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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (III): THE KEKE REVOLUTION

The business I am about to introduce to you, especially for those interested, who are currently at a job, or contract, or not but can raise funds either alone or in conjunction with a friend or friends, especially in Lagos, or the South-West region of Nigeria (because I am familiar with that terrain), and indeed other parts of Nigeria (because I suppose there’d be little or no difference in their operation). 584 more words

Life

Houston BBB Warns of Text Message Gift Card Scam

(HOUSTON) — You may have received an unfamiliar text message saying, “Congratulations,” and that you’ve won a free gift card.

Leah Napoliello, head of investigative services with the… 194 more words

Business

Where are you on Gartner's Digital Business Development Path?

Garner has published a Digital Business Development Path that examines different business models from before the web to today’s digital platforms to help businesses see where they are currently and help make a case to increase their digital business. 29 more words

Strategy

Accounts and People of Note in the Advertising Industry by THE NEW YORK TIMES


By THE NEW YORK TIMES

MKTG is acquired by Aegis Lifestyle and Guitar Center names Starcom USA to handle media tasks.

Published: September 2, 2014 at 4:00AM… 9 more words

Hadi Aboukhater

Six Steps in Alibaba's 12-Figure Valuation by PETER THAL LARSEN


By PETER THAL LARSEN

Peter Thal Larsen of Reuters Breakingviews offers a guide for how fund managers can evaluate Alibaba as the company kicks off the roadshow for its long-awaited initial public offering. 12 more words

Hadi Aboukhater

Custom Software Development

For any company, software solutions represents an important factor for the business success. This is why you should be very careful when you buy software for your company. 151 more words

Software

Otmane El Rhazi: U.S. military wants multi-purpose sensors in Canada’s Arctic

Otmane El Rhazi from CBC | Technology News .

Several conversations with high-ranking U.S. military officers point to a common desire: multi-purpose sensors in Canada’s Arctic that would sniff out a wider range of potential threats than just intercontinental ballistic missiles.

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