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How to avoid hurting your social media image

By Marsha Friedman Guest columnist -- I remember when the Internet first gained prominence and it became apparent that having a website was essential for any...

How small businesses can win globally

  By Mona Pearl Guest columnist Business leaders today have the skills and finesse to identify and execute great deals globally. It’s the soft issues that surface on the...

Collaborative website aims to draw attention to Midwest travel

By Ann Meyer As a marketing consultant to the destination travel industry for more than a decade, Robin Malpass watched as Midwest tourism bureaus and...

GrubHub adds New York partner for next jump in online users

Chicago-based GrubHub has announced a partnership with New York-based Next Jump, which provides employee rewards programs, including deals on restaurants and other goods and...

Petite dessert trend has consumers buying more

By Alison Kessler Medill News Service -- It seems you can have your cake and eat it, too. Desserts, unlike their main dish counterparts, have gained...

Through social media, small businesses connect, promote and learn

By Hillary Markow Jewish Business News -- Six months before it opened its doors for business, Uva Spa & Wine Boutique had Facebook fans. Less than...

Entrepreneurs’ motivation may determine job creation prospects

It pays to know the difference between "necessity" entrepreneurs and "opportunity" entrepreneurs, Eva Pereira suggests in a Forbes blog that explores entrepreneur-led economic development...

Entrepreneurs build wealth in China

First-generation entrepreneurs lead the pack of those creating wealth in China, a New York Times blog reported. A study by Bain & Co. suggests...

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Masked merchants re-open Friday at Woodfield Mall after two-month hiatus

Dennis Savchenko of Talk N'Fix at Woodfield Mall opened Friday, May 29, the first day the...
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My view: Bring in the $600 weekly checks

If the federal government’s pledge to give unemployed workers an extra $600 a week has you scratching your heads,...

Women founders share war stories to inspire persistence

Delna Straus, co-founder of KEYO, participated in the fourth annual Women Tech Founders' Conference held online...

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My view: Bring in the $600 weekly checks

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