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Surprising Success Secrets from the Starbucks of Korea
Franchises

Surprising Success Secrets from the Starbucks of Korea

A "French" bakery from Asia rises to take on America.
The Art of Simultaneously Managing Multiple Companies
Radicals & Visionaries

The Art of Simultaneously Managing Multiple Companies

The secret to getting it all done is not trying to do it all yourself, which is impossible anyway.
Roy Hessel
10 Unexpected Things You Can Buy and Do at 7-Elevens Around the World
7-Eleven

10 Unexpected Things You Can Buy and Do at 7-Elevens Around the World

At certain locations, you can drop off your dry cleaning, pay your taxes or use a mashed potato vending machine.
Rose Leadem
Branding in Baghdad: How to Market Even in a Post-Conflict Zone
Marketing Bootcamp

Branding in Baghdad: How to Market Even in a Post-Conflict Zone

Want to gain entry to a ravaged place like Iraq? Don't put up another billboard. Make the world a better place, instead.
Jasmine Montgomery
Apple to Open First Apple Store in Taiwan
Apple Stores

Apple to Open First Apple Store in Taiwan

The Apple Store is the envy of many in the retail world, with the highest sales per square foot in the industry.
Japanese Gamers Left Waiting for Pokemon GO's Home Launch
Nintendo

Japanese Gamers Left Waiting for Pokemon GO's Home Launch

Nintendo's shares suffered a rare bad day since Pokemon GO took the world by storm, tumbling 13 percent on the disappointment.
Could U.S. Tech Companies Face Overseas Warrants?
International Business

Could U.S. Tech Companies Face Overseas Warrants?

Obama administration deals could allow overseas firms to serve U.S. technology companies with warrants.
New App Lets Public Help Map Disasters, Conflicts and Outbreaks
Medical

New App Lets Public Help Map Disasters, Conflicts and Outbreaks

Using the latest in mobile gaming technology, MapSwipe lets users map remote, rural regions vulnerable to humanitarian crises.
Developer of Nintendo's Pokemon GO Aiming for Rollout to 200 Markets Soon
Marketing Bootcamp

Developer of Nintendo's Pokemon GO Aiming for Rollout to 200 Markets Soon

The game is a massive success despite having been launched in only five countries -- the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Britain and Germany.
4 Tips to Engage Multilingual Audiences on the Road to the Olympics
Marketing Bootcamp

4 Tips to Engage Multilingual Audiences on the Road to the Olympics

Marketers need to speak a lot of people's languages when the whole world is watching the Olympics.
Richard Harpham
Investors: Look Beyond Short-Term Strife in Emerging Markets
Emerging Markets

Investors: Look Beyond Short-Term Strife in Emerging Markets

Investors willing to take short-term risks may see bountiful returns. Here are 3 tips on how to do that.
Konstantin Makarov
Remember the War-torn Balkans? Entrepreneurship There Is Now on the Rise.
International Business

Remember the War-torn Balkans? Entrepreneurship There Is Now on the Rise.

The challenges can be big, but the opportunities are wide open.
R. Michael Anderson
This Company Takes the Hassle out of Launching a Foreign Company in the U.S.
The Innovators

This Company Takes the Hassle out of Launching a Foreign Company in the U.S.

Launch your U.S. business in a matter of days, not months
Matt Villano
Microsoft Sells Patents to Xiaomi, Builds 'Long-Term Partnership'
Radicals & Visionaries

Microsoft Sells Patents to Xiaomi, Builds 'Long-Term Partnership'

Jonathan Tinter, corporate vice president at Microsoft, said the company was keen to tap into Xiaomi's young, affluent and educated users by having its products pre-installed on their devices.