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7 Statistics That Can Raise Your Facebook Engagement (Infographic)

7 Statistics That Can Raise Your Facebook Engagement (Infographic)

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A snapshot of what works best in the current Facebook landscape and how quickly things can change.
What to Do When Your Company Is In Full-On Crisis Mode

What to Do When Your Company Is In Full-On Crisis Mode

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Professional coach and Entrepreneur.com contributor Lindsay Broder on what you need to keep in mind when managing a startup -- and a team -- through a rough patch.
At This Business Conference, Roasted Marshmallows Replace Cell Phones

At This Business Conference, Roasted Marshmallows Replace Cell Phones

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Sonja Rasula was tired of boring business conferences. So, she used her summer camp memories as a launch pad for CAMP, a new kind of networking event for adults.
Franchise Players: Changing Careers to Provide Compassionate Caregiving

Franchise Players: Changing Careers to Provide Compassionate Caregiving

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After her father's death, Jane Daume was inspired to become a franchisee for an in-home care business for seniors.
Curiosity and Carelessness: The Surprising Similarities of Navy SEALs and Entrepreneurs

Curiosity and Carelessness: The Surprising Similarities of Navy SEALs and Entrepreneurs

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Aside from weapons training, is there really any difference between these military elites and those who launch new businesses?
Make a Positive Impression on the World, and Make Money Doing It
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Make a Positive Impression on the World, and Make Money Doing It

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The mind behind the UK's best-selling single of all time teaches us that doing good can be profitable, as long as you're willing.
How to Create a Super Strong Password (Infographic)

How to Create a Super Strong Password (Infographic)

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In the wake of the recent Heartbleed SSL bug revelation, it's more crucial now than ever to update all of your online passwords. Here's how in one easy, neat and tidy infographic.
This Contraption Transforms Houseplants Into Musical Instruments

This Contraption Transforms Houseplants Into Musical Instruments

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A device called the MIDI Sprout, which transforms plant biorhythms into a sort of music, is sowing major seed funding on Kickstarter -- to the tune of over $27,000.
Citing a Celeb in an Ad? The First Amendment May Not Protect You.

Citing a Celeb in an Ad? The First Amendment May Not Protect You.

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A recent court ruling finds companies aren't protected from suits by public figures if corporate ads feature them without prior consent.
Crowdfunding Live: How One Spark Ignites Ideas

Crowdfunding Live: How One Spark Ignites Ideas

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In-person events for financial prospecting provide benefits that online platforms don't: gathered masses, a pool of dedicated dollars and a chance to receive immediate project feedback.
When SMART Goals Don't Work, Here's What to Do Instead

When SMART Goals Don't Work, Here's What to Do Instead

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For tackling a lofty aspiration, such as embarking on a business area that's a passion, try a more intrinsic method to set objectives, forging an emotional connection.
6 Keys to Developing Millennials Into Managers

6 Keys to Developing Millennials Into Managers

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Yes, you can mentor and coach Generation Y employees to assume leadership roles.
Obama Pushes Financial Education in Schools

Obama Pushes Financial Education in Schools

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The White House has made April National Financial Capability Month.
Set the Most Competitive Prices for Your Cleaning Business

Set the Most Competitive Prices for Your Cleaning Business

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Follow these tips for determining a price that makes you a profit without gouging your customers.
Getting Bored of Social Media? You're Not Alone. (Infographic)

Getting Bored of Social Media? You're Not Alone. (Infographic)

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If youÂ’re thinking of quitting Facebook, get in line.
Jobs, Not Obamacare, Are Helping the Uninsured

Jobs, Not Obamacare, Are Helping the Uninsured

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Before Americans start celebrating a drop in the number of uninsured, you first have to look behind the numbers.