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A Guide to Finding Online Deals Outside of Amazon Prime Day

Ecommerce is more competitive than ever, so don't limit yourself to one online giant's deep discounts.

Tom Popomaronis

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Prime Day 2020: Everything You Need to Know

Amazon hasn't made any announcements, but according to CNET, Prime Day 2020 begins on Oct. 13. If you're wondering how you can save, read on for our complete Prime Day guide.

PCMag Staff

· 4 min read

Facebook to Ban Holocaust Denial, Citing Rise in Anti-Semitism

'My own thinking has evolved as I've seen data showing an increase in anti-Semitic violence,' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in reversing a company policy that allowed Holocaust denial on the social network.

Michael Kan

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SBA Approves Simple 1-Page PPP Forgiveness Application for Loans of $50,000 or Less

The new guidelines remove calculation requirements and simplify supporting-document rules.

Mat Sorensen

· 5 min read

Five Surprising Facts from the New 'Game of Thrones' Book

From Bruce Willis photobombing a shot with his yacht to North Korean-like security on the set, these are some interesting behind-the-scenes revelations about the classic series.

Jonathan Small

· 4 min read

A Cup Of Ambition: Coffee Products Pour Into the Plant-Based Sector

As dairy gives way to other, plant-based milk alternatives, coffee and coffee-related brands innovate and adapt.

Brian Kateman

· 5 min read

Entrepreneur Store

· 6 min read

Motivating Trends: Building Small-Business Resiliency in a Pandemic

Join us for this free webinar, featuring renowned keynote speaker and futurist Brian Solis, to learn the top entrepreneurial trends, challenges, and goals.

Entrepreneur Events

· 2 min read

Flies, Birds and Baby Bears: How Barack Obama, Donald Trump and Jimmy Fallon Have Handled Animals on TV

Animals can be wonderful but unpredictable and distracting. Here are five examples of how public figures have reacted to critters on TV in the past few years.

Matthew McCreary

· 4 min read

FBI Warns Against Using Hotel Wi-Fi for Work

The FBI says hotels in cities across the US have lax security allowing for easy exploitation by malicious actors.

Matthew Humphries

· 3 min read