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  • Apple discontinues iPod nano and iPod shuffle
  • Period underwear brand Thinx names new CEO after HR issues
  • Amazon stock falls as profit declines 77%
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  • Start-up
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  • Why Culture Matters So Much for Start-Ups
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  • Inc.com
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  • 7 Common Spelling Mistakes That Make You Look Ignorant
  • How To Obliterate Fear In Your Life Immediately
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  • 5 Business Benefits of Earned Media
  • Entrepreneur
  • A Single Leak Can Ruin Your Business. Here's How to Protect Yourself.
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  • Michelle Obama on Harnessing Your Power in the Face of Adversity
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  • 7 Ways To Grow Your Personal Brand in Less Than a Week
  • Entrepreneur: Startup
  • Good News: Your Credit Score Might Just Get a Bump In the Right Direction
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  • N'Sync's Joey Fatone Bites Into the Hot Dog Business
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  • The 6 Best Jobs for Teenage Entrepreneurs
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  • Betting Big and Crafting a Winning Elevator Pitch
  • 3 Simple Product Development Lessons All Entrepreneurs Should Remember
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  • The Small Business Guide to Thriving in the Amazon-Whole Foods Era
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  • Watch Out! These 4 HR Tool Mistakes Will Cost You.
  • Medical Entrepreneurship Is Not Just for Big Pharma
  • 4 Distractions You Must Stop Stressing Over If You Want to Succeed
  • 5 Ways to Make Your Customers Say 'WOW'
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  • Entrepreneur: Sales and Marketing
  • 7 Ways To Grow Your Personal Brand in Less Than a Week
  • 10 Mistakes You're Making With Google Analytics
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  • Affiliate vs. Influencer Marketing: Which Should Your Company Use?
  • Entrepreneur: Online Business
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  • Three Ways to Buy an Established Online Business
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  • How This Immigrant Created a Successful Marketing Agency
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  • Management podcast
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  • Entrepreneurship
  • The teenage summer jobs that shaped leaders
  • Devialet and Sky join forces in sound system deal
  • Women at work — from lab coats to space suits
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  • Hampton Creek’s outside directors quit with only chief remaining
  • Evan Spiegel, Stanford dropout with a magic touch
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  • Podcast: An app to change how Chinese students pick jobs
  • NYT > Business Day
  • Wells Fargo Forced Unwanted Auto Insurance on Borrowers
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  • Asian Shares Slide as Wall St Tech Swoon Weighs on Sentiment
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  • Amazon Profits Fall Far Short of Expectations, but Investors Shrug
  • Libor Brought Scandal, Cost Billions — and May Be Going Away
  • Move Over, Bill Gates. Jeff Bezos Gets a Turn as World’s Richest Person.
  • SpaceX Is Now One of the World’s Most Valuable Privately Held Companies
  • The Strange Case of Martin Shkreli Is Wrapping Up
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  • State of the Art: How BuzzFeed’s Tasty Conquered Online Food
  • Uber’s Next C.E.O.? Meg Whitman Says It Won’t Be Her
  • Amazon Profits Fall Far Short of Expectations, but Investors Shrug
  • SpaceX Is Now One of the World’s Most Valuable Privately Held Companies
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  • Bits: BuzzFeed Is Turning Food Videos Into a Profit Empire
  • Move Over, Bill Gates. Jeff Bezos Gets a Turn as World’s Richest Person.
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  • The Year of the Goat
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  • Amazon Borrows a Page From Instagram
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  • ​Three Companies ​That ​Could Be Safe From Amazon
  • A History of Sears: Through Highs and Lows
  • Yellen: Inflation Should Rebound, Fed Could Alter Policy
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  • New Senate Health Bill Draws Mixed Reactions
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  • Yellen: The Fed Will Raise Short-Term Interest Rates
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  • The Impact of a Strong Yen
  • Cross-Cultural Management Strategy
  • The Future of the Eurozone
  • What's Going on at Goldman Sachs in Asia?
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  • Sourcing Giant: China Consumers Drive Innovation
  • CIO Network: Will AI Take Your Job?
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  • Corporate Decision-Making: Is Hindsight 20/20?
  • How Power and Success Equate for a CEO
  • Rep. Meeks: 'Bad Culture' at Wells Fargo
  • Some CEOs Drive Digital Transformation Even Faster Than IT
  • Dangote Group CEO Says Firm's Future Is in Oil Despite Downturn
  • Commerce Secretary Pritzker on U.S.-Africa Trade
  • Reuters: Business News
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  • Amazon plows ahead with high sales and spending; profit plunges
  • Value of U.S. deals in China sinks on rising trade tensions
  • In Puerto Rico bankruptcy, mutual funds compete with themselves
  • U.S. coal exports soar, in boost to Trump energy agenda, data shows
  • Wells Fargo to refund $80 million to customers hit by car loan insurance
  • GM Cadillac chief outlines plan for fewer sedans, more electrics
  • Digital currency start-ups shrug off SEC warning on fund raising
  • Flush times for hackers in booming cyber security job market
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  • Amazon plows ahead with high sales and spending; profit plunges
  • Exclusive: Not Made in America - Wal-Mart looks overseas for online vendors
  • China bike-sharing firm Ofo in talks to raise $1 billion, led by SoftBank: sources
  • Xiaomi gains new $1 billion loan to drive retail push, expansion overseas
  • Sharp returns to first quarter profit on Foxconn's cost-cut drive, beats estimates
  • Flush times for hackers in booming cyber security job market
  • GM Cadillac chief outlines plan for fewer sedans, more electrics
  • Digital currency start-ups shrug off SEC warning on fund raising
  • China's Baidu profit jumps as focus on mobile, AI narrows
  • Hutchison's Drei to buy Tele2 to rival Telekom Austria
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  • Tech slides on Wall Street
  • Twitter shares tumble
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  • Russia sanctions may hit European interests
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