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Evan Spiegel reveals his interest to take his app company public, Yelp enters e-commerce and U.S. entrepreneurship makes a comeback.
Here are four strategies for how to turn things around.
Shopping is Yelp's largest category of reviewed businesses, the company said, comprising 23 percent of all reviews.
The consumer review website has put itself on the block for as much as $3.5 billion, one report says.
Through new partnerships, Yelp users can now book a hair appointment, order flowers or set up a consultation with a lawyer directly through a company's Yelp page.
A new documentary apparently shows alleged abuses by the customer review service.
The embattled crowdsourced review platform returns to court again but this time it is on the other side of the legal line.
Online Reputation Management
Somebody trashing your company online is hurtful and infuriating but responding that way makes the situation worse.
Despite outcry from small-business owners, this marks the second inquiry by the FTC that has resulted in no further action, according to Yelp.
With new software, researchers say Yelp reviews can serve as a crystal ball for restaurant failures.
With more people researching before making a purchase, online reviews are important. Here's how to handle the negative ones while encouraging positive ones.
Make certain your business is always pretty as a picture and you won't worry what potential customers see when they look online to decide if they'll visit.
In a protest against the site's alleged ratings manipulations, this Italian restaurant's co-owners offered scathing reviewers 25-percent off their checks.
A look at what happens when customers use a business for their own purposes, regardless of the company's explicit mission.