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Wayne Rooney was as likely to be controversial on ITV as Donald Trump is to say something emollient

One thing we could all agree on after their victory in Berlin on Saturday was that England looked a much more persuasive operation without Wayne Rooney in the side. His is a reputation rapidly sliding in absentia. So it was that ITV asking the injured England captain to comment on the next stage of …

Chelsea news: Eva Carneiro told to return to club's training ground

Exclusive: Doctor has not been seen at Chelsea for more than a month but has now been recalled to Cobham and may eventually return to the bench<p>Dr Eva Carneiro, who was banned from the Chelsea bench after being criticized by manager Jose Mourinho, has been told to report for work at the club’s …

Business Model Generation: Profitable, Creative Ways to Make Money

What do you think is the most powerful component of a successful and profitable business? You might say marketing or technology – but I think it’s …

How The Innovative Game Of Thrones Opening Credits Were Built

It is, at times, difficult to be king. Especially when four different nobles lay claim to the throne, the situation that commences <i>Game of Thrones</i>’ third season. A dispute resolvable only by war—a particularly contracted, bloody one that spills across grasslands, ice and desert.<p>Angus Wall must try …

Four Things to Get Right When Starting a Company

Most VCs and entrepreneurs believe start-ups are inherently iterative, that a string of mistakes doesn’t prevent success, but may even be the path to it. Generally, that view is correct, but there are a few choices made early on that have implications so deep as to be functionally irreversible, …

How to Engage Your Customers and Employees

Most customers now ignore targeted marketing campaigns, avoid responding to offers, and provide minimal feedback when asked. Instead, potential customers interact with each other, bypassing sanitized corporate messages devoid of meaning or value.<p>Meanwhile, employees increasingly look beyond …

Secret Trait of Every Successful Entrepreneur | Inc.com

One of the qualities that is most helpful in an aspiring entrepreneur is optimism. Without it you would be foolish to attempt risk. Consider those before us who against the greatest odds managed to start and build successful businesses. What was their secret?<p>Conrad Hilton and I went to the same …

4-Step Formula for Guaranteed Success | Inc.com

Success in business, especially in growing businesses, does not require an ingeniously complex solution. Often, success comes from mastering the basic fundamentals.<p>In short, success is about addressing a customer need better than you or your competitors currently address it. In many cases, the "new …

What I’ve Learned: My Journey as an Entrepreneur One Month Before My 30th Birthday

All my life I have been an entrepreneur. It’s something that runs in my family. It’s a mentality. A drive. It’s wanting the most out of life and …

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When You Can’t Innovate, Copy

Nothing breeds copycats like a successful business venture. When a new business idea is incubated and executed successfully, cloners naturally emerge and imitate. To mitigate the investing risks associated with eroding market opportunities due to copycats, investors always look for companies with …

Crunching the numbers

Banks know a lot about their customers. That information may be valuable in more ways than one<p>A BIG BANK hires a star analyst from another firm, …

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Posted by Young Entrepreneur Council on Mar 29, 2013<p>As entrepreneurs, we’re used to being questioned about everything we do. Perhaps it’s one reason …

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5 Email Marketing Lessons From The Obama Campaign

Politics is a subject that often gets a lot of people riled up… Fortunately, we’re here to talk about email marketing!<p>President Barack Obama has been …

How I made AppSumo a lot of money through emails

Two quick background stories then I’ll show how some clever writing made AppSumo an ass-ton of money:<p><b>———QUICK BACKGROUND STORY 1———</b><p>This guy, Noah …

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The hidden dangers of playing it safe with your career

<b>Taking Smart Risks</b><p>By Doug Sundheim<p><i>(McGraw-Hill, 258 pages, $30.95)</i><p>Business people are acutely aware of the dangers of taking the wrong risks. They could lose their jobs, or their companies. But Westchester, N.Y.-based consultant Doug Sundheim says they need to hear more about the dangers of …

Max Greenfield On Being An Axe Auteur

The New Girl star writes, directs, and stars in the web series Finding Susan Glenn.<p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iR7NTPwSMeE<p>Max Greenfield is best known for playing Schmidt, the womanizing—and often shirtless—roommate on Zooey Deschanel’s FOX sitcom <i>New Girl</i>, and Axe, the men’s personal-care …

Thomas Edison, Power-Napper: The Great Inventor on Sleep and Success

It took <b>Thomas Edison</b> superhuman feats of biology to fuel his astoundingly ambitious to-do list. He reportedly slept a mere three to four hours at night, “regarding sleep as a waste of time, ‘a heritage from our cave days,'” as James Maas tells us in his 1997 productivity bestseller <i>Power Sleep</i></i> …

5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology

Trends get a bad rap, mostly because they are often equated with fashions. Talk about trends and people immediately start imagining wafer thin models strutting down catwalks in outrageous outfits, or maybe a new shade of purple that will be long forgotten by next season.<p>Yet trends can be important, …

New $1.6 billion supercomputer project will attempt to simulate the human brain

In what is the largest and most significant effort to re-create the human brain to date, an international group of researchers has secured $1.6 …

How two scientists are using the New York Times archives to predict the future

Advertisement<p>8 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock / Ruggiero Scardigno<p>Researchers at Microsoft (s MSFT) and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology are …

Photographer Snaps Photo Atop the Burj Khalifa (Yes, the Very Top!)

Rooftopper photographers are continuously pushing themselves and raising the bar, literally, to get that vertigo-inducing shot. These insane, …

Krishna Bharat on the evolution of Google News and the many virtues of “trusting in the algorithm”

In a blog entry just posted to the Google News blog, Google News’ founder, Krishna Bharat, offers a fascinating comparison between Google’s “coverage” of 9/11 and the news it provided of Osama bin Laden’s death earlier this week. “We have certainly come a long way in the last decade,” he notes. …

Ancient languages reconstructed by computer program

<b>A new tool has been developed that can reconstruct long-dead languages.</b><p>Researchers have created software that can rebuild protolanguages - the ancient tongues from which our modern languages evolved.<p>To test the system, the team took 637 languages currently spoken in Asia and the Pacific and …

New DNA-Based Transistor Brings Us One Step Closer To True Human Computers

The increasingly ambiguous divide between man and machine just got blurred that much more with Stanford's recent announcement: scientists have …

China’s internet is better than yours

A new paper shines some light on the “next generation internet” China is building—and it’s far ahead of anything any other country has at the moment. The improvements aren’t just superficial faster broadband fluff either. They are deeply important changes to the very backbone of the system.<p>The …

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