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The company said it will bring the service to additional cities in 2015.
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Solve a simple problem for early adopters to pre-sell your product.
Seeking financing is always a challenge, but you can increase your chances of success with these tips.
Charles Hibble's iPhone repair business expanded to five locations in two years, and it's not done growing. Find out what went right.
Stave off stress, boost sales and get into the holiday spirit. Here are twelve tips to get you through the season in one piece.
When deciding to launch a business, it's important not only to talk to potential customers, but to gather all of the industry data you can. Here's how to do it.
Kevin Roberts has been the leader of Saatchi & Saatchi global advertising house for almost two decades. One-third of his staff of 6,000 leaves every year. And he's perfectly fine with that.
The entrepreneur shares his thoughts on what makes online content great -- and how to produce it.
#Fiasco. Some brands excel at tucking their tails between their tweets. Here's a naughty list of the ugliest Twitter marketing disasters this year and the important lessons you can learn from them.
If you could split marketing into two philosophies, one would entail the art of marketing while the other would entail the science of marketing.
Take a look at our round up of the best advice and insights from newsmakers and thought leaders this year.
If you've tasted success and now have lost it, it usually comes down to one thing.
The lawsuit comes as the Internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure from European authorities.
This means that they can be covered by an EU law barring discrimination at work.
Among the tech elite, it was a good year for Jack Ma, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. For Jeff Bezos, not so much.
Bad hires can be a disaster, but even seasoned managers have a hard time consistently hiring the best talent.
They both had a noble cause.
Start with a purpose and a plan, learn from others, and don't underestimate the value of blind faith.
The fastest way for many businesses to grow revenue is to sell new, related services to existing clients.
After serving in the U.S. Army in Japan, South Korea and Afghanistan, Vincent Stoakley retired from active duty to become a home inspection franchisee.
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