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Financial tips for moms who work from home

The flexible nature of working from home is appealing for new moms, and some women opt for this when they start a family. African Bank executive for insurance, Mellony Ramalho said, “This transition can often begin when moms say their farewells before heading off on maternity leave. However, it can be tough to manage your...

Channel Productivity: How to Better Manage a Remote Sales Team

More and more jobs are becoming remote these days. The ability to work from home has opened companies and startups to the talent located all over the world, connecting them with employees that they may have never had access to in the past. You can find the perfect fit no matter where they live, and...

5 Golden Rules for Engaging Your Social Media Audience

There's a good way and a bad way to engage your audience on social media sites. Here are 5 things to remember before you start your replies.

4 Things You Should Know About Your Loved One Who Works From Home

From an outside perspective, the rising trend of folks who work from home (telecommuters, freelancers, etc.) is pretty exciting. What could be better than skipping the commute to the office every day, getting to stay in comfy house-clothes, and not having to deal with difficult coworkers and bosses on a daily basis? It’s true that...

10 Rules for a Remote-First Startup

The Rules for Remote-First Culture Paul Farnell, CEO and founder of the remote-first startup Litmus, lives and works at the company’s HQ in none other than the financially draining San Francisco. But his workers don’t, and they don’t have to live a short trip away in Phoenix, either: a truly remote-first culture can escape barriers to...

Telecommuting in Phoenix growing; Valley ranks 7th in the nation for working from home

Work from home!  You’ve seen the ads on websites or the emails in your inbox.  Promises of a living wage while working out of the comfort of your own digs. Holly Foreman from Chandler actually does it — and yes, sometimes in her pajamas.  “It depends on if there are any video calls that day,”...

The Most Important Things to Know When Starting Your Business

Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Thompson asks Pursue Wealth, "What is the most important lesson you learned starting your own business?"

How Ohio's fastest growing business rocketed from $100K to $12M in revenue

COLUMBUS — No one was more surprised than James Moore to see his Columbus startup debut at No. 11 on the Inc. 5000, just a hair out of the top 10 and the fastest-growing business in Ohio. But that is what happens when you grow revenue...Show More Summary

Disney develops patent for sparkly new drone use

ORLANDO — The Walt Disney Co.'s ranks of inventors aren't done yet with ideas on how to use drones at the theme parks. A new patent, dubbed Air Delivered Special Effects, seeks to use a "flight mechanism that propels [a] discharge platform through the air. Show More Summary

Tech giants object to government's proposed social media queries for arriving visitors

SILICON VALLEY — Google, Facebook and Twitter lashed out on Monday against a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposal that would ask foreign visitors to reveal their usernames on social media accounts. The DHS is considering whether to ask travelers arriving in the U.S. Show More Summary

Here's why Seattle will be the first place you try a self-driving car

PUGET SOUND — Daimler Trucks North America CEO Martin Daum allowed a robotic truck to drive him nearly 25 miles. Daum never touched the steering wheel or brakes. His digital pilot used a combination of GPS, map data and sensors to drive...Show More Summary

Meet the Iraq War veteran who self-taught himself to code and launched his own tech company

JACKSONVILLE — As an Army veteran who served during the Iraq War and saw combat, Jeff Shuford returned to civilian life with PTSD and the knowledge that he didn’t want to continue with his military job of transportation in his new life. Unable...Show More Summary

From Erin Brockovich to 'on-demand' office care, Dan Teran leaves the slow lane

Dan Teran is doing the opposite of what most CEOs of on-demand companies have determined is the best way to generate revenue. His startup, Managed By Q, hires office cleaners as full- and part-time employees, paying them more than the minimum wage and providing health care and other benefits. Show More Summary

How a startup's helping Amazon develop voice control tech

SEATTLE — Seattle-based Kitt.AI aims to scale up voice technology with the help of Amazon. Co-founder Xuchen Yao launched Kitt.AI two years ago through the Paul Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence incubator. He was introduced...Show More Summary

Facebook app targets teens ... thanks to a teenaged employee

SILICON VALLEY — Facebook is rolling out a standalone social app exclusively for teenage users called Lifestage. Michael Sayman, 19-year old product manager at Menlo Park-based Facebook, said in an announcement over the social network...Show More Summary

7 social slip-ups that spell disaster in any job interview

Good job! You’ve landed an interview for a sought-after position. You can gain confidence knowing that your professional credentials passed the human resource department’s scrutiny. But keep in mind, the ultimate decision will have as...Show More Summary

Here's why no one remembers I played in the NBA for 3 seasons

The only way you can build a great brand is by being consistently great. So there I was, in the second National Basketball Association (NBA) game of my career. I was in the starting lineup for the Dallas Mavericks and we were playing the Minnesota Timberwolves in Minnesota. I got off to a slow start, still in awe that I actually made it to the NBA. Show More Summary

Your Business Can Overcome Huge Obstacles – Just Like the Rio Olympics (Watch)

Any time you're hosting a big event, you expect disaster to reign supreme. It's like that every 2 years with the next Olympic Games and, for the most part, they always seem to go off without much of a hitch. Just be sure to leave Ryan Lochte off your invite list.

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