I write frequently about small business, entrepreneurship, and workplace issues, but I don’t believe in pigeonholing myself. My portfolio also includes articles about tubal ligations, the street food craze, subterranean London, and pig poop as an energy source — and that’s just for starters. Here’s a sampler:
“Flirting With Disaster” – Entrepreneur, April 2011
Three franchisees bounced back from floods and fire. Here’s how.
“The Sizzling Success of Naked Pizza” – Entrepreneur StartUps, September 2010 (PDF)
12 stores scheduled this year. 100 planned for 2012. And 10 times that by 2015. But this company’s goals are much bigger.
“No More Free Labor!” – Fortune Small Business, June 2009
A new company learns an expensive lesson in how not to manage a client relationship.
“Selling Clean Machines” - Fortune Small Business, August 2008
David Oreck tells FSB how he cleaned up in the world of vacuum cleaners.
“Are You Being Denied The Best Birth Control?” – Marie Claire, July 2004
It’s legal. It’s reliable. It’s safe. So why do women have such a hard time getting doctors to tie their tubes? Three Marie Claire readers tell how they were questioned, lectured, or flat-out denied the contraceptive they wanted most. (P.S.: Men can demand — and get — a vasectomy at any age.)
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