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Research shows that consumers want to business with brands that best align with their values.
Twitter announced plans to shut down the six-second video platform. Here is what you need to know.
Great communicators avoid abstractions and literally "keep it real" to keep their audiences engaged.
Alphabet's third quarter results beat top and bottom line market estimates.
Underemployment and unemployment are driven by an economy that's not producing at its full potential.
The e-commerce giant reported higher than expected revenue growth but earnings per share came in below market estimates.
Rick Smith, founder of stun gun and body camera manufacturer, says his clients are asking about drones equipped with the company's conductive electrical weapons. The public is horrified, but Smith says Taser is no where close to a prototype.
Is your workplace a battlefield?
What would happen to your company's reputation or market share if its data was hacked?
With the upcoming presidential election, the fate of undocumented tech workers is in the balance.
Not sure whether you'll qualify for a microloan? Read on for all the details you need to know.
Facebook Messenger is booming, and lots of companies are taking advantage. Here is what your business can do to strike while the iron is hot.
The search engine for moving images, a.k.a. 'GIFs', says it has roughly two-thirds the audience of Snapchat.
If you're an entrepreneur, fearing this election is understandable--but a waste of time.
Digital marketing expert Neil Patel shares top tips for writing blog posts that people want to read--and share. Hint: Use "You" and "I" in your post.
Are Too Many Businesses Focused On The Wrong Thing?Why Getting Customer Experience Right Is Important
Analysts weigh in on how the company's earnings will affect the proposed acquisition of SolarCity.
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The retailer reportedly sees an opportunity to expand well beyond its 20-store pilot program.
The tech company announced its video-sharing service would close 'in the coming months.'