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Thousands of customers of pre-paid debit cards backed by hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons remain without access to their money more than a week after technical problems first began plaguing the cards.
Mayer, a top Google executive until defecting to Yahoo in 2012, announced the two companies had reached a three-year deal to work together in Internet search and advertising.
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Even if flying cars and hover boards aren't readily available, there are a surprising number of things that the film predicted that now exist today.
Sales teams, like sugar-seekers, can maximize rewards with a strategic approach
Ever felt the anxiety of not knowing what your income or expenses would be from month to month? Here are 8 strategies to make your cash flow more predictable and consistent.
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After two long years, the startup is once again able to offer meaningful health data to its customers.
The Google-backed company says it will again offer 35 tests that tell users whether they carry genetic mutations for rare diseases like cystic fibrosis, which can be passed from parents to children.
Happier employees mean a healthier company. But how can you sustain this?
Leading athletic shoe company shares its impressive recipe for successful branding and customer engagement via PR.
The CEO of the ride-sharing company says that he's planning on keeping the company private for a few more years, despite calls from Mark Zuckerberg and famed investor Bill Gurley to do the opposite.
Business is a numbers game. Here's how to make sure the odds are always in your favor!
Ravin Gandhi, co-founder of GMM Non-Stick Coatings, explains how he worked with his father to sell their family business.
World-leading gaming and eSports company Unikrn is displaying its entrepreneurial abilities by leading a charge for the development of integrity standards.
Can you turn doing the dishes from a misery into a happiness booster with a quick mental adjustment?
Elizabeth McKee Gore, entrepreneur-in-residence at Dell, explains why the "do first, ask permission later" model of entrepreneurship is a dangerous one to follow.
Sometimes all it takes is letting everyone have a break at the same time.
As a first-time leader, you must believe in yourself before you can get your team to believe in you.
Rather than cutting costs simply to preserve the bottom line during the economic recession, this entrepreneur put the needs of his employees first--and the results speak for themselves.