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How to Inspire Employees to Love Your Business The Way You Do

By reading this post I'm willing to bet you're an entrepreneur, small business owner or manager. You're probably struggling to understand why the people who work for you don't seem to have the passion for your business the way you do. It could be that they're just not a good fit, but it could also be a few other reasons. Here's 2 ways to inspire employees to love ...

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Why I Fired My Publicist and Why You Should Fire Yours Too

Last week I fired my publicist. For the purposes of professionalism I will not mention this person's name or business. I have no desire to ruin this person's reputation. They'll probably do that on their own. So here's what happened: I hired this person as a referral from a family friend. This was mistake #1. Instead of vetting this person and verifying their ...

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Sister Quits Job at Facebook to Pursue Social Networking Biz

Randi Zuckerberg, who is director of marketing at Facebook and also the sister of CEO and Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg — is leaving Facebook after six years to start a new media firm to help companies become more social. - Source: Huffingtonpost.com Hmm interesting. I wonder if she'll work with some competitors of Facebook like... Twitter or Google Plus. ...

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The Art of Choosing a Business Name [INFO-GRAPHIC]

Naming a business properly is so important; especially if the business is built around the modern "hipster"-oriented crowd. This infographic provides interesting insight into naming a business. Check it out: *Click image to enlarge

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Amazon Revenues Jump 51% | “Fastest Growth in a Decade”… Even in a Recession

Amazon‘s revenues jumped 51% in the second quarter of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010, as the company experienced the fastest growth it has seen in a decade, according to CEO Jeff Bezos. In a statement, Bezos singled out the Kindle 3G with Special Offers, a $139 device that operates on 3G wireless networks and is subsidized by advertising, as the ...

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Netflix Stock Plummets 10% in One Day!

"At the time of this writing, Netflix stock has plummeted more than 28 points in after hours trading, a 10 percent overall drop. While Netflix posted another strong quarter, with net income up to $68 million, a 55 percent year-over-year increase and $788.6 million in revenue, up 52 percent year-to-year, there were some caveats." - Source: Techcrunch.com The ...

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Secret Marilyn Monroe Porno Flick Catches $500,000 Price Tag

"One of the only two known copies of an alleged porn short film starring a yet unknown Marilyn Monroe will be offered at auction in Buenos Aires, EFE reported Wednesday. With a starting price of half a million dollars, the item will be the highlight of the first Buenos Aires Film Collecting Fair, which will take place between on August 6th and 7th at the Borges ...

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Bank of America Reports Worse Loss EVER!

"Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) reported a record quarterly loss of $8.8 billion as persistent mortgage problems and low interest rates squeezed revenue at the largest U.S. bank." - Source: Reuters.com If you're like me, this news is scaring the crap out of you. It could be a signal of a continual downward spiral for America's economy. I don't want to get ...

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Netflix Facing Fire As They Almost Double Their Subscription Fee

You probably know Netflix raised its prices. And, like everyone else, you're probably outraged at the death of $10 1 disc + streaming plan. But the $6 price hike doesn't have to be the end of the world. First off, everyone should probably calm down and understand that this move isn't a greedy cash grab by Netflix. In fact, the company is actually trying to ...

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Private Sector Jobs Soar | Economic Recovery Could be Coming Soon

Companies hired four times more workers in June than in May, strengthening views the economy was starting to escape the doldrums of the first half of the year. A drop in the number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits last week also offered hope for the labor market, although they remain too high to signal robust growth. Payrolls ...

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