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Preface The Best of Times (and the Worst of Times) for Running Your Own Business Chapter 1 Your Competitors: They're Out There Chapter 2 Your Creditors: Your Worst Nightmare Chapter 3 Copycats: "The Sincerest Form of Flattery" Chapter 4 Crooks, Flakes, and Frauds--In a Word, "Thieves" Chapter 5 Suppliers, Customers, Employees, and Contractors: Keeping Them Happy Chapter 6 The Government: Your Biggest Partner Chapter 7 Spouses and Ex-Spouses: Potential Business "Thieves"? Chapter 8 Business Partners: Entering and Exiting Partnerships Chapter 9 Family and Friends: Should You Do Business with Them? Chapter 10 Heirs, Successors, and Old Age Chapter 11 Lawyers, Accountants, and Other Professionals: How They Can Steal Your Success Chapter 12 Yourself: "I Have Met the Enemy, and It Is Me" Appendix Sample Business Forms, Documents, and Clauses About the Author Index
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Small business -- Management.