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This Photographer's Distinctive Food Art Often Gets Stolen. Here's How She Stands Up for Herself and Stays Positive.
Brittany Wright of @wrightkitchen built a business around Instagram, but she's seeking ways to reclaim ownership of her work that's been lifted from the platform.
A Woman Got Caught Allegedly Trying to Smuggle 102 iPhones Into China by Strapping Them to Her Body
Apparently, it's the largest number of iPhones that Shenzhen customs officials have found on a smuggler's body.
Why Embezzlement Most Often Occurs at Small Businesses -- and How to Prevent It From Happening to You
A recent survey shows 80 percent of embezzlements occurred at small businesses.
The 5 Most Common Fraud Scenarios for Small Businesses
Owners must maintain a high degree of crucial oversight over their financial affairs.
China Battles Toilet Paper Thieves With Facial Recognition
Artificial intelligence has invaded public bathrooms in Beijing, where toilet paper dispensers now detect people's faces before giving out more tissue.
Holy Franklins! Businesses Lose How Much in Paper Cash Each Year?
It's an age-old problem that technology may be able to help solve.
How This Man Made the Leap From Artist to Entrepreneur
'The entrepreneurial spirit of defining, of iterating on a vision is what artists are fundamentally all about,' says Monegraph founder Kevin McCoy.
How to Handle the Disgruntled Employee Out to Sabotage Your Business
An unhappy team member can be your worst enemy if he or she is seeking revenge. Here's how to prevent an insider from destroying your brand.