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What Millennials Want in a Workplace Really Isn't So Crazy After All
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What Millennials Want in a Workplace Really Isn't So Crazy After All

A new study from IBM posits that the generations are more similar that we might think.
Wal-Mart to Spend $1 Billion Raising Employee Pay to at Least $9 an Hour
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Wal-Mart to Spend $1 Billion Raising Employee Pay to at Least $9 an Hour

Nearly half a million Wal-Mart workers are about to get a raise.
VC 100: The Top Investors in Early-Stage Startups
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VC 100: The Top Investors in Early-Stage Startups

Check out this 2014 snapshot of the top 100 U.S. venture capital firms, corporate VCs, and other market players funding early-stage deals.
You're Invited: Setting The Table For Restaurant Success
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You're Invited: Setting The Table For Restaurant Success

The secret sauce won't be a secret much longer. Come join us as Entrepreneur Editorial Director Ray Hennessey shares a series of strategies that turn paying customers into your best marketing tool.
U.S. Marshals to Auction 50,000 Bitcoins From Silk Road
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U.S. Marshals to Auction 50,000 Bitcoins From Silk Road

The auction follows the recent criminal conviction of the mastermind behind the online black market.
NoFlyZone Wants to Help Keep Drones From Flying Over Your Home
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NoFlyZone Wants to Help Keep Drones From Flying Over Your Home

With the president, the FAA and state legislatures weighing in on commercial drone use, NoFlyZone CEO Ben Marcus wants to open up the conversation and give individuals the power to put the unmanned vehicles on a path that doesn't include their private property.
Nestle Candy Products Will Get Slightly Less Junky This Year
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Nestle Candy Products Will Get Slightly Less Junky This Year

The company has committed to removing artificial flavors and colors by the end of 2015.
FAA Plans Ground Amazon's Drone Program
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FAA Plans Ground Amazon's Drone Program

Guidelines could prevent the company from launching Prime Air service in the U.S.
Unknown Hacking Group Pulls $300 Million International Bank Heist
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Unknown Hacking Group Pulls $300 Million International Bank Heist

With threat concerns at an all-time high, a Russian cybersecurity firm's investigation uncovered a large scale financial hack attack.
U.S. Ports Dispute Causes Pacific Supply-Chain Disruptions, Higher Shipping Rates
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U.S. Ports Dispute Causes Pacific Supply-Chain Disruptions, Higher Shipping Rates

West Coast ports are near gridlock and cargo delays are being felt throughout the U.S.
The Man Behind Nutella, Ferrero Rocher and Tic Tacs Dies
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The Man Behind Nutella, Ferrero Rocher and Tic Tacs Dies

Michele Ferrero, the leader of the Ferrero Group and the richest person in Italy, died at age 89.
6 Dating Apps That Are Putting a Fresh Spin on Finding Love
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6 Dating Apps That Are Putting a Fresh Spin on Finding Love

With Valentine's Day upon us, here are some new and emerging apps that offer something different from popular services like Match.com, Tinder and OKCupid.
U.S. Eases Restrictions on Imports From Private Cuban Entrepreneurs
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U.S. Eases Restrictions on Imports From Private Cuban Entrepreneurs

The move comes as part of Washington's rapprochement with Havana after more than half a century of enmity.
Apple Breaks a New Record: Your Weekly News Roundup
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Apple Breaks a New Record: Your Weekly News Roundup

The latest on Apple, Tesla and why your search for love may be putting your employer in cyber security danger.
U.S. Retail Sales Weak, Consumer Spending Gauge Barely Rises
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U.S. Retail Sales Weak, Consumer Spending Gauge Barely Rises

Households cut back on purchases of a range of goods, suggesting the economy started the first quarter on a softer note.
Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn Values Apple at More Than $1 Trillion
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Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn Values Apple at More Than $1 Trillion

Icahn said Apple's price-to-earnings ratio should be about 20 times.
Elon Musk Threatens Layoffs After Tesla Sold Just 120 Cars in China Last Month
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Elon Musk Threatens Layoffs After Tesla Sold Just 120 Cars in China Last Month

Many Tesla owners in China, which Musk has said is a market rife with potential, complain of an inadequate charging infrastructure.
Bovine Blowup: Red Bull in Trademark Dispute With Beer Startup Old Ox Brewery
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Bovine Blowup: Red Bull in Trademark Dispute With Beer Startup Old Ox Brewery

'An ox is a castrated bull,' the energy drink giant wrote in a recent filing.
The Retailers Shoppers Like the Most
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The Retailers Shoppers Like the Most

A certain e-commerce giant topped the list of favorites, according to a new survey.
With Big Acquisition, Canon Looks to Grow Video Surveillance Business
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With Big Acquisition, Canon Looks to Grow Video Surveillance Business

The company offered $2.8 billion for Axis AB.
Unstoppable Nostalgia: Netflix Said to Be Developing a 'Legend of Zelda' Series
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Unstoppable Nostalgia: Netflix Said to Be Developing a 'Legend of Zelda' Series

Netflix and Nintendo are reportedly working together to develop the game into a show.
10 Questions to Ask When Collecting Customer Data
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10 Questions to Ask When Collecting Customer Data

What business owners need to know about gathering, using and protecting customer information.
As Online Video Explodes, a Look at 5 of the Industry's Biggest Trends (Infographic)
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As Online Video Explodes, a Look at 5 of the Industry's Biggest Trends (Infographic)

A whopping $1.4 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions took place in the space last year.
Food Blogger Strikes Again, Taking On Chemicals in Cereal
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Food Blogger Strikes Again, Taking On Chemicals in Cereal

After success with chains such as Subway and Chick-fil-A, Vani Hari is taking on the cereal industry.
Google Says 'Right to be Forgotten' Should be Limited to the European Union
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Google Says 'Right to be Forgotten' Should be Limited to the European Union

In a committee report, the tech giant is putting its foot down about where people can be 'forgotten' online.
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