94% of companies never hit $1 million in revenue in a year. Those that cross the million dollar mark are doing something that the others aren't. Building million dollar companies from scratch If anyone
A man died from a brain haemorrhage after hospital bosses refused to reassign staff brought in to operate on rotten teeth – delaying his treatment by four days. Despite calls from consultant neurosurgeon
In 2007, in the middle of a 12-hour nursing shift at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan, Rebecca Serdans noticed something was wrong. "It always starts with pain," she says — a hot, radiating
Personal assistant's are great; they keep track of everything from your contact list to favorite meals. And these days, your personal assistant fits in the palm of your hand. Here are four voice-activated
Americans are starting to perk up about privacy after the reveal of a government surveillance program called PRISM. But it’s important to know how tech companies generally track your data and what you’re
Announcer Abdul Samad Nasser, in the studio of the Arabic Al Jazeera satellite news channel. (Reuters/Fadi Al-assaad) Al Jazeera is well-funded and doesn’t need to make money. But its prospects, here in
We catch up with Amit Kleinberger, CEO of rising Frozen Yogurt giant Menchie’s, to learn about the fastest-growing frozen dessert category. Amit Kleinberger is the 33-year-old CEO of Menchie’s frozen a
This morning the New York Times reported an interesting piece of information about Shark Tank, the popular ABC show where business owners pitch their companies to a group of high-profile investors, including
Look at the history of entrepreneurship and you see a repeated story of technology disrupting industries. With the ever accelerating rate of advancement in many fields, the chance of future disruptions
Stereomood CEO Eleanora Viviani doesn’t mince words on how she plans to make money off her start-up: "We want to get acquired." Unless she invents a new business model--and a way to conquer music licensing
I don't often write about them, but the recently released Glenrothes Triple Pack release has gotten me thinking about the utility of the gift pack, a purchase that can indeed be worth your while. Now,
The online retailer has offered the same-day service in its home city of Seattle since 2007 and is now breaking further into the historically difficult online grocery market, the Los Angeles Times reports.
You might think that the biggest threat to Pandora right now is the just-announced iRadio, but Apple's upcoming music service isn't nearly as dangerous to Pandora's bottom line as record companies are.
For the first time since Apple opened the App Store in 2008, it’s explicitly opening up iOS to hardware game controllers, enabling console-like gaming experiences to be powered by its mobile devices. implications
In just eight years, mobile devices have become ubiquitous. Everyone now carries the Internet in their pockets. That has led to some amazing changes in the business world. Scrappy Internet upstarts have
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