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Why Small Business Sales Stabilized in 2015, And How 2016 Could Change That

While total business transactions decreased slightly in 2015, the growth of key financial indicators and a rising tide of Baby Boomers moving in to the market points to a strong year ahead.<p>Both 2013 and 2014 experienced record high business transaction levels as small business owners who waited out …

Demographics

Watch: The sexist BS men face constantly and why it’s bad for all of us

In the eyes of many of us, a “real man” needs to be physically and emotionally strong, authoritative, sexually active, financially successful, …

The 5 questions you're bound to be asked in a Wall Street internship interview

You know how competitive Wall Street internships are — so if you land an interview with a bank, you want to come prepared.<p>To help you out, we spoke with a former analyst at a bulge-bracket bank who has been through the whole process.<p>He told us the five most common technical questions he encountered …

The Creative Ways Small Businesses Are Using Beacon Technology

3 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>This story appears in the November 2015 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>This past summer, Google launched its Eddystone Bluetooth beacon system for Android, joining Apple’s iOS as a major player in the short-range messaging …

Internet of Things

58 Business Apps and Tools to Make Your Life Easier as an Entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur, you’re constantly looking for tools to help give you that edge above the competition.<p>Whether that be a tool to manage your …

Why accelerators are getting hotter than B school

Four years ago, Nick Miller and Adam Zilberbaum were working 16-hour days trying to build Parking Panda, an online service that lets people reserve …

Dreams of the old boat

Atlas statue

Paradise Found

Cave reflection

Florence evning

Antarctica #14

taj mahal

Honey Hunter at work

Golden Goal

Bridges of Prague

9/11 Memorial & Tribute

Why We Love the F-Bomb

3 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Not so long ago, using the f-word in business was anathema. But somewhere between Twitter’s @ShitMyDadSays and Vice-President Joe Biden’s hot-mike “big f-ing deal” moment, it appears that profanity protocol has changed in some …

Joe Biden

Read Satya Nadella's first letter to employees as Microsoft's CEO

CEO calls for focus as he warns that "our industry does not respect tradition — it only respects innovation."<p>It's official, Satya Nadella is Microsoft's next CEO, and on his first day on the job he's sent a letter to the whole staff. In the letter, Nadella speaks of what he thinks makes Microsoft a …

This stunning underwater shot made our list of the best travel photos for January. Check out the full gallery here: http://on.natgeo.com/1iV9Sqb Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic Your Shot

Thailand Economic Outlook 2014: Political Tension Could Resolve In 4 Ways, None Allowing More Than 3% Of GDP Growth

Thailand’s political unrest, which has been ongoing since October, is looking increasingly less likely to be resolved peacefully. The best-case …

Greece: signs of growth come as austerity eases | Mark Weisbrot

Greece,Austerity,Eurozone crisis,International Monetary Fund (IMF),Europe,World news,European Union,European monetary union,Economics,Euro,Business<p>The IMF's austerity plan hasn't worked. Greece's possible recovery is down to a construction programme boosting the economy<p>It was nearly four years ago …

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The bloviating, partying, and high-minded panel-discussing that is the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, is just getting underway this week. Which prompts the question: What’s really important this year?<p>To answer this, I called my favorite Davos Man, Ian Bremmer, just before he hopped on …