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5 Tips for Giving a Killer Sales Presentation
Sales

5 Tips for Giving a Killer Sales Presentation

A lot rides on a sales presentation, but follow these tips, and you will set yourself, and your company, up for success.
Dustin Grosse
Here's How Industries Are Marrying All of Us to Technology
Business Accelerated

Here's How Industries Are Marrying All of Us to Technology

Fintech startups are trying to 'put a ring on it' by urging banks to keep up with digital makeovers and strategic partnerships.
Ross Mason
Fears Over Zika Drive Demand for Mosquito-Repellent Products
Supply and Demand

Fears Over Zika Drive Demand for Mosquito-Repellent Products

News of the virus, which spreads via bites, has caused companies in the space to change strategies.
Laura Entis
What the Average American Spends on Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day

What the Average American Spends on Valentine's Day

From roses and jewelry to dinner and champagne, Feb. 14 can be a costly affair.
The Top 100 Restaurants in the U.S., According to Yelp Users
Restaurants

The Top 100 Restaurants in the U.S., According to Yelp Users

Eateries in one particular state dominated the list.
Burger King Is Starting to Sell Hot Dogs
Franchises

Burger King Is Starting to Sell Hot Dogs

'It's so obvious,' says the company's head of North American operations. 'I don't know why we didn't do this before.'
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your First Business
Ready To Launch

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your First Business

A new entrepreneur's 'fast-success' launch of a fitness center proved to have some unhealthy aspects.
Paul Evans
3 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Can Learn From Hanson
Entrepreneurs

3 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Can Learn From Hanson

The teen heartthrobs-turned-entrepreneurs break down how building a business is like making music.
Laura Entis
Marc Andreessen Apologizes for Tweets About India
Marc Andreesen

Marc Andreessen Apologizes for Tweets About India

The prominent venture capitalist and Facebook board director had condemned the Indian government for banning the social-media company's free Internet service.
Twitter's User Growth Stalls, Revenue Comes Up Short
Earnings Reports

Twitter's User Growth Stalls, Revenue Comes Up Short

The company's shares have more than halved in value since co-founder Jack Dorsey returned as CEO in July.
The Tried-and-True Process for Getting Investors to Give You a Straight Answer
Fundraising

The Tried-and-True Process for Getting Investors to Give You a Straight Answer

You want to hear "yes,'' and you will survive hearing "no,'' but you can't work with a "maybe'' that never ends.
Alex Iskold
5 Ways to Make Your Company's Hiring Process More Fair
Hiring

5 Ways to Make Your Company's Hiring Process More Fair

Allegations from a special needs applicant in Pennsylvania illustrate ongoing concerns about job discrimination.
Heather R. Huhman
These New Smartphones Will Have Screens That Are Always On
Smartphones

These New Smartphones Will Have Screens That Are Always On

Models from LG and Samsung will constantly show the time and notifications.
Carly Okyle
8 Big Business Tenets That Don't Work for Startups
Ready To Launch

8 Big Business Tenets That Don't Work for Startups

Large companies with existing resources and qualified people have different rules than the little guys for innovative efforts.
Martin Zwilling