Jim Agger

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The Colombian Lawyer Who Became the Face of Colorado’s Weed Industry

Norton Arbeláez turned $800 into one of the state's largest medical marijuana companies.<p><i>This article was originally published on VICE Colombia</i><p>Norton Arbeláez is used to getting calls from journalists. The 35-year-old is both the founder and manager of RiverRock, one of Colorado's largest marijuana …

How to Become a Programmatic Pro

A programmatic CMO shares his insights on how to build a successful strategy<p>Programmatic has taken the advertising world by storm in the last couple years, but many questions remain. That's why with the latest CMO Corner, I decided to get an expert take. Steven Ustaris is the CMO of ownerIQ, a …

Fightweets: You know you'll watch Diaz-McGregor 2

Just when it seemed like we were done with the slowest news week in quite some time, along came Friday's UFC 200 bombshell: Nate Diaz vs. Conor …

MMA & UFC

How the best retention strategies used by ecommerce giants can work for you

Did you know that once you have established yourself as a trusted ecommerce platform making more than 10 sales per day, about 60 percent of your …

A Mighty Girl

This excellent article offers parents concrete advice on how to "raise empowered young adults who have empathy for others and a clear understanding …

Are we born to run?

Christopher McDougall explores the mysteries of the human desire to run. How did running help early humans survive -- and what urges from our ancient …

Briston Watches

Briston is a French watch brand inspired by military timepieces. Their watches are affordable, timeless pieces that can be worn all year round, they …

The Maps That Show Amazon's Plans to Rule the World

Fulfillment centers and "sortation centers" around the globe.<p>If you follow Amazon, you know CEO Jeff Bezos has global ambitions. Amazon already registers 39 percent of its revenue overseas, and the company is just ramping up investment in promising e-commerce markets such as China and India.<p>So what …

Deceptively Budget-Friendly Tahoe Lodges

There are plenty of inexpensive places to stay on Lake Tahoe—but in many of them, you’d be too afraid to get beneath the sheets. These four clean, inviting lodges are the exception. They manage to combine value, location, and quality for travelers who want to live large on a budget.<p>Rustic Cottages, …

Tahoe

How to go completely paperless with iOS

Advertisement<p>14 Comments<p>There are some obvious first steps one can take to cut down on the amount of paper used on a day-to-day basis if you’re an …

Square's Receipts May Actually Be Useful

Square on Tuesday will start letting business owners get some market research and PR on the cheap.<p>The company is introducing Square Feedback, a …

ShopRunner could be Alibaba’s Trojan horse in a future challenge to Amazon

To read Alibaba’s recently filed IPO prospectus, you’d think that the e-commerce giant is focused primarily on beefing up its China businesses, with little interest in challenging those who dominate US e-commerce on their own turf.<p>But there are clues that this might not be the case, as we outlined …

eCommerce

Loredana Toma (-58kg, Romania) showing off some amazing bottom position on a 96kg/212lb snatch at the 2014 Europeans. She took 2nd and she's still just 18.

Why Are We Still Talking About Software Integration?

A few weeks ago in Redwood City, California, dozens of CFOs gathered for a Technology Forum seminar to explore strategies for financial transformation. At one point, a speaker asked the audience, “How many of you are worried about the quality of your data and what it means for your business?”<p>The …

Solving the mystery of PRISM

What exactly is PRISM? How does it work? Who uses it?<p>Let's assume that the companies whose data is sucked in by a National Security Agency tool …

Surveillance