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Dec 12, 2018
How To Pitch Investors
Pitching investors is hot on the forefront of most entrepreneurs’ minds today. How do you get started, get it right, and ace the process of landing the funding you need for your startup? Having raised money for startups, exited ...
To Retain New Hires, Spend More Time Onboarding Them
This year, the unemployment rate in the U.S. hit a 49-year low of 3.7%. The demand for companies to retain top talent is intensifying ...
Harvard Business Review
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Why Your Next Deal May Be a Partnership
When Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase announced a new alliance in early 2018, the partnership turned heads. Three companies ...
Strategy + Business
How to Protect Your Company’s Intellectual Property
When there's competition, intellectual property management is a vital component of a modern business plan. Stolen product and process designs ...
All Business
Ways your company will be better if you give to charity
The spirit of the holiday season and the closing of the year often spur people to be more generous. And while it's important to give ...
Fast Company
10 Brand and Marketing Trends to Watch in 2019
Metrics matter. In business they measure sales, they measure profits, they measure brand health. Marketers measure their reputations ...
E-Commerce Times
Why Your Network Is Your Net Worth
Mark D. Friedman has dedicated his life to cultivating and nurturing relationships. For more than 32 years, Friedman has been part of the New ...
5 Ways to Gain Valuable Insights to Improve Employee Communication
Those of us who communicate with employees often face this strange problem: We know too much. We usually work at headquarters, or at ...
A New Way To Find A Financial Planner
Can you recommend a good financial planner? is among the most common questions I've received over the years writing on personal finance. Problem ...
How to make the best out of working from home
One of the numerous benefits of the internet age is that it has increased the number of home based businesses. A lot of people now run their ...
The Startup Magazine
"We are a company, not a military organization. Making you watch a PowerPoint is not a violation of the Geneva Convention!"
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What was megacorporation IBM known as before its name was changed in 1924?
See the answer below.
This company shifted to a four-day workweek–and it’s going great
For the last year and a half, every weekend has been a three-day weekend for employees at the small software company Wildbit in Philadelphia ...
Fast Company
What Year Was It?
Gore Concedes Presidential Election
What Year
Vice President Al Gore reluctantly concedes defeat to Texas Governor George W. Bush in his bid for the presidency, following weeks of legal battles over the recounting of votes in Florida.
The day was Dec 13. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success."
Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder
Trivia Answer
What was megacorporation IBM known as before its name was changed in 1924?
Answer: C-T-R, for computing-tabulating-Recording Company
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