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The Mergers and Acquisitions Cycle: Buy. Divide. Conquer.

The all-important question swirling in the boardrooms of corporate America is: Who is creating more value? Is the bigger-is-better crowd right? Or is the smaller-and-more-focused pack the one to follow? 199 more words

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Try These Social Media Marketing Tips Out

As with any endeavor that you embark on in the business world, you need to plan out your social media marketing plan before you begin, which will give you the foresight you need to succeed. 18 more words

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Beyond the pink press

If you are a regular reader of the business press in this country, you would know that there is a marked tendency to give a “positive spin” to most things. 523 more words

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The top 10 words of TED2015

TED is about ideas worth spreading, and these often come wrapped up in words worth knowing. Here are some of the great words from TED2015: 504 more words

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Great top 10 list here from TED Blog. But the word that caught my eye is "retronym," used in number 9. If you click the link it takes you to wordnik.com which defines the word this way:

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • n. A word or phrase created because an existing term that was once used alone needs to be distinguished from a term referring to a new development, as acoustic guitar in contrast to electric guitar or analog watch in contrast to digital watch.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • n. A new word or phrase coined for an old object or concept whose original name has become used for something else or is no longer unique (such as acoustic guitar where guitar used to mean this but can now also refer to an electric guitar).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • n. a word introduced because an existing term has become inadequate
Read user feedback on this word over at wordnik.com and see how TED Blog uses it in the post below. While you're at it store these 10 words in the back of your brain. You're sure to see and hear them again in the coming months.

Entrepreneurship Thrives in the #Hive

Busy lawyers and entrepreneurs Bradley Lum and Trey Waterloo understand the desire for independence and the roadblocks that keep most people from it. They’ve  navigated the hurdles inherent to stepping out on your own and now want to help fellow entrepreneurs solve some common problems, such as the need for an independent work environment conducive to effective and efficient work habits, the need for targeted education that would aid in reaching certain goals, and the need for affordable health-care options for the self-employed. 415 more words

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30 years of .com

The first .com domain was registered March 15, 1985, to a computer manufacturer, Symbolics Inc.

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How To Improve Wealth Building?

Wealth building might sound like a subject only the nation’s elite use but in fact it should be in the mind of every entrepreneur. Wealth which may be defined as the abundance of valuable resources, is the most desirable goal of every entrepreneur.  224 more words

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