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New Tools from LiveChat, Zoho Can Make Chat Easier for Businesses

The ability to chat in real time can make communicating with both customers and team members much easier for small businesses. This week, a pair of new offerings were announced that could make an impact in this area. First, LiveChat teamed up with BotEngine to create chat bots that can be available to customers anytime. And Zoho unveiled its new ... Read More »

Happy Teachers Day! These 20 stocks from D-Street gurus’ portfolios rose up to 245%

Happy Teacher’s Day, investors! And, when it comes to D-Street you can’t ignore the big bull, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala who has been an inspiration to a lot of investors, and Vijay Kedia who started identifying multibaggers from the age of 19. We might not have learned the art of investing directly from these market mavens but have got inspired from their ... Read More »

Flooding from Harvey the biggest risk to U.S. energy sector

 Refinery problems tied to the flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey and pipeline outages pose the biggest source of sector disruptions, Goldman Sachs said. Tropical Storm Harvey picked up pace and strength as it moved out of southern Texas overnight. The storm is on track to move east toward Louisiana and the Lower Mississippi Valley through Friday. The threat of flooding for the Houston metropolitan ... Read More »

Investing lessons from the poker table

A few years ago I beat a group of seniors and took $200 from them. No, I’m not a purse-snatching hooligan who preys on the elderly. I’m just a guy who loves to play poker, and one day I took a time off to visit the local casino, where I played poker at a table with several amiable older gentlemen. The experience got ... Read More »

Residents of This State Want to Work from Home More than Anyone Else in the US

A not-so-surprising trend is gathering steam across the U.S. The trend, which is indicative of what is happening in other markets around the world, is that more and more workers want to work from home. To better understanding how this trend is taking shape in the U.S, a New York-startup called AND CO set out to identify the states that have the most ... Read More »

Lessons From Entrepreneurs Who Built Multi-Million Dollar Companies

  Across every line of business, there are hundreds of quiet multi-million dollar companies that stay out of the limelight and serve their customer bases with dedication. They may not be as well-known as Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, or Peter Thiel, but they have lessons to impart nonetheless. These entrepreneurs are smart, resilient types who aren’t afraid of the hard ... Read More »

SoftBank’s investments will elbow out other funds from the market

Masayoshi Son, president and CEO of Softbank, delivers his keynote speech at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27, 2017(REUTERS) The New York Times reported on July 25 that SoftBank Group Corp. is considering a “multi-billion dollar investment” in ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc. The report said talks between the two companies were still at a preliminary stage. SoftBank already has ... Read More »

Trend: How Your Business Can Profit from Sparkling Water

This summer, the cold beverage of choice may not be soda or iced tea like it has been in the past. Instead, more and more consumers are reaching for sparkling water. In fact, the Beverage Marketing Corporation has projected sparkling water sales to increase by more than 20 percent in 2017, according to a report from Yahoo Finance. Led by popular brands ... Read More »

How the Hospitality Industry Can Benefit from Wireless Broadband

In the early days, Internet connectivity used to be regarded by many as a luxury or simply as some sort of status symbol. These days, however, it is truly a necessity. From connecting people to keeping them updated about news and current events around the world, the Internet has become a constant source of real-time information for people everywhere. Internet ... Read More »

Small Business Lending from Big Banks and Institutional Lenders Surges, Biz2Credit Reports

Big banks and institutional lenders continue giving small businesses a reason to smile. According to the newly released Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index report for November 2016, loan approval rates at both big banks and institutional lenders continued to rise, improving to new highs. What’s more, small banks also showed an increase in small business loan approval rates. The only drop in ... Read More »