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Fallout From Uber Deal Keeps Tensions High at NYC City Hall

According to the deal, Uber can keep growing while the city studies the impact on traffic. Meanwhile, New York City politicians trade barbs.

PayPal Spinoff from eBay is Now Complete

The spinoff of PayPal from eBay as an independent company is now complete. Both companies have been important to small businesses in the past. Here's more about how the spinoff affects each.

Relevant WiFi Industry Updates for Small Business Owners

Small businesses can't rely on public WiFi and public networks to get through the day. A secure network is necessary but business-grade options had always been expensive. New updates, however, could change that prospect for a lot of small business owners.

SGN CEO Chris DeWolfe and SGN cracking Asian mobile gaming markets with Netmarble partnership

Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of fast-growing mobile game publisher Social Gaming Network, says his company has figured out how to tap into fast-growing Asian markets.

Never Make These Money Mistakes With Customers Again

Once you understand what money means to your customers, you're on your road to success.

6 Epic Videos to Get Fired Up

You don't have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to motivating a team. Here's how Ambition, a software startup based in Chattanooga, found a simple way to do it with fun, familiar videos.

Retrace Your Steps with Your Timeline from Google Maps

Google Timeline may sound a bit Big Brother-ish but the new service could have a lot of practical business applications.

How New York's Proposed Wage Hike Could Strike a Neighborhood Near You

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that the minimum wage for fast food workers will increase to $15 an hour. Local restaurants say the move will drive them out of business.

8 Venture Capitalists Speak Out About Female Founders

One in five startups going for venture has a female founder. Only six in every hundred VCs are women. Now what?

Professor Egghead: Education Franchise Makes Science Cool for Kids

Brothers Shaun and Gary Tuch founded Professor Egghead Science Academy with one goal in mind: to make science cool for kids.

50 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Isn’t it interesting how just about every successful entrepreneur you hear about takes a few minutes each day to read a book? Reading, therefore, seems to have some sort of correlation to success. I personally was never much of a reader. I don’t think I ever finished a book in my life until I started studying what […]

5 Hidden Dangers of a Stereotypical Startup Culture

There's a certain type of office culture that has pervaded the public perception of startups, and it's starting to have a major impact.

Why Your Company Needs a Wellness Program

Having a healthy team can lead to increased overall company productivity. It can also drive down the cost of running your business. And these are just a few benefits of a company wellness program.

5 Creativity Lessons From Detroit's Crazy Arts Scene

Detroit has always been a hub for public art, but lately, the city's creativity is off the charts. Here's what you can learn from it.

Block web access for all apps, except for the ones that need it

TripMode is exactly the kind of lifestyle service that telecoms and financial service providers should be paying close attention to — and possibly incorporating into their own product suite.

Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Cost and Information

To start a Dunkin' Donuts franchise, a franchisee will have to make a minimum investment of just over $200,000.

61 Phrases That Make You Sound Like A Corporate Buffoon

Some words and phrases have become too much. Here's how to rid your work day of awful cliches.

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