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50 Books That Transformed My Business and My Life

This story originally appeared on Buffer<p>As a teenager I had a period of many years where I stopped reading books completely. I even remember a time where I couldn’t imagine reading books at all. After I graduated and started to be interested in business and startups, I realized the immense power …

6 Tips to Build a Business That Will Last Decades

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As Crown Worldwide celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, I am being asked the same question over and over again: What’s the secret to keeping a business alive that long?<p>It’s not that easy to answer. To be honest, it’s a huge …

8 hidden features every Samsung Galaxy phone user should know

Instruction manuals? Who reads instruction manuals anymore?<p>Instructional manuals are for dummies. As high-tech as Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy Note …

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Legendary investor Fred Wilson: Here's how much money a startup needs to raise

Mark Suster, a partner at Los Angeles-based VC firm Upfront Ventures, interviewed Wilson about how much money a company needs to raise to be successful.<p>"I just think if you're forced to figure out how to get from here to here on a million bucks, if you're good, you'll figure out how to do it," …

Hacker swipes $83,000 from Bitcoin mining pools

Bitcoin exchanges and trading posts have been hacking targets over the past year, but now one hacker has taken on ISPs to loot cryptocurrency from mining pools.<p>It's no longer surprising when we hear that a cryptocurrency exchange has suffered a security breach, but now a hacker has targeted mining …

Top 10 Apps For Boosting Small Business Productivity

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the UK economy and despite tough economic conditions over the past few years, they are underpinning Britain's …

The Internet of Things Is the Hackers’ New Playground

A new study finds new Internet connected gadgets tend to lack the most basic security.<p>Excited about the promise of the shiny new Internet of Things? Good. Because hackers are too. Or at least they should be, according to a study by computing giant Hewlett-Packard.<p>The company’s Fortify application …

More people than ever oppose the NSA practices Edward Snowden revealed. Why should he spend his life in prison?

The Guardian's riveting video interview with Edward Snowden this week ended with one of the biggest unresolved question in the debate over Snowden's decision to leak classified information about the NSA to journalists more than a year ago: what will happen if and when he can ultimately return to …

10 Free Android Apps Everyone Should Download

Every time I get a new Android smartphone or tablet, I install certain apps right away, before I even really start to play with the device — apps I …

Silent, not deadly; how farts cure diseases

A recent study from the University of Exeter has been reported as showing that smelling farts can cure cancer, as well as many other diseases. Although the study itself doesn’t actually say this at any point, if farts do have healing powers it would have numerous wide-reaching implications<p>It seems …

Google I/O: Android Auto

In Google's vision, Android will be with you wherever you go. It’s in your smartphone. When your smartphone’s far away, it’s on your watch. And when it’s illegal to look at your smartphone, it’ll find a way into your eyes anyway — through your car dash.<p>Forbes took a demo ride with Android Auto, the …

Hands On With Google’s Incredibly Clever Cardboard Virtual Reality Headset

Each year at I/O, Google gives all of the developers in the audience a gift. Some years it’s a tablet. Some years it’s a laptop.<p>This year? It was a piece of cardboard. Yeah, yeah, they gave attendees some other stuff, too — but that cardboard!<p>Once you tear the seal on Google’s lil’ slab of …

23 Ways To Ruin Your Chances During A Job Interview

Between career fairs, coffees, and in-office interviews, I've interviewed hundreds of people.<p>Most candidates come prepared — but many don't.<p>Each one of these warnings comes from real life experiences I've had while conducting interviews at Business Insider.

Surprise: Snapchat's most popular feature isn't snaps anymore

Stories are now bigger than your self-destructing snaps<p>So, Snapchat's just for sexting, right? Apparently not.<p>Snapchat says that its most popular feature is now its most public, least ephemeral one: Stories. Snapchat tells <i>The Verge</i> that more Stories are now viewed per day than snaps. One billion …

Apple gearing up for July iWatch production, says report

Apple is preparing to start production on a much-anticipated smartwatch device next month, reports Reuters.<p>While Apple has never confirmed the existence of a branded smartwatch (unofficially called the iWatch), many speculate that the company has actually been hard at work on the wearable device …

US Marshals leak likely Bitcoin auction bidders, by mistake

Committing a common email blunder, the government agency accidentally reveals a list of potential bidders for Silk Road's seized bitcoins.<p>It's happened to most people -- you write an email and press send only to realize the message also went to unintended recipients by accident. Well, that's what …

FitBit patent applications hint at smartphone control and more

A trio of FitBit patent applications have surfaced for three products (possibly devices) that cover a range of sports-centric and fitness purposes, …