The One Surprise From Apple's Event Yesterday
About a half-hour into its sales pitch, the company announced the long-rumored iPhone SE, with one notable feature.
Fun, Flexibility and Competition Will Put the Pep Back in the Step of Your Staff
As a business owner, I've seen it with my own eyes -- these eight strategies will increase employee productivity by 20 percent.
Fedex: Amazon Would Have to Spend 'Tens Of Billions' to Compete With Us
Amazon recently leased 20 cargo aircraft and bought thousands of its own trailer trucks, while calling itself a 'transportation service provider' for the first time in its annual filings.
Stop Comparing Yourself to Competitors. Start Perfecting Your Craft.
The only way to smoke your competition is to get better at what you do.
Xerox's New Tech Scans Documents in One Language Then Prints Them in Another
The Easy Translator Service is available through the company's multifunction printers, a web portal and an iOS and Android app.
5 Strategies to Effectively Determine Your Market Size
By understanding market value, you can determine two things: the addressable market and the available market. Learn to outline the difference of each for your startup.
The Super Bowl of Drone Racing Will Offer $1 Million in Prize Money
The first ever World Drone Prix will take place on March 11 and 12 in Dubai.
Uber and Competitor Launch Motorcycle Services in India on the Same Day. This Should Be Interesting.
Two-wheelers are the most popular form of transport in many of India's traffic-clogged cities.
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The Deadliest Trap an Entrepreneur Can Fall Into
The two reasons that the green-eyed monster can kill your business success
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Why You Should Focus on 'Different' and 'Better,' Not 'More'
Compete by offering something none of your competitors do.
Burger King Rivals Spark Hot Dog War on Twitter
Competitors have all come forward with special hot-dog deals and social-media mud-slinging efforts in the last week.
Dare to Be Different -- or Watch Your Business Derail
Many things can cause a small business to fail, but the most frequent reason is that the owner has failed to effectively differentiate his or her product or service from the competition.
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7 Inconvenient Truths About Content Marketing
The competition is enormous -- and so is the level of noise you have to get over just to be seen and heard by potential customers.
How Scrappy Startups Are Battling Corporate Juggernauts
As startups in the enterprise space deal with David-and-Goliath dynamics, they're honing their weapons to overcome the giants' advantages.
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