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If you think that tea has to come in tea bags, you’re missing out on a whole world of flavor and experience.
One is important for the idea. The other for the execution. Can you guess which one is which?
The AI on the horizon looks more like Amazon Web Services-cheap, reliable, industrial-grade digital smartness running behind everything, and almost invisible except when it blinks off. Like all utilities, AI will be supremely boring, even as it transforms the Internet, the global economy, and civilization.
Why make an entire Thanksgiving dinner when you can just open a bag of chips, or two: find out more in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
For some it's a long held family tradition, for other's it's big business. Read about big business of the ugly Christmas sweater.
Find out how the real cost of Thanksgiving is lower than last year, and more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Would you have imagined that a backwoods couple could be a model of micro-business independence? Read our interview with Anna Hess, and find someone doing just that.
Cord cutting is accelerating as more people in the U.S. turn to Internet services such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube to watch their favorite programs.
Employees who work at small, locally owned businesses have the highest level of loyalty to their employers — and for rural workers, size and ownership of their company figure even more into their commitment than job satisfaction doe...
If you start, or buy, your own business, you can bring your pet to work any time you want. The only question is, what will they wear?
Marketers are increasingly turning to social networks Facebook and Twitter in an attempt to start "conversations" and "relationships" with consumers. According to research firm Forrester, they might be wasting their time and money doing so.
Thanksgiving burgers, billiards with your feet, agents for programmers and more, today in Business Ideas in the News.
In a previously unpublished 1959 essay, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov explores how people get new ideas. He believes that new ideas come from combining things together.
When you mention mobile dog grooming, everyone thinks of that shaggy van from Dumb and Dumber, and with good reason: it predicted the industry.
Parallel Revolution makes high quality hemp clothing for men. Read our interview with co-founder Jake Wade.
If taco trucks are the only thing you think of when you imagine truck businesses, guess again. Here are four dozen-plus different businesses that operate on four wheels. The Vintagemobile: mobile retailer Top Shelf Boutique: mobile retailer Pretty Parlor A Go Go: mobile retailer The Butler’s Pantry: mobile kitchen essentials retailer Mobile catwalk Moving Petals: […]
Some tech companies look to change the way we communicate or can travel in space. Teespring helps people sell t-shirts. Custom, well-made t-shirts. And it’s good at what it does.
Not all filmmakers are video entrepreneurs, so what's the difference?
Discover teabags that look like goldfish and fantasy sports hedge funds in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
Nancy Bigley, CEO of Bottle & Bottega, can't draw a stick figure. Thankfully, her lack of skill, paired with a glass of wine, makes for a fun evening.