Nina Zipkin is an editorial assistant at Entrepreneur.com.
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The Secret Service is looking for new social-media monitoring tools, to among other things, help determine sarcasm.
The HBO host says of the agency's net neutrality proposals, 'if you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring.'
A workplace's success all comes down to communication, so be sure to avoid saying these things to your employees.
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Richard Branson, Deepak Chopra and other LinkedIn Influencers look back at themselves at 22 to offer advice to this year's group of college graduates.
After failing at launching a cable network, Blake Mycoskie found his passion in social entrepreneurship. Here is how he turned TOMS into a global force for good.
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Digitally-minded startups are taking to TV to raise their profiles and reach new users.
Get this: An innovative billboard from a university in Peru cleans the air around it. Yup.
Customers in South Korea can now purchase LG's smart fridges, ovens and washing machines equipped with a social messaging system called HomeChat.
The surveillance agency tweeted out a scrambled message on Monday meant to draw in would-be code breakers.
With #AmazonCart, you can now add items to your Amazon shopping basket without leaving Twitter.
Looking to take on sites like Yelp and Facebook, the location-based social networking service is revamping its old app and adding a new app called Swarm.
Aline Murta, Macia Batista and Joannie Diaz are hoping to mentor on a broad scale.
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With its acquisition of Moves, the social network is getting into the fitness-tracking game alongside Fitbit and Nike.
Amazon Prime members can now have big boxes filled with regular-sized household items delivered at a flat rate.
In 50 years' worth of innovation, much has changed. But in some ways, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Bowing to customer outrage, the food giant has done an about-face on its terms of service.
While it's not yet clear if and how Colbert will repurpose his Comedy Central-bred persona for network TV, he is bound to make 'The Late Show' all his own.