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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.
11 Lessons I Learned at Startups That Keep Me Up at Night
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11 Lessons I Learned at Startups That Keep Me Up at Night

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Founding or working at a new business can be scary, but each experience can lead to improvements.
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 you’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.
Attention Nonprofits: 5 Secrets to Attract Donors

Attention Nonprofits: 5 Secrets to Attract Donors

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For nonprofits, fundraising isn't just about the 'ask.'
What's That Song? Apple's iOS 8 May Be Able to Tell You.

What's That Song? Apple's iOS 8 May Be Able to Tell You.

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The tech giant's latest mobile operating system may boast a song recognition feature in a partnership with Shazam.
Don't Let Disaster Devastate You. Take These 3 Steps Now.

Don't Let Disaster Devastate You. Take These 3 Steps Now.

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Plan ahead and hopefully you’ll never have to put your plan into action. But if you ever need it, you’ll be glad you have it.
Make a Positive Impression on the World, and Make Money Doing It

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.
6 Common Mistakes People Make When Starting a Business

6 Common Mistakes People Make When Starting a Business

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Do yourself a favor and avoid these costly pitfalls.
Stranger Danger: 3 Good Reasons to Reject a LinkedIn Connection Request

Stranger Danger: 3 Good Reasons to Reject a LinkedIn Connection Request

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No, you're not mean. Just smart. Sometimes it's okay to ignore connection requests on the world's most popular career social networking platform. Here's when you probably should.
Business-Savvy Teens Tap Dynamic New Collector's Market: Designer Sneakers

Business-Savvy Teens Tap Dynamic New Collector's Market: Designer Sneakers

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Much-coveted shoes are being bartered and sold by high schoolers at sneaker conventions across the country at eye-opening prices, The New York Times reports.