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8 Cybersecurity Mistakes Businesses Make--and How to Fix Them

Here are valuable takeaways from a discussion between Joseph Steinberg, CEO of SecureMySocial, and Malcolm Marshall, global head of Cyber Security at KPMG.

Read “Reframe” And Learn to Think Outside the Box

If you're ready for a change and have ideas on how to make that happen but afraid to take the leap for fear of failure, this offering from author Mona Patel should be on your reading list.

Got Goals? Your Mission, Should You Choose To Accept It…

In the 1998 Nora Ephron comedy You’ve Got Mail, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are developing an internet romance and corresponding via email. As the season is starting to change, he writes: “Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of […]

Docstoc, First Acquired by Intuit, is Shutting Down Dec. 1

Docstoc users got a stern warning from the company. It's closing up shop and anyone with documents stored with the service need to clear out their files or lose them for good by Dec. 1.

Interested In A Career In Venture? Six Venture Capitalists Tell You How

Spoiler alert: Even if you have a desired skill set, it's not easy to become a VC. It takes networking, business acumen plus founding a startup (or two) in order to be seriously considered.

GoDaddy Boosts eCommerce, AT&T Spreads High Speed

GoDaddy is adding to its eCommerce offerings for small businesses that either buy a domain and/or hosting from the company. And AT&T's new deal with DirecTV is contingent upon the company offering more access to its high-speed Internet service to small businesses. These headlines highlight this week's Small Business News and Information Roundup.

Framebridge Custom Framing Gives Old School Industry a Boost

D.C.-based Framebridge is bringing what some would call an old-fashioned art form -- more like art framing form -- into the next century. The company cuts customer costs by not operating the traditional frame shop.

ECS Business Services Launches New Utility Auditing Business Opportunity

ECS Business Services, committed to helping businesses by reducing their monthly utility costs, has begun licensing their business model to success-driven entrepreneurs just like you.

How Harvard's President Found Her True North

Drew Gilpin Faust, the president of Harvard, leads the most powerful university in the world. Not bad for a self-described "pain-in-the-neck" little girl from rural Virginia.

How to Sound (and Look) Smarter in Meetings

You don't have to be a superstar to look a little smarter in your next meeting. Just do these simple things.

Inc. Uncensored Ep. 28: Hiring Secrets from Warby Parker's Neil Blumenthal

This week, Inc. editors and writers bring Blumenthal, their first-ever guest, to the studio. The group also discusses the TV show Mr. Robot and a winemaker crowdfunding his way to 10,000 new types of grapes.

How to Avoid Catching Other People's Stress

Like smiles and yawns, stress can spread from one person to another. Find out how to make yourself immune from the negative emotion.

Websites and CRM Go Hand in Hand Says Wix

CRM is a platform that every small business needs – no mater how small. Wix recently launched a CRM module for its popular web site building service. I’ve built several Web sites on Wix and while Wix has for some time enabled you toShow More Summary

Facebook Beta Testing New Technology to Prevent Video Piracy

As Facebook becomes a more popular forum for sharing videos and the company continues to encourage users to produce more content, some are critical of the social media's lack of piracy prevention.

5 Surprising Facts from 'Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine'

The new documentary from Alex Gibney shares a number of surprising anecdotes from the Apple co-founder's life.

The Smartest (and Most Respectful) Way to Hire Veterans

Everyone agrees getting veterans hired should be a priority. Here's how smart companies are doing it right...

Fitness wear uses inbuilt resistance to improve workouts

Physiclo is a line of fitness wear with built-in resistance that can help wearers achieve significantly more from the same exercise regime.

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