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For $15 a week, Vida delivers live, one-on-one personalized medical advice from health-care pros.
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The sharing economy increasingly looks like the quickest route to your own business for most people.
The Creatrs Network would give marketers access to the kind of content that is already resonating among Tumblr's 420 million total users.
Simplifying the challenge of managing a growing workforce is better for the company and appreciated by employees.
Instead of a chicken sandwich, this woman was given $2,631.
A commitment to transparency often spreads to the wider company culture, promoting more honesty and candid expression among your team members.
It is aimed at emerging market users with low-end mobile devices.
If you know you want to do more with marketing, but you're not sure where to start, spend some time with these resources.
In an effort to heat up customers' appetites for Sofritas, the burrito chain is offering a free entrée of any kind if you buy the organic tofu topping today.
Backed by the NYSE, the thriving San Francisco startup beat the Winklevii to the punch and is now processing trades in 24 states.
The bedrock of retirement planning for millions of people is much shakier than most realize.
In 2014, investment deals closed in a dozen cities that haven't seen VC money in at least five years.
Nobody gets everything right the first time around but some lessons should only need to be given once.
Don't be discouraged by the number of times you have tried and failed, but be inspired by the number of people who have failed and bounced back as successful entrepreneurs.
Behavior change is hard. With these tips, it's considerably less difficult.
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Things like your boss, your education and your industry are all important when it comes to attaining greater earning power and success. But there's one more factor you might not have considered.
The South Korean tech company reportedly will be the main supplier of processors powering the next iPhone.
If you can't clearly define your mission and vision then there's nothing for you to build on.
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