The HBS Blog

The HBS Blog offers insight on Delaware corporations and LLCs as well as information about entrepreneurship, start-ups and general business topics.

The Start of the LLC By Delaware LLCs account for more than half of all new companies formed in the United States. Here's why, from the Delaware incorporation experts... Read More
Einstein Failed at Business By Einstein, as brilliant as he was, wouldn’t have been able to start a business or even manage a business successfully... Read More
Tell Your Story By Is Story Making a Comeback?.. Read More
Quote of the Day: Kathleen Spike By “There are certain emotions that will kill your drive; frustration and confusion.".. Read More
A Brief Background on S-Corporations By A brief background on the s-corporation, and how it can help your company avoid double taxation. | Harvard Business Services, Inc... Read More
History Lesson: The Close Corporation By When corporations were first introduced in Delaware in 1875, you had to have at least three people working together to form a corporation. The whole idea of a single person corporation was not even envisioned by the early lawmakers. But entrepreneurs demanded control so they would include their lawyer and perhaps a secretary to be the stand-in shareholders to meet the requirement... Read More
Demystifying Stock By Shares of stock are authorized by a company’s Certificate of Incorporation (or later amendments) that state the company’s total number of shares... Read More
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs and Steve Jobs By Originally, President Barrack Obama was going to give his State of the Union Address on Tuesday, January 26... Read More