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Hate what you’re doing? Feel like you want to quit? Find out how other small business owners responded when they felt that way. AP > What would it be like if Amazon brought 50,000 workers to your city? THE WASHINGTON ...

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Got a side gig? Don’t mess up your taxes (access required)

More and more people are earning extra cash by freelancing in the sharing economy. That may mean writing on the side, playing music on the weekends, driving for ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft or selling handmade jewelry on Etsy. No ...

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Who are the richest tech billionaires? (access required)

According to Forbes, the 10 richest tech billionaires in the world are: 1. Bill Gates ($84.5 billion) 2. Jeff Bezos ($81.7 billion) 3. Mark Zuckerberg ($69.6 billion) 4. Larry Ellison ($59.3 billion) 5. Larry Page ($43.9 billion) 6. Sergey Brin ...

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A number to know: Attaining sales quotas (access required)

11.3 According to a recent InsideSales.com report, European sales representatives are 11.3 percent better at attaining quota than U.S. sales representatives. According to the research, Europeans average 65 percent of representatives attaining quota compared to 58.4 percent of American representatives. ...

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You could win $500 in our contest (access required)

BridgeTower Media is hosting a contest to determine what are the most creative ways to save money. Anyone is eligible, there is no purchase necessary, and most importantly, we’re offering monetary prizes to the Top 3 winners to help you ...

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Google Chrome to be more proactive about insecure sites (access required)

Google’s Chrome browser is becoming more proactive about warning users of insecure internet sites when the update for Chrome OS comes out later this month. What to look for: Users can expect to see a “Not secure” warning in the browser’s address ...

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Business news roundup (access required)

Here’s what happened when a pub in the middle of nowhere was named the world’s best restaurant. BLOOMBERG > Northern California’s wine country has been devastated by wildfires. Here’s how it will affect the grapes, the wines and the industry. ...

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