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Software-as-a-service can be an excellent option when it comes to lowering the operating costs of a business. However, companies can end up with software from multiple providers, which can result in organizations losing track of its subscriptions, or paying for a service that team members aren’t fully tapping into. To help businesses cope with this
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Leaders of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board issued a joint statement Wednesday about the impact of the coronavirus on audit firms trying to operate in China and the impact on audit quality, while offering them the possibility of relief as auditors struggle to visit clients during the outbreak.
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Threats to the health and continued operation of your small business can come from every corner: Your employees, Your government, Outside human forces (hackers), and Outside natural forces (Mother Nature). Grim statistics tell us that 40% of businesses never reopen after a natural disaster. Recently, a telemarketing firm closed its doors and threw 300 people
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When running your own business, it can be challenging to separate your work life from your personal life. Unlike a 9 to 5 job, business owners take their work with them when they leave the office. As the line between work and home becomes blurred, business owners often end up making major sacrifices along the
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This article was written by Joe Galvin, Chief Research Officer at Vistage, a Salesforce partner. Like a heart attack, a cyberattack can strike at any moment — and cause almost instantaneous damage to your company’s productivity, credibility, financial security, and more. Beyond the trouble, this threat is expensive. According to the National Center for the Middle Market
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Medical staff check a patient’s condition at a temporary hospital converted from “Wuhan Livingroom” in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, Feb. 10, 2020. Xiong Qi | Xinhua | Getty Images Small businesses in New York’s Chinatown are losing customers over “unfounded” coronavirus fears, the city’s small business chief told CNBC on Thursday. “Business owners are
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This collection of social media marketing and new hire announcements is a compilation of the past week’s briefs from our daily Marketing Land newsletter. Click here to subscribe and get more news like this delivered to your inbox every morning. YouTube tests a donate feature for creators, WhatsApp hits a milestone YouTube mirrors Twitch with
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An offer letter often includes things like the job title and description, compensation and benefits, and any terms or contingencies — but you aren’t limited to just those elements. As an employer, you can share important information, as well as add a personal touch to welcome your new potential employee to the fold. To help highlight some options, we asked Young
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As taxpayers roll into the second tax-filing season under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, one question remains: “Will I come out ahead in 2019?” The IRS began accepting 2019 tax returns on Jan. 27 and anticipates it will receive more than 150 million individual returns this year. Thus far, the agency has delivered 4.3
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Usefulness Content Freshness Authors Ram Charan and Julia Yang explain the factors of Amazon’s success by examining six operational building blocks. The Amazon Management System will provide the right framework to make your operational decisions better. The Amazon Management System Amazon: among entrepreneurs, no name more embodies the ideal of business success. Many businesses may
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Quora on Wednesday announced two new features in its ad platform designed to help advertisers measure and attribute conversions: Advanced Match and Conversions Windows. Advanced match. This new tool allows advertisers to modify the Quora Pixel code to match secure, hashed emails with more website conversions from Quora Ads. The major benefit is that advertisers will
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Carlos Gil shares his thoughts on why almost everything we see on social media is an illusion. February 9, 2020 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Carlos Gil, CEO and founder of Gil Media Co., talks about his career journey, including dropping out of school and selling shoes, before realizing
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Instacart is a grocery delivery service that operates in markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Part of the growing gig economy, this service provides opportunities for those who want to work as independent contractors or earn a bit of extra money on the side. If you want to become an Instacart shopper or explore a
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Pinterest revenues reached $400 million for the fourth quarter of 2019, growing 46% year-over-year and exceeding analysts’ forecast of $371.2 million, the company reported Friday. Annual revenue surpassed $1 billion, to reach $1.14 billion – an increase of 51% over 2018. Audience growth. Global monthly active users (MAUs) grew 26% year-over-year reaching 335 million, up
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