This Common Time-Waster Keeps Many Small Businesses From Growing

This Common Time-Waster Keeps Many Small Businesses From Growing

One of the best parts of becoming a small business owner is the opportunity to wear many different hats. One moment you’re an outbound sales expert, the next you’re an event planner. But one hat that you probably don’t want to...
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There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector

There’s a reason many more Indians might want to read the works of Clarice Lispector

It was in the year 1943, at the age of 23, that Clarice Lispector published her first novel, and on the suggestion of Lúcio Cardoso, whom she was in love with, titled with a line from Joyce: Near to the Wild...
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Alaska has ‘many attractive prospects’ for investment, says CEO

Alaska has ‘many attractive prospects’ for investment, says CEO

One hundred and fifty years ago — on March 30, 1867 — Russia signed over Alaskan land to the U.S. for less than two cents an acre. Today, that same land has proven to be a gold mine. Boasting sectors...
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Many iPhone 7 Users Reporting Bluetooth Connectivity Issues; iOS 10 May Be the Culprit

Many iPhone 7 Users Reporting Bluetooth Connectivity Issues; iOS 10 May Be the Culprit

Since sales for Apple’s latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus began, users around the world have experienced a number of issues, bugs, and glitches with their devices. Earlier reports pertained to issues like a weird hissing noise, loss in...
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Microsoft to support home windows 10 mobile for ‘many years’, launch New gadgets

Microsoft to support home windows 10 mobile for ‘many years’, launch New gadgets

Microsoft has asserted that it is committed to the windows 10 mobile platform and is presently running on the subsequent-generation products. The company’s stance become discovered via executive vp of home windows and devices group Terry Myerson in an e-...
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Many Big Companies Live in Fear for Their Future in Digital Age: Survey

Many Big Companies Live in Fear for Their Future in Digital Age: Survey

Frankfurt: The top executives of many a corporate giant must feel like the fictional character Gulliver, waking up to find themselves under attack from modern-day Lilliputians, small start-up companies which overwhelm their established rivals with new technolo...
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