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It looks like Amazon’s year-long search for a so-called second headquarters was all for naught. After selecting New York City as one of two new campuses in November, the company is now saying never mind. Amazon announcedThursday that it will no longer open a highly anticipated corporate office in Long Island City,...

Cut through the clutter of options and gain the trust of loyal customers. The internet has changed the way consumers shop, presenting them with a seemingly endless variety of choices. No matter what type of business you run, there are always new companies offering a better...

The facts that climate change is real and music relieves stress are the only two things scientists, by-and-large, seem to be in complete agreement on. That’s why we’re here to convince you to stop throwing plastic in the ocean and start playing a musical instrument. Step...

Hackers and their tactics are continually evolving but one thing remains the same: retailers are prime targets for a cyber-attack. This is such a widespread issue that in nearly every cyber-security report in the past few years retail is the industry topping the list for...

Ever since the turn of the millennium (the last one), there has been a whole lot of talk about millennials. This sometimes loosely defined social cohort is usually agreed to be those people born from the early 1980s to early 2000s. Known for their preference and...

When Google bought the advertising network DoubleClick in 2007, Google founder Sergey Brin said that privacy would be the company’s “number one priority when we contemplate new kinds of advertising products.” And, for nearly a decade, Google did in fact keep DoubleClick’s massive database of web-browsing...

In most competitive sports, getting off to a good start can mean the difference between winning and losing. Our hyper-competitive world of work is much the same. Getting off to a rough start with a new boss, colleague or client can put us at a distinct...

JANUARY has been a bad month for Facebook. First came a story showing that the social network has spent years intentionally profiting from, and refusing to refund, accidental purchases made by children. Kids as young as five were spending hundreds or even thousands of dollars...