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USPS gets approval to test grocery-delivery with Amazon in San Francisco

entrepreneur.com — When you wake up with groceries on your doorstep, don't thank the milkman - thank the Postal Service. The Postal Regulatory Commission approved a plan on Thursday for the Postal Service to deliver groceries between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m.
Oct 24, 2014

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The 4 Roles Every Founding Team Should Have

entrepreneur.com — Entrepreneurial success rarely comes from the idea. Instead, it comes from the founding team's never-say-die attitude and relentless execution. And a startup can only be as successful as its founding team.

Lessons From a Family Business That Thrives In the Heartland

entrepreneur.com — Lisa Troyer runs Bunker Hill Cheese Co, Inc., . a family business in Millersburg, Ohio. She has 70 full time employees plus more than 200 Amish families that supply milk to make cheese without artificial growth hormones.Her family purchased the business from her Uncle Crist in 1948, but the factory was established by another family business in the late 1890s.

Why I Redesign the Office Every Week

entrepreneur.com — Why do I persist in cajoling one of my long-suffering employees or a hapless friend into spending precious hours every weekend rearranging the furniture in my northwest Austin co-working space? By my count, since 2010 when I opened Link, the first of my co-working spaces, I've moved chairs, dragged desks and essentially redesigned the space at least 384 times.

How to Regroup When You've Lost Your Way

entrepreneur.com — Everyone loves the business stories of the new CEO who came in and saved the company or the innovative startup founder who took a gamble and came up flush. It's far more awkward to face the music when you look at your team, your financial records and the totality of your business and realize: Your business is not doing well.