Since last week, lots of legitimate business accounts have been suspended and then unsuspended on Twitter. Here’s more on what’s been happening and what to do if you find yourself in the same situation. Legitimate Business Accounts Getting Suspended It’s been fairly common for pure spam accounts to get suspended. Show More Summary
Have you ever “owned a room?” I don’t mean in terms of actual real estate, but rather in terms of mental real estate? If you have, you’ll never forget the feeling of having every eye in the room on you, people practically breathing along with you. Show More Summary
Coming up with business ideas should be fun. Here are three games you can play anywhere -- whether walking through store aisles or out for a jog -- that will turn your mind into an idea factory.
Links that got us thinking on Friday, May 17: Ten things businesses can learn from Star Trek.A venture capitalist discusses his battle with depression.What you need to know to improve your public speaking.If Yahoo buys Tumblr, what happens to all of Tumblr's porn?The Winklevoss twins invest in a Bitcoin startup.Gen. Show More Summary
Reddit’s pitch deck for advertisers is oh so very Reddit. Mike Cole, who heads up sales and strategy at Reddit, uploaded a sales presentation titled “reddit secret plan for world domination” to SlideShare Thursday. You can check it out...Show More Summary
At the ripe old age of 16, Ethan Song started his first internet company, got a taste of tech, and never looked back. Nowadays, the self-described "design-obsessed" CEO and co-founder of Frank & Oak, an affordable, member's only men's...Show More Summary
After last year’s mass exodus of talented execs leaving Zynga, it was only a matter of time before they formed an ecosystem of progenitor competitors. And as other startups scale, they could learn a lesson about one of the difficulties...Show More Summary
A moment of reckoning may be at hand for Tumblr CEO David Karp. Rumors are spreading fast that Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) is in serious talks to acquire the New York-based social blogging site for as much as $1 billion. This based on anonymous sources quoted in Adweek and AllThingsD.com, so, big caveat, it could all fall apart. Show More Summary
I caught up with Dynamics Inc., the Cheswick, Pennsylvania-based next generation payment card maker, Friday morning as CEO Jeff Mullen was headed to the company’s regular movie outing. Every few months the company takes a trip to the movies and lunch. Show More Summary
Remember the days when Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg used to crow about user growth? The service was connecting 500 million…no, a billion people. Those were the good old days, when Facebook was an upstart. Now, like Google...Show More Summary
Facebook, Evernote, Twitter, Path, Tumblr, and a new company, Ice Breaker are among the first class of apps to expected to receive status as “glassware,” the term Google is using to describe the apps on its spectacle computer. And now...Show More Summary
An Academy Award-winning imaging software developer for the film industry is behind a new app and Montreal startup claiming to deliver the world’s most accurate weather forecast. Andre LeBlanc’s SkyMotion Research has spent the lastShow More Summary
Mark Cuban is crowdsourcing a new uniform design for the Dallas Mavericks, but the billionaire entrepreneur warned: the winning designer’s sole reward will be bragging rights, although he “may even throw in some tickets.” Now a Chicago-based...Show More Summary
On May 6th, the U.S. Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013. It's not only Internet retailers who will be affected -- find out how this legislation could affect your business.
Mobile apps are everywhere today. This is a simple guide with practical information to help business owners who might be thinking about designing and launching their own mobile app.
With the ever-changing mobile landscape, it can be difficult to pinpoint what type of phones your company's employees need. The following five features are a great starting point in determining the right phones for your business.
This week’s top small business news stories looked at the latest mobile technology, 3D printing, the future of the password, the latest in the battle over Obamacare and much more. The Small Business Trends editorial team doesn’t just bring you the headlines. Show More Summary
The world's richest man says everyone needs feedback beyond one-word descriptors. Bill Gates, who recently reclaimed the title of the richest man in the world, took to the stage earlier this month for a TED talk on one of his pet causes: improving the quality of education. Show More Summary
Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine gave USC $70 million to fund a degree for creative entrepreneurs. The program's success may depend on these things. With a modest $70 million grant from Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, the University of Southern California...Show More Summary
Despite some early pitfalls, the social network has successfully made the transition from start-up to publicly traded company. It's the eve of Facebook's one-year IPO anniversary, and what a strange year it's been. The Menlo, California-based...Show More Summary