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How crowdfunding and the alcohol industry mix

COLUMBUS — BrewDog USA Inc. is one of the first test cases for new equity crowdfunding rules intended to spur small businesses. Not only is it an early adopter, the Scottish brewery, which is building its $30.4 million U.S. operation...Show More Summary

Study finds 90% of mid-sized businesses are using VR and AR

SAN FRANCISCO — Virtual and augmented reality has entered the mainstream – at least for businesses of a certain size, according to research from Deloitte. A survey of 500 mid-market businesses, defined as companies with between $100Show More Summary

3 financial hurdles you face if you're raising children

Children are a blessing. They are heirs who extend the family into future generations. In earlier times people would sire large families as a retirement planning strategy. All this comes at a cost. If you are in the financial advisory business, it’s likely you are helping clients plan. Show More Summary

How to advertise (without actually advertising) on LinkedIn

As someone who makes a living spending all day on LinkedIn, I recently came to a shocking and somewhat pleasant realization — I almost never notice advertising on the world's largest social media platform for professionals. That's by...Show More Summary

Greenhouse Software CEO: Silicon Valley has a glut of startups, N.Y.C. does not

NEW YORK — As more jobs are being created, finding the right people to fill the open positions can be an arduous task for many companies. Daniel Chait, CEO of Greenhouse Software, set out to change that. The 42 year-old co-founder has said Greenhouse is "not trying to be the all-singing, all-dancing" HR system. Show More Summary

Google will open a startup space for developers in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — Google will set up at 14,000-square-foot site for developers and startups at 301 Howard Street in San Francisco as the race between tech accelerators for top international talent heats up. The site will open in September...Show More Summary

How Important Is Your Office Printer?

Every business has to save money where it can and these days this seems more important than ever. I have a pretty small office and recently needed a new copy machine. I upgraded to a Canon and I can’t say enough nice things about it. I have discovered the equipment I use makes a dramatic difference on my daily productivity and efficiency levels...

5 Things to Think About When Working Remote for a Year

Thinking about taking up a digital nomad lifestyle? Here's how one entrepreneur made it work for him.

The Robocall Strike Force Teaches How to Go the Extra Mile for Customers (Watch)

Some of the giants of the tech industry have combined forces a la the Transformers to take down the scourge of your phone, the Decepticon-like robocallers.

Two Marijuana Legalization Models That Just Might Work

Here are two ways Congress can tweak federal law to allow for federal marijuana reform.

True Story: My Worst-Ever Business Plan Consulting Engagement

In more than 30 years with business planning, my worst-ever business plan consulting engagement was for a startup that should have been funded but wasn’t. It was a good business plan. But the business plan process became the fatal flaw. Show More Summary

Is Your Business App On Android? Here’s Why It Had Better Be

How many mobile devices are running the Android operating system? Just about all of them. Google's OS keeps growing while Apple's niche market continues to shrink.

3 Simple Tricks for Responding to Every Work Email Today

Achieving 'inbox zero' in under 24 hours is not impossible. Here's how you can do it.

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