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How to Compete with Big Corporations and Win…

Waiting around to come up with the perfect idea or opportunity to compete with the big corporations? Turns out that the public would rather work with you than the big guys. Related: 5 Ways Startups Can Beat Big Companies According to 2015 data from the Public Affairs Pulse survey, on What ...

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Taco Bell's New Snack-Infused Item Is Cheesier Than Ever…

The Waffle Taco. The Pizza Cake. Loaded Doritos. Love them or hate them, these weird menu items are being cranked out by some of America’s beloved fast-food chains and dominating on social media. In the last few years, chains have becomes obsessed with creating bizarre food concoctions in the hopes ...

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How Guy Fieri's Empire Almost Burned to the Ground…

Once upon a time, Guy Fieri was a food-obsessed entrepreneur who dreamed of running his own restaurant. Fast forward a few years and the man doesn’t have one restaurant — he has 45. Fieri’s spots such as Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar, Guy Fieri’s Chophouse, El Burro Borracho and Guy’s Burger Joint can be found ...

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10 Instagram Strategies for Creative Marketers…

Instagram has seen incredible growth since it was acquired by Facebook in 2012 — in fact it’s grown by 400 percent! That’s why for marketers, it can be an extremely helpful tool.  Why Instagram? First, Instagram is easy to use, which is a big plus. Also, it’s not (yet) as ad-driven ...

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10 Facts About Big Mac Inventor Michael James Delligatti…

McDonald’s has been around for 61 years, but its most well-known offering, the Big Mac, wasn’t even on the menu until more than a decade into the chain’s history. It was the creation of Michael James “Jim” Delligatti, a franchise owner in Uniontown, Pa. This week, Delligatti died at 98 ...

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You Get the Talent That You Pay For…

I get it. Most startups operate on fumes, in terms of available cash resources. So, the natural instinct of most entrepreneurs is to pay as little as they can for most of the expenses in their business. And, I agree with that for most all expense categories, except one: human talent. Building ...

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