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What Does the Banking Crisis Mean for Startups and Small Business Owners?
Author, CPA and business owner Gene Marks break down everything entrepreneurs need to know about the impact of the SVB collapse.
'Invest In That Future Now Before It's Too Late': Bill Gates Calls For Global Pandemic Response Team In Op-Ed
In the same month that the World Health Organization called the coronavirus a pandemic three years ago, billionaire Bill Gates reiterated his call for a "fire department for pandemics."
New Mexico Is Hiring Professional Bear Huggers -- Here's How to Land the Dream Job
The American Black Bear was selected as the state's official animal on February 8, 1963, by the New Mexico Legislature.
Twitter's PR Department Is Now Automatically Replying With a Poop Emoji
Musk's ongoing battle against the media seems to have taken a rather undignified turn.
San Franciso Bans Future Sale of Gas-Powered Heating Appliances
Starting in 2027, Bay Area residents must replace broken furnaces with heat pumps.
Amazon Is Laying Off 9,000 More Employees — But Who's Out Won't Be Settled Until April
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy said the company had decided to "be more streamlined in our costs and headcount" because of the "uncertain economy."
A Discount Retailer Is Ripping This Item From Shelves Because It's Become Too Egg-Spensive
Though the price of eggs has started declining in recent weeks, the breakfast staple is still too expensive for Dollar Tree.
'A Day We Hoped Would Not Come': Competing Swiss Bank UBS Buys Credit Suisse
Plus, New York Community Bank bought a large portion of another failed institution, Signature Bank. Here's the latest on the banking drama.
A Retired Teacher and Her Daughter Were Scammed Out of $200,000 Over Email: 'I'm 69 Years Old and Now I'm Broke and Homeless'
The mother-daughter duo was in the process of buying a townhouse when their email chain with the title company was hacked.
Karen's Diner, an Australian-Based Chain That 'Hates Good Service,' Is Coming to the U.S. Again
The Australia- based chain has one U.S. location in St. Louis and is set to bring its "great burgers and very rude service" to Chicago residents this week as a pop-up.
New Starbucks CEO Steps in Early Amid Union Turmoil — Will He Accept an 'Olive Branch'?
The 55-year-old former CEO at Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC was expected to assume the role on April 1.
Making History: Indian Women Leaders Acing the Investment Game
As we inch closer to the conclusion of Women's History Month, here's a look at important women investors whose work over the years transformed the Indian startup ecosystem
Entrepreneur India Unveils Web3 Business Report At the Tech and Innovation and Web3 Summit 2023
The report also looks into business opportunities revealed by Web3.0 with a focus on India. In 2021, the Global market size of Web3 was USD 3.3 billion. By 2030, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 41.65% to reach USD 82.72 billion. In India, the market size of Web3 is expected to reach USD 1.1 billion by 2032, up from USD 0.0049 billion in 2022 at a CAGR of 57%.
Legaltech Startups: An Up And Coming Business Model In Town
Many startups are today reshaping the traditional legal industry by embracing advanced technologies, including blockchain, to solve some of the core problems
CHARGE+ZONE Raises $54 Million In Series A1 Funding
The funding arranged by BlueOrchard will finance an immediate roll-out of 286 charging stations serving 1,130 e-buses and e-trucks as well as over 1250 e-car fleets in addition to new expansion targets by CHARGE+ZONE