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5 Reasons Tumblr Works for Social Media

Tumblr is a unique social network…or is it a unique <i>blogging platform</i>? I’m not really sure, but that’s part of its beauty.<p>Tumblr allows a creative …

Barbara Corcoran on How to Start Your Own Business on the Side

It’s often easier to start a new business <i>while</i> you’re still doing your day job, following a hunch that what <i>you</i> love might be just what a lot of customers out there are willing to pay for!<p>I sit in the lucky position as an investor/shark on the popular ABC show <i>Shark Tank</i> where I listen to hundreds of …

World Cup Sponsors Are Coming Out And Criticizing FIFA's Disastrous Corruption Investigation

FIFA's latest crisis came earlier this month when it published a summary of the report (it says legal restrictions prevent it from releasing the full report), clearing the winning Qatar and Russia bids of any corruption. Shortly after its publication, the summary was disowned by FIFA's own ethics …

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Coca-Cola Is Betting Big On A New Kind Of Milk That Costs Twice As Much As Regular

The product is called Fairlife and it will sell for twice the price of regular milk when it hits store shelves nationally in December, Coca-Cola's North American chief Sandy Douglas said at Morgan Stanley's Global Consumer Conference last week.<p>"It's basically the premiumisation of milk," Douglas …

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Can technology disrupt even the most mundane chores?<p>That’s the question Yin Yin Wu and Xuwen Cao tackled for seven months with the YCombinator-backed startup Prim before closing for good on Jan. 10.<p>Prim tried to be the Uber for people with dirty clothes: It was a marketplace that enabled easy …

Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week Is Useless

Research shows that consistently working more than 40 hours a week is simply unproductive.<p>For many in the entrepreneurship game, long hours are a badge of honor. Starting a business is tough, so all those late nights show how determined, hard working and serious about making your business work you …