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Raising the Odds of Selling your Business

The business of selling a business is not exactly a new trend. The number of businesses listed for sale in many different forms of media is proof that this course of action taken by entrepreneurs is backed by the right reasons. For several reasons, business owners decide to sell their company. Many do so due [...]

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Pizza Hut Launches Mobile Payment System Using Visa Checkout

In an era where convenience through technological advancements is the name of the game, embracing innovation is deemed an imperative course of action businesses need to take. Now more than ever, business owners and online merchants are prioritizing the provision not only of top value products and specific services, but also breakthrough systems in customer [...]

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3 Work-life Balance Tips For Small Business Owners

As a small business owner, you understandably want to put forth all of your effort into making your business venture a success. After all, you may have your personal financial resources at stake in your company as well as your professional reputation. Your family’s livelihood and financial well-being coupled with your ability to plan for [...]

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The Temptations of Web Data May Be Too Great to Resist

“Famed is thy beauty, Majesty. But hold, a lovely maid I see. Rags cannot hide her gentle grace. Alas, she is more fair than thee. Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow.” – “Magic Mirror, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Disney, 1937 Living online with all the free [...]

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Online … Content is the Same, Only Different

“I don’t see why there should be any question about capital punishment. I think everyone in the capital should be punished.” – Goldie Hawn – “Rowan & Martin Laugh-In” (’68-’73) Not long ago, Tellywood executives took their big checkbooks to Park City to bid on the indie films at Sundance. We, in turn, headed for [...]

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WOM (Word of Mom) Is Researched, Credible

“Your methodologies are antiquated and weak. Your procedures of approval ensure that only the least radical ideas are rewarded.” – Alex, “Charlie’s Angels,” Columbia Pictures, 2000 A few weeks ago, I prepared for a long, impeccable discussion with my wife as to why I needed to upgrade my upsized smartphone. I was way ahead in [...]

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Top 10 Lessons Business Owners Learn After College

Learning is an integral part of human existence and going to school embodies the formality of it all. We aim for higher education to enrich our knowledge faculties and complete this educational phase with flying colors. Little do we know the real world out there is about to give us bigger and brighter lessons that [...]

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10 Successful Entrepreneurs Under 40

Every day, thinkers and observers challenge themselves to do something great, something life-changing, something so great everyone will want to become part of it. For those who own a business with a steady flow of income in mind, the very first step matters – and pushing on against the odds is equally important. The popular [...]

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Small Businesses Are Finding It Easier To Get Bank Loans

Businesses have had enough of the credit crunch, a global economic issue that, to say the least, tormented not only consumers but also entrepreneurs who need loans for start-ups and business growth. The onslaught of the recession was marked by restrictions on loan availability and generally limited loan resources, heightened difficulty in meeting requirements, tensed [...]

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IoT is a Long-Term Work-in-Progress … Real Long Term

“There is so much in this world that I do not understand. I have absolutely no idea how it works. I have absolutely no idea how you are able to do some of the things you do, but I believe there’s a reason for that as well. I only hope we understand that reason before [...]

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Thunderbolt 2.0 Eliminates the I/O Bottleneck

Back in the mid-’90s, USB (Universal Serial Bus) did a good job standardizing the dizzying array of cables and connectors used to connect, communicate and deliver power between computers and a wide range of external devices. The industry-adopted standard simplified the bus and communications protocols so a single connector interface could be used for a [...]

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A Company’s Best Use of Social Media is Support, Service

You probably didn’t know it but some companies think – actually they’re positive – that social media was developed just to give them a fast track to sales … lots of sales. They even like the idea of social engagement because they feel it’s a way to get out ahead of the pack and have [...]

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Apple Could Make it Easy to Adopt miCommerce

Filthy Money – Everyone in the tech fields has been throwing a whole lot of time and effort into convincing you that there’s a better way to buy things than with hard cash or rigid plastic. Apple might have all the pieces in place to make it easier to do with a wave of your [...]

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A Leader Steps Forward to Advance Flash Memory Image

Superheroes – Check the movies coming out this year, people are packing theaters to see their superheroes in action protecting the innocent and taking on all comers. Flash memory has become a hero in its own right and people now believe their content/data will be saved. I have never understood why storage has never gotten [...]

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Finally, Security is a Priority for Agencies, Companies, Individuals

“You are being watched. The government has a secret system, a machine that spies on you every hour of every day. I know because I built it.” Harold Finch, “Person of Interest,” CBS I’m not much of a TV fan but I do like good documentaries so I got hooked on Person of Interest at [...]

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Success is All about Managing Failure

It was tough making this year’s annual company picnics – back-to-back meetings, a redeye back to make one picnic and an early morning flight to make our next location’s picnic. Attending our company picnics has always been important to me because it gives me a chance to both recognize and encourage teamwork. Perhaps most important, [...]

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Dealing with Customers, Issues in Realer than Real Time

“The only one that thinks that this is a game is you, man. This is real. We are here to show those guys that are inching their way on the freeways in their metal coffins that the human spirit is still alive” – Grommet, “Point Break,” 20th Century Fox, 1991 You probably won’t believe this [...]

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5 Reasons Venture Capital Is Bad For Start-Up Businesses

Getting venture capital used to be the focal point of an easy way out of investment woes, while ensuring fast business growth. For the longest time, aspiring start-up owners have been wired to believe it’s all about convincing investors of their venture’s massive potential for success through rock-solid business plans based on proven business processes [...]

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Jamba Juice Mobile Loyalty Program Gets Over 1 Million Signups

Because life’s luxuries are now very hard to come by, everyone wants to get the best value for their every purchase. It’s no secret how customers can easily switch from a product or a brand to another – and the world of choices out there makes it incredibly easy for them to do this. As [...]

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KFC Canada Puts Beer on the Menu

In Canada, chicken lovers who enjoy their favorite dish, the cooked to KFC perfection, are getting themselves a new bubbly beverage option in addition to the usual menu of sodas or juices. Beer and chicken sound like a great combination, and KFC Fresh in Toronto is treating customers to just that. Pairing rich, well-prepared and [...]

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