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Hey marketers, you've heard of microwaves and microscopes, but how about 'micro-marketing'? Find out more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
All things told, the Mongolian economy is booming and mining industries will drive the country’s economic growth at a faster rate than any other nation on earth in the next decade.
When everyone else is trying to automate everything, using a little human intervention can be a competitive advantage.
If she can do it, what's stopping you?
Two great ideas that don't go well together are the focus of today's Business Ideas in the News. Don't worry, it's mostly safe for the squeamish.
You've found a franchise -- great! Now for the difficult part, how do you pay for it?
If you’re planning to use your personal savings to launch a new business, you’ll be happy to hear that many of the costs you’ll incur are tax deductible.
Cheap oil isn't just good for gasoline for your car. It is also making lots of other products cheaper.
We all get tunnel vision sometimes, and can't see all of the money making opportunities just outside our field of view. Here are a few thousand ideas for you.
No one knows how often companies rip off original material from applicants. But job tryouts requiring submission of business plans are increasingly common.
Why aren't teens getting their drivers' licenses, and how you can profit from this trend, in today's Business Ideas in the News.
An author is giving away thousands of self-destructing copies of his book, and more, in today's Business Ideas in the News.
It wasn’t long ago that the idea of a pre-IPO tech startup with a $1 billion market value was a fantasy. Google was never worth $1 billion as a private company. Neither was Amazon nor any other alumnus of the original dotcom class.
Annoyed at the high price of gas, even at $2? Well you shouldn't be.
Two former Google employees are determined to teach the next generation of kids to code properly for themselves.
For the bride with everything, except enough bridesmaids, you can now buy some, and more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Content marketing encompasses new techniques and methods of sharing information — spreading unique, helpful bits within the industry or with consumers creates brand awareness, new customers and client loyalty. Businesses should be sharing information from company research and client data. Show More Summary
Cigars and Oreos have two things in common: they're both round (from one perspective), and they're both in today's Business Ideas in the News.
What happens to all the truck drivers when they've been replaced by driverless trucks?
What's love got to do with starting a business? Sometimes hate is an even more powerful motivator.