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  • In the Driver’s Seat

    Fame Foundry and Ryan Newman are launching a revolutionary micro social network site that gives fans the power to interact like never before.

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  • A Simple Way to Manage Your Time

    To make sure you complete your highest priority tasks every day, assign each item on your to-do list to one of four categories – “I must do,” “I  next do,” “I could do” and “not mine to do” – and work through them in that order.

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  • A “Kingpin” of Reinvention

    Tom Shannon, who turned a dying bowling alley into a nationwide chain with $60 million in annual revenues, offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs: look for opportunities in unexpected industries, sell an experience rather than just a product and always be mindful of costs and profitability.

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  • Improving Your Written Communication Skills

    As commonplace as sending an e-mail has become, it’s easy to forget how the quality of your writing can impact your perception in the eyes of your colleagues and clients. Here are 14 tips you should keep in mind every time you sit down at your keyboard.

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  • Broadband Map Shows Up to 10% in U.S. Lack Good Internet

    According to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce, the digital divide within the nation persists, with as many as one in 10 Americans still lacking access to Internet connections that are fast enough to perform common tasks such as viewing photos, watching videos or using simple video conferencing services.

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  • How to Be a Better Coworker

    The rising popularity of coworking – in which employees from different organizations share a common office space – presents new challenges for workplace etiquette.

    Here are some tips to ensure a positive and productive work environment for everyone.

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  • The End of the “Mass” Era

    Mass production, mass media and big-box retail are giving way to customization, fragmentation, segmentation and niche markets, creating an era of choice and complexity.

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