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Stop getting distracted. Ask yourself these questions to maintain your focus and become more productive.
Sometimes it's hard to know when you ought to let go of a business idea. Here are four key questions to help you decide.
Pursuit of profits is still paramount. But getting there with a social element is possible.
Give up too soon on your idea and of course it will be destined for failure. Here are four essential tenets of inventing and product development that will keep you on track to succeed.
With traditional advertising revenue shrinking, TBD of Bend, Ore., diversifies its branding business by selling craft beers.
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Apps & Software
Michigan State University students created TempoRun, an app that helps users run at their ideal pace by categorizing the music in their libraries from walking to 10 sprinting.
Ask the right questions and make the right choices and your mobile app could be an integral part of your growth strategy.
Getting creative and surprising about what your restaurant menu offers is one way to set yourself apart from the competition.
Epic entrepreneurs Richard Branson, Mark Cuban and Elon Musk started young and started up often.
Darian Shirazi turned down a $35 million acquisition offer from Google, and leveraged his massive local database to provide real-time information for sales teams targeting the U.S. small-business market.
The innovative cosmetic e-commence site, Birchbox is many things. For consumers, it's a chance to sample new products for a small fee and to replenish products they already enjoy, and for the founders, it's a platform that connects consumers and brands.
Virool gives businesses a self-serve, social video advertising platform to help get the kind of exposure that only a viral hit can bring.
Shradha Agarwal and Rishi Shah saw an untapped opportunity to bring video segments with tips on diet and exercise to patients in doctor office waiting rooms.
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