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Follow Peaches from Farm to Market in New York

26 minutes agoTechnology / Social Media : Mashable

Eating locally and seasonally has been an ever growing idea as food has entered the cultural spotlight. Although it’s easy not to think about how your grocery store gets strawberries to sell in the middle of the winter, the trend is moving toward more conscious and concerned eaters. An hour and a half north of New York City lies Fishkill Farms. Show More Summary

Break These World Records During Your Lunch Hour!

Got an hour for lunch? Great — find the nearest pizza place that sells 12-inchers and break the current world record for chowing it down, which is currently held by Peter Czerwinski at 41.31 seconds. Or maybe try typing the alphabetShow More Summary

Old iPhones worth $280 on average: Here’s where to sell

With Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6 is expected to drop on September 9, it’s the prime opportunity to get rid of your old iPhone. Last year, we featured the best places to trade your old iPhone for cash or a newer version of the … Continue reading ?

Where to Sell Your iPhone for the Most Money Back

If you want to sell your iPhone (perhaps to upgrade to the next one), these charts from the Wall Street Journal will help you get the most money for it. Choosing the right place to sell your iPhone can make as much as a $150 difference. Read more...

Train Spotting: Want to Open Up a Store Beneath the CTA?

Ever dreamed of opening up a colorful vintage store beneath the Red Line Morse stop? What about a little coffee shop (that also sells artisanal caramels) beneath the Blue Line's Division stop? Break out your savings account, hipster entrepreneurs,...

11 Ways to Stand Out from Your Competitors at the Next Trade Show

Trade shows are a great place to sell products and network with potential clients. Use these tips to make your booth stand out in the eyes of potential customers.

Raspberry Pi B+: PHWOAR, get a load of those pins

More USB ports than your laptop? You'd better believe it... Review  You might think that as a purveyor of a nifty compact computer selling in the millions, you’d consider two years after the debut of your first offering that it was high time you tempted back the buyers with a go-faster, more capacious and shinier model. Show More Summary

5 Compelling Reasons NOT to Promote Your Best Sales Rep to Manager

Leading a sales team is not the same as being a sales rep; it requires a different kind of person than a selling superstar.

Think twice about where you sell your old iPhone

The Wall Street Journal has come up with a handy guide to reselling your old iPhone before splurging on a new model. For comparison purposes, all prices are for 16GB models, though phones with more memory will naturally command a higher value. Show More Summary

Walmart is trying to trick your kids into eating veggies

Want to sell carrots and celery to kids? Try dressing them up like junk food and shooting them out of a machine gun.

Successful Business Pitches: 5 Useful Things to Know

If you can't present your products and services well, you won't be able to sell them.

6 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Business Before You Sell

Before you start the process of selling your business, consider these tips to boost its value

Molycorp: Conversation With Kamakura - What Did Bondholders Tell Us Prior To Q2 Earnings?

By Shock Exchange: Bondholders tend to be more sophisticated than equity holders. They also tend to represent institutions and are more plugged in than your average investor. That said, bondholders' behavior - buys, sells and how they price bonds - may give you the first indication of what is actually going on with a company. Show More Summary

Why Amazon’s $1B Twitch Buy Makes More Sense Than Its Fire Phone

Amazon wants to own all your screens. That’s why it sells Kindle tablets, the Fire phone, and the Fire TV set top box. And it’s why the company just inked a nearly $1 billion deal to Twitch, a company that lets people broadcast their videogame play over the net. As random as the Twitch buy […]

Mutual Funds? They're So '90s; Let Us Sell You An ETF Instead

By Peter F. Way, CFA: 'Gator got your Granny? - or your capital? Please don't make the same mistake again. The folks who made themselves a nice lifestyle selling Mutual Funds (and keeping control of your investment capital) have invented new, shiny products to sell to working stiffs who are too busy to learn a second career of investing. Show More Summary

Hot Dog Vendor Threatens to Murder Family of Rival Hot Dog Vendor

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

"Like I told you before, I am gonna kill you and kidnap your kids, if you keep selling or putting the cart in my areas," one yelled.

6 Things You Need To Know Before Sending Your Pitch

If you want want you're selling to be considered, don't turn your potential client, employer, or customer off right from the start. From publicists to painters to pet sitters, what ultimately separates the winning vendor from the runners-up isn't the quality of your work. It's whether people want to work with you. In other words, your likability. Read Full Story

3 Shipping Strategies Every eCommerce Business Needs To Know

If you’re an ecommerce business, you know how intricate the shipping process is and how much it impacts your overall success. Afterall, you can sell a million dollars worth of product, but if you can’t get it to the customers door in one piece and at an affordable cost, you’ll soon go bust. Show More Summary

How to Live Large in a Tiny Home

6 ways to make the most out of your tiny space - HuffPost Home Julia Stiles sells her condo for $2.7 million - Curbed 4 ways to protect and extend the life of your hardwood floors - Real Simple This hip rooftop bar and pool was onceShow More Summary

Report: Surveillance Companies Are Secretly Selling Tech That Tracks Your Phone's Location

Selling location-tracking tech is big business, according to a new report in the Washington Post. Cellular carriers already know where you are thanks to your phone. On paper it makes sense: Service providers like AT&T need to know your location in order to relay calls and texts, determining your position from cell towers. Show More Summary

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