Monthly Archives: November 2013

Five future transportation technologies that will actually happen

Five future transportation technologies that will actually happen

Just when you thought your commute was getting too routine. Over the next decade, the idea of getting to work on time, heading out to the hinterlands for your family vacation or even going to the game will become much ...

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Comcast Said to Consider Bid for Time Warner Cable

Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) is weighing a bid for Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC), a deal that would unify the largest cable providers in the U.S., according to two people with knowledge of the situation. Comcast doesn’t see insurmountable regulatory obstacles to the ...

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No Rewards Without Risk: How to Determine Your Risk Tolerance

When it comes to building your wealth, it’s all but impossible to do so without assuming some type of risk. Some of the most effective means of creating wealth — investing in the stock market, starting a business, etc. — ...

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5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Content Marketing Strategy

Technology has changed our lives and influenced the way we make purchase decisions. Landlines have been cut and consumers are on the move, using their devices to consume an ever-expanding array of content and services. Our environment has changed and, ...

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The Secret to Building a Profitable Business

Perhaps the most important marketing step any business can take is to discover a way to be different. Different is doing something like no other. Different is creating your own category. Different is exceeding people’s chronically low expectations. Different is ...

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3D-Printed Fossils & Rocks Could Transform Geology

3D-Printed Fossils & Rocks Could Transform Geology

Whether they’re cracking open rocks or scanning tiny changes in topography, geologists already work in three dimensions. But one of the most popular attractions at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting in Denver last week was a 3D printer ...

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Google’s dreaded ‘blacklist’

Small businesses are reeling from an increase in cybercrime, but a hacked website can have even greater consequences if Google lists you as “infected.” The search giant is constantly scanning the web’s 60 trillion URLs for malware and phishing scams. ...

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5 Frightening Facebook Marketing Mistakes

5 Frightening Facebook Marketing Mistakes

It’s happened to all of us. A quick action that you think will either be harmless, or even beneficial. But oh, how wrong you were. You had no idea the consequences would be this bad, and regret your decision. Who ...

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