Buying a Business

When The Folks Give You The Biz

Watching fellow college students working for $7.50 an hour after graduation, Tana Walther, a fashion-design major at Kent State University in Ohio, snapped up an alternative offered by her father–to run a Pita Pit restaurant franchise he would buy. “I guess I bought her a job,” says her father, Jan Walther, of North Canton, Ohio.

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Tips On Selling Your Biz

“Ask the Attorney” is a weekly VentureBeat feature and this week has some quick tips in connection with selling a venture: Be Careful with Private Equity Buyers. Private equity firms are in the business of buying and selling companies. Accordingly, they are extremely sophisticated and savvy and are often represented by large, aggressive law firms.

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First Time Owning A Business?

photo credit: jorbasa Have you been thinking about starting your own first small business? Then I’m sure you have realized that there are many aspects, rules, thoughts, and avenues to go down where owning a small business is concerned. There is a lot of information that gets thrown at you from all different directions and

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Biz Resource: Flippa Flippa is a web service that acts as an online marketplace for buying and selling entire websites. The site is not new, it is actually redesigned and renamed version of a well known website auction section on a You have to be registered before you can buy or sell websites. While buying, searching

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Buying a Coin Operated Laundry

photo credit: (le)doo [4 days off] BizBen Blog: “The Lease is your most valuable asset in a Coin Laundry. Remember, that all of the Plumbing fixtures, electrical service, the sewer and building fees, along with all of the physical surroundings of the laundry are totally dependent on the property and an asset for a limited

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