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The company, inspired by Jean Nidetch's own weight loss struggles, went public in 1968 and was purchased by Heinz for $71 million a decade later.
Often the results of an employee's work vs. time spent don't exactly match up. Here are a few tips to improve efficiency, engagement and productivity in the workplace.
Specializing on just one target market -- corporate or social events -- then narrowing your focus within that market will help you become the event planner everyone seeks out.
One of the best ways to improve results on social media is to try new things.
This strategy focuses more on generating revenue from the get-go, rather than relying on capital from outside investors.
For any business that deals with the public, it's essential to have a way to predict the demand for products or services.
Don't rush into fundraising too early or without a plan.
Eric Goldemberg of MONAD Studios in Miami Beach, Fla., is creating a boutique of customizable, futuristic instruments.
Lesson One: By giving, you have a greater chance of gaining new customers.
Here's a hint: Times New Roman is not your friend.
With help from some San Francisco-based software, Munchery can track customers' order histories and preferences. The results taste like success.
Mobile devices are surpassing desktops for online shopping. Small screens and slower browsing are challenges marketers need to address.
Ev Williams and Jack Dorsey said goodbye to, well, a lot.
No, these bullets aren't magic. But they are backed by some serious technology.
Improving online sales is a constant process of looking at your website as your visitors see it.
For executives that aren't yet hip to social media, here are a few ways to convince them to join the community.
With no space bar, where will all the astronauts hang out?
Social platforms -- and the ability to get personal -- are powerful tools for women entrepreneurs.
We're talking the online kind, of course, and the lost revenues they pose for startups.
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