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When it comes to business systems, the internet is a big place

By Alex WroblewskiThe internet has changed everything.From the way people interact with each other online, to the way they interact with businesses online.The world of online commerce has changed forever, but it hasn't changed the way we interact with business systems.It's the exact same business model that businesses have been using for years.Businesses, as they've been using it since the

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Which business books will get the most investment?

Business books will not make the cut when it comes to investment in 2019, but there are some that could benefit from an investment in 2018.A report from the McKinsey Global Institute predicts that the books on investment in 2020 will have the highest share of total investment by 2019.McKinsey said that investment in the book and business development sectors

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How to grow your business, and what you need to know

A few years ago, I launched my own business, which I would later refer to as "business development."At the time, I was still just starting out, and I had a few months left on my contract.But it was just the beginning.After I had my first meeting with an investor, I immediately made a commitment to the company.That's when I decided

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Akshay Kumar’s Vacasa is the only app for Indian business developers to promote their startups to the world – The Times of India

Business development is in the air, and there are many apps and services that can help you do it.But it's an uphill battle.Akshay's Vacause, a new app by the former India head of the US venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, aims to tackle this problem.The app, which launched in India on Tuesday, is not a new idea.The company launched its

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Obama administration: Trump administration could ‘use the power of the purse’ to shut down businesses that violate environmental laws

President Barack Obama is calling on the Trump administration to step in and shut down some companies that violate federal environmental laws, a senior administration official told POLITICO on Friday.The official said the president would be open to "all options" to do so if Trump administration officials were able to demonstrate that they could not enforce the Clean Air Act

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