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Pitney Bowes SendPro Offers Cost-Effective Shipping for Small Biz

Small businesses have increased their reach globally with better and better shipping options. Pitney Bowes now has a software package the company says will help that shipping firms do.

3 Things You Need to Know to Manage Millennials

Gary Swart, a General Partner at Polaris Ventures, talks about the ever changing workforce and how to manage Millennials.

Book The Best Seat In The House With Reserve for Restaurants

Reserve for Restaurants allows locations to manage table reservations from an easy-to-use app.

Brother Adds 2 Years of Ink “INKvestment” To New Printer Line

Last week I was printing lots of documents. One of the pages came out white with faint lines across it. YEP – my inkjet printer ran out of ink. I ordered more ink but wish I had ink readily available. Brother released a new line of printers to help solve this problem. Show More Summary

Startup Advice: Don’t Let Life Get Lost in the Shuffle

The guy seems callous, selfish, as he dismisses his wive, lover, or child, with frustration. “Don’t you get it?” he asks. “Don’t you know I’m trying to build a business here?” And sometimes there’s the variation, “I’m doing this for you.” And of course there are lots of other versions. Show More Summary

Avoid Sales Tax Surprises: 9 Point Compliance Checklist

There are now more than 11k sales tax jurisdictions across the U.S. Sales tax compliance can be an arduous task. Use this checklist to get started.

Millennial News Startup Mic Launches Two New Verticals

Mic, the media website with a Millennial target audience, is expanding its focus beyond policy and activism in order to meet long-term goals in the increasingly competitive market.

Palantir offers to buy back $225M of employee stock

SILICON VALLEY—Palantir Technologies has reportedly offered to buy $225 million of its private shares back from its current and former employees in a move seen as underscoring that it doesn't plan to go public anytime soon. BuzzFeedShow More Summary

Airbnb and Uber are still niche businesses, report says

SAN FRANCISCO—Bay Area tech giants Uber and Airbnb are part of life for many in the region, but a study by the Pew Research Center shows that nationwide only 15 percent of Americans have used a ride-hailing service and only 11 percent...Show More Summary

Craft beer delivery service gets techie with connected growler

SAN FRANCISCO—If you’ve ever wanted to hit the taproom without leaving the living room, we’ve got some good news: Craft beer delivery service Hopsy is turning to technology to give beer-lovers a taste of the brewery from the comfortShow More Summary

'Visual shopping' software could help you shop better than with a human

BOSTON—Executives at a Wellesley, Massachusetts, retail technology startup say its software has the potential to help customers shop better than they would be able to with a live salesperson. That's part of the reason that prominentShow More Summary

Nonprofit Uber alternative springs from Austin tech minds

AUSTIN—A group of Austin entrepreneurs plans to launch a nonprofit ride-hailing service to help fill the gap created by the departure of Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. from the city. Called RideAustin, the collaboration is ledShow More Summary

'Mentoring matchmaker' boosts young talent, women

SAN FRANCISCO—As tech companies wrestle with talent churn and diversity goals, Mike Bergelson, CEO of Everwise, believes the answer lies not in costly training programs or lavish benefits, but what he calls "relationship capital." "All of the research shows that people who participate in mentoring do better," he says. Show More Summary

United Auto Workers eyes possible union push at Tesla factory

SILICON VALLEY—The United Auto Workers union is targeting Tesla’s Fremont factory for unionization efforts now that the Palo Alto-based electric automaker is ramping up production. UAW President Dennis Williams told reporters that the...Show More Summary

Green Chef — which pre-chops the onions — goes vegan for latest meal kits

NEW YORK—Green Chef, which lays claim to being the only USDA-certified organic meal kit delivery service, has sliced and diced its way into the gluten-free, vegetarian, and Paleo meal categories. Vegan is up next, as the company expands...Show More Summary

The mindset this CEO uses to build business success

Within a company, unity is always best. It is an integral part of building a strong, long-lasting, successful company. Far too often, companies experience growth or a change in management that forces them to splinter and lose their identity. Show More Summary

4 to meet, including the serial entrepreneur who won’t retire

Meet 4 hotshots building businesses in new and interesting ways, from the latest pages of the Business Journals: August Graube, who turned a layoff into an entrepreneurial opportunity; Fred Eshelman, whois following up entrepreneurial...Show More Summary

Why Boxed Decided To Pay For Employee Weddings

Chieh Huang, CEO and cofounder of bulk item e-tailer Boxed, tells Inc. the story and reasoning behind his decision to foot the bill for employee weddings.

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