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  • Going Corporate

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    Shailendra Kadre

    Going Corporate: A Geek's Guide provides technology professionals—including programmers, engineers, designers, and analysts—the information necessary to make the transition from techie in the trenches to project manager, mid-level manager, consultant—or even CIO, CTO, or CEO.
  • Getting a Business Loan

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    Ty Kiisel

    Getting a Business Loan details the options small business owners have for financing growth or obtaining working capital. Learn how to get the money you need when you need it.
  • Firing at Will

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    Jay Shepherd

    Firing at Will shows managers and employers how to do the most difficult part of their jobs—firing employees—while keeping their companies out of trouble.
  • Financial Modeling for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

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    Tom Y. Sawyer

    Financial modeling is essential skill for entrepreneurs and managers who must solve knotty problems and avoid many of the obstacles and hazards encountered in startups and small and medium-sized businesses. Financial Modeling for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs shows how to create financial models to raise capital, make better decisions, forecast sales, staff and invest appropriately, plan projects, improve ROI, and generally improve operations.

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