Website of the publications: American Demographics, Marketing Tools, and Forecast (formerly The Numbers News).
Information that's both free and for subscribers only.
Stock quotes and market info, career insights, overviews of articles and in-depth features, more...
Technology, Personal finance, Startups, Companies, E-Business, more...
from Hearst Publications:
- "Home Office Ettiquette." A home office is usually a pleasant place to work because the formalities of a more structured office aren't necessary. Still, if you meet with clients there, you need to set parameters. By Peggy Post.
- "Til Desk Do Us Part." Professional life working at home together can be both rewarding and maddening. By Susanne Frank and Tim Frew. Play "The Home Office Tango" - a JAVA game.
- "Test-Drive Your Dream." If you've longed to pursue a passion full-time but have yet to act, take heart: Hesitation may actually be good for you. By Betsy Wiesendanger.
The magazine, the list, and more...
A fairly light-weight site (selling magazine subscriptions), but there are a few interesting resources here.
by Paul Covert, president of TFM Remanufactured Office Furniture in Lansing, MI, and a Grand Valley State University alumnus in marketing, offers these marketing tips, based on his experience in starting a business.
By Edward Baig - Business Week, 4/17/95.
Nowhere near the depth of that morning masthead, but, if you don't have the time, don't spend the dime. There is a lot here.
from the editors of Small Business Computing/Home Office Computing.