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Doing Business in New York

It can be daunting to set up a company in New York City, but there’s a reason the City has been touted as the “world’s cultural capital” over the years. With a population growth of nearly 3 percent between 2000 and 2010 it’s obviously a place of opportunity for anyone attempting to reach a large-scale

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Small Business and Health Care

Though many of Obama’s $940 billion health care legislation provisions won’t take effect until 2014, small business owners are already feeling the strain. Tax credit: worth the trouble? In a survey of 305 small business owners by the Small Business and Entrepreneurship council, 90% had yet to apply for tax credits available to them under

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A Case for Content Writing Services

Your website is the portal to your business. Not only does it provide potential clients or customers with immediate access to your work, it’s also the face for your company – the first impression for potential clients and competitors alike. In an age of media saturation, where bloggers have an arguably equal effect on politics

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How To Name Your Business – part 1

How to name your business, a question that has been asked by many, and answered by a select few. Naming your business is one of the most important aspects of starting up, and maintaining, your own business. Your business’s name must stick in the minds of consumers and investors, and be related to the nature

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Nowadays SEO is necessary part of for your business advertising strategy,

So, after you let that sink in a bit, let’s talk. How many clicks is your website getting? Where does your business rank in search results? Given the data, there is a large incentive for businesses to optimize their page in order to boost search rankings. SEO, or search engine optimization, is a tool for

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Business Quotes – Kenneth Feld

Few interesting quotes from an interview with Kenneth Feld, published in New York Times on October 24, 2010. The interview by Adam Bryant. About Kenneth Feld from Wikipedia: Kenneth Jeffrey Feld (born 1948 in Washington, DC) is the CEO of Feld Entertainment, which owns Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice!, Doodlebops Live!

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Symantec Virtual Meeting for stockholders

Symantec is the first Fortune 500 Corporation which organized its annual meeting for stockholders only in a virtual version. However, there are many complains about this gathering. There were plenty of complains about the meeting hosted by Symantec. They used only voice communication without a video transmission, few directors from the company didn’t attend the

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Email templates in Gmail

[Tip for Gmail users] Responding emails is an everyday task for most of modern businesses. In many cases we repeat some parts of our messages over and over. Responds to clients like quotes and answering general questions do not have to be done by coping and pasting text from other emails. Gmail users can use

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I.B.M. Buys Sterling Commerce unit of AT&T

I.B.M. Buys an AT&T Business Software Unit for $1.4 billion, Sterling Commerce unit of AT&T makes software that helps businesses buy and sell to each other

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Business in New York City

Why doing business in a place as expensive as New York City? Businesses in the city pays triple what they should be paying for office space anywhere else. However, salaries are at least double what they would be anywhere else. There are hundreds of thousands of small businesses in New York City and some of

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