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Moving From Idea to Being in Business Not Easy

  A common assumption among people wanting to start a business is that coming up with the idea is the hardest part. When you talk with people already in business, though, they often comment that the business idea was the easiest step to take. Small-business owners mention that they didn’t realize how hard it would […]

Amazon Has Added an Email Service to its Repertoire

Looking to compete with companies like Microsoft and Google, Amazon is introducing an email service designed for business users.

Now a Worldwide Brand, Alibaba Faces Tougher Scrutiny

The Chinese online retailer was the subject of a harsh report from regulators.

7 Business Activities Entrepreneurs Should Always Be Doing

To get most ROI out of your time as an entrepreneur, always make time for these activities.

I'm So Sick and Tired of Men Marginalizing Women in Tech

The tech industry needs to be the leader in fixing the gender inequality problem. Unfortunately, we are failing.

What Goldilocks can teach you about health care reform

Simple checklists can help you identify health care options that are “just right” for your company.

We are Humans First, Workers Second: Why UX is Winning

Computers can make us all a little bit 'super human.' But it's User Experience that keeps us human.

How to Succeed as a Tech Startup in Banking

The banking industry can be a difficult one to navigate, especially for a young company. Here's how you can do it successfully.

McDonald’s Is Officially In A Slump: CEO Is History

(Image from Flicker-www.flickr.com/photos/42353480@N02/8301882207) For the first time in 30 years, McDonald’s revenue numbers waned compared to the year before. This ends the longest positive sales run of a domestic restaurant chain ever. Show More Summary

Gadget library rents out wearables

Lumoid now rent out cutting edge wearables for free, so consumers can try them out before they buy them.

How Choosing the Right Spouse Can Help Your Business

Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of social media consultancy VaynerMedia, gives advice about what company Twitter handle to choose, the effect your spouse or partner has on your business, and more.

4 Overlooked Technologies That Can Help Your Business Grow Now

Big data. The Internet of Things. These names are so overused that the technology they represent is often overlooked.

It’s Not Luck, It’s You

Don't sit around waiting for luck to happen, work hard and make your own luck.

Leadership Lessons from Lonely Planet's 26-Year-Old CEO

Daniel Houghton shares insights he's picked up since taking the reins of the iconic travel company two years after graduating college.

Why an IPO Should Probably Not Be Your Exit Strategy

Basil Peters, CEO of Exit Strategies Corp., demystifies the initial public offering and why it may not be your best option.

5 Tax Incentives to Help You Find and Keep Customers

The NFIB Small Business Economic Trends December 2014 (PDF) shows that business optimism reached the highest level since 2007. And that many business owners expect to expand and anticipate increased revenues. To do this, it goes without saying (but I’ll say it anyway) that you need to retain existing customers and bring in new ones. If...

10 ways to use your mornings more productively

Your morning is really the most important part of your entire day, as it sets the tone for the rest of the day. If you are behind from the start, the rest of your day will be filled with tension and perhaps some panic.

How to Plan for Your Employees' Super Bowl Hangovers

Roughly 1.5 million Americans didn't show up to work the day after last year's Super Bowl. Here's how to prevent the big game from sapping productivity at your company.

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