand companies are touting financial metrics to show the health of their businesses—using whichever definition looks rosiest.
"Technology companies worth more than $1 billion—and many worth $10 billion—have fewer reasons to go public than they did in the past.
"A new legal tool to create a solid foundation for long term mission alignment and value creation.
Alan Murray, Editor of Fortune, reports.
Philip Levinson (photo, left) reports at BusinessInsider.
Knowledge@Wharton covers the topic.
As Washington lawmakers debate as massive bailout for Wall Street firms that invested in mortgages, CEOs have come under new scrutiny for their multi-million-dollar salaries, even when their companies have suffered.
This video discusses how to structure a business, briefly describing the advantages and disadvanages of a sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, and corporation.