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Later this year, the more secure point-of-sale terminals will be required by law and most likely expected by consumers.
The key is in figuring how what works for you -- then asking for it.
Sometimes the answer is as plain as the schnoz on your face.
An app that tracks invoices, payments and appointments helped put this handyman ahead of the curve.
On the same day that Twitter unveiled Periscope, which it acquired for $100 million in January, buzzy app Meerkat announced a $12 million funding round.
The 'FarmVille' maker is accused of defrauding shareholders about its prospects before and after going public in 2011.
Email is taking a back seat to real-time messaging. Caliber says its going to make business communications move faster.
Two cousins saw profit in their passion for seafood.
Some people want to change the world, while others would rather just leave it behind.
When you know fear and how to use it, it can be a springboard to future success.
The investigation is looking into a potential legal violation related to Dov Charney, the company's founder and former chief executive officer.
At a SXSW keynote last week, Logan Green explained technology's potential impact on some new sharing economy industries.
College student Aaron Goldstein reflects on how he founded his company and where he wants to take it next.
While trade shows are essential to grow your business, they can also be costly. Here is how to attend one on a budget.
Rethink success and how you relate to your fans. These tips from Hollywood experts can teach small business owners how to maximize audience.
Even if consumers happen to visit your site, they may not stay for long.-- which is why this one marketing trick can make all the difference.
The 'Android installer hijacking vulnerability' reportedly allows attackers to surreptitiously download apps to Android users without them knowing.
Like a Cuban taxi driver, the SBA is making due with a 1950s-era model in 2015.
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