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Call of Duty: WWII beta open to Xfinity customers without pre-ordering the game

Internet provider offering codes from now to Aug. 31<p><i>Call of Duty: WWII’</i>s private multiplayer beta, which begins Friday, Aug. 25 on PlayStation 4, requires pre-ordering the game. However, customers of Comcast’s Xfinity Internet service can get in without a pre-order.<p>Beginning today, Xfinity …

A video game you've never heard of has turned three teens into multimillionaires — and it's just getting started

About three weeks earlier, Balfanz and his business partner had published a cops-and-robbers video game called "Jailbreak" on Roblox. Although Balfanz and his partner had created Roblox games before, "Jailbreak" was their first overnight success, hitting about 75,000 simultaneous players on the day …

Game Design

2 Simple Tests You Need to Take Before You Start a Business | Inc.com

<i>What is the process to test the viability of a business idea? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p><b>Answer by Bernie Klinder, Entrepreneur, Investor, Consultant, on Quora:</b><p>There are two major …

Small Business

Think You're Too Old to Start a Business? This Is Why You're Wrong | Inc.com

Something's been bothering me more and more over the past couple of years. It's the notion that older entrepreneurs don't have the skills and talent to compete with those in their 20s. It's disappointing to me that the macrotechnology shift to a mobile and social media landscape has siphoned the …

Entrepreneurship

Top cop after violent holiday weekend: 'It's not a police issue, it's a society issue'

After another violent holiday weekend, Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Tuesday his department is doing all it can to combat violence rooted in "impoverished neighborhoods" where "people without hope do these kinds of things."<p>"It's not a police issue, it's a society issue," Johnson …