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Pantomime lets VR headset and smartphone users share a virtual space

A startup called Pantomime came up with a nifty system of enabling people to peer into animated virtual worlds without the need to wear virtual reality headsets. And now it is adding support for VR headsets so that multiple people can be in the same VR space more easily. The new technology is very innovative when […]

Social media management: How to win back unhappy customers (webinar)

VB WEBINAR: Leading social media expert and author Jay Baer joins VB analyst Stewart Rogers in this quick 30-minute webinar. Together, they’ll cover off social media essentials to keep customers and turn them into top-tier loyalists and brand advocates. Show More Summary

What Makes Your Business Stand Out?

Your business won't grow when you blend in because no one can buy a secret. So how do you stand out? It all starts with creating your core business message. Core = foundation. Core = heart. Core = what your business is all about. Your core message is truly the foundation of your business. Show More Summary

ADPVoice: 3 Ways To Help Millennial Employees Get Financially Healthy

An increasing number of companies are offering financial wellness programs for their employees, and if there’s one demographic these programs should be focusing on, it’s Millennials.

Should You Penalize Job Candidates Who Apply at the Last Minute?

When a candidate waits until the last possible second to apply, does it indicate lack of time management skills?

With Kitbag Acquisition, Industry Leader Fanatics Accelerates Company Growth Globally

Sports merchandise leader, Fanatics, recently announced last week its acquisition of Kitbag, a U.K.-based international e-commerce company.

Lakers co-owner Jim Buss is asking $8.8 million for penthouse at L.A Live

Lakers co-owner and executive Jim Buss has put his penthouse in downtown Los Angeles in play at $8.8 million. Found within the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live, the southeast-corner unit features wide-plank wood floors, Swarovski chandeliers and a remodeled kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry...

8 SEO Tips for eCommerce Companies Looking to Grow Their Online Presence

With more people shopping online than ever before with the ability to take advantage of the convenience, variety, and value - eCommerce companies are having to work harder - and smarter – to stand out in the online crowd. In 2016 and beyond, SEO will continue to play a critical [...]

January homes sales in DC and Baltimore reach 8-year high

Home sales in DC and Baltimore metros reached their highest levels for a January dating back to 2007. Last month 2,702 homes sold in the Washington, D.C. metro, with 2,073 single-family residences closing in the Baltimore metro, according to market reports from RealEstate Business Intelligence (RBI)...

Guggenheim Launches New Active Bond ETF

Guggenheim Partners stepped up its offerings in the for actively managed bond exchange-traded funds this week. The New York-based investment firm launched its Guggenheim Total Return Bond ETF (GTO) on Wednesday. The ETF shares most of the management team behind the wheel for the Guggenheim Total Return Bond Fund (GIBAX), a mutual fund near the […]

How Average Investors Can Make Huge Gains This Earnings Season

The market logged one of the worst starts to a year with the S&P 500 down more than 5% in January. This doesn't bode well for the rest of 2016. According to the Stock Trader's Almanac, a

Uber’s new logo is causing an uproar of sarcastic comparisons on Twitter

This week, Uber unveiled its new logo, and people are, frankly, not loving it. Consumers took to Twitter to tease Uber about its new logo. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Sorry, Bernie Sanders. There is zero evidence of your ‘political revolution’ yet

Bernie Sanders recorded a resounding victory in New Hampshire's Democratic primary Tuesday. He crushed his rival, Hillary Clinton, with no less than 60 percent of the vote. If Sanders hopes not only to win the election but to achieve his ambitious progressive agenda, though, that might not be enough. Show More Summary

How Music Changes Our Behavior At Home

What happens when a music-deprived home is suddenly wired up with Sonos speakers and Apple Music? More sex, for starters. Well, here you are once again, staring at a screen. It's okay, we all do it. Constantly. In fact, there's a good...Show More Summary

It's Official: Moore's Law Is Nearing Its End

The 51-year-old computing principle is now butting heads with the realities of physics and economics. In 1965 Gordon Moore, who would go on to co-found Intel, wrote a paper in which he described what has become known as "Moore's law."...Show More Summary

Apartments Are So Small Now That Loft Beds For Grownups Could Become a Thing

Brooklyn-based Casa Collection, the sister company of Casa Kids, is launching a new line of loft beds for adults as a response to "the recent opening of New York City's first micro-apartment building, as well as the nation's increasing...

Havas Promotes Laura Maness to New York President

In the newly created position, Maness will manage day-to-day activities in the New York office and handle key accounts.

HBO Now reaches 800,000 subscribers

There are now 800,000 paying subscribers on HBO Now, according to HBO CEO Richard Plepler. The internet-based subscription service launched just eight months ago. Wall Street had expected the popular subscription service to rack up between 1 and 2 million subscribers by this time. Show More Summary

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