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How Recognizing a Problem Is the Key to Starting a Successful Business

Brian Bosche and Dan Bloom were video guys who started TernPro in 2014, a company that sent GoPros to companies that needed content for their websites.  They spent countless hours neck-deep in content, trying to make compelling videos out of hours of not-so-great footage. This meant having teams of people working on different tasks, like producing, editing and communicating with the client. One day, Brian looked at Dan and said, “This is nuts. I’m using five different systems for project management, asset management, reviews, editing and communication. I find myself doing as much work trying to organize workflow…

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Rolling Stores, Vestige of Old Atlanta, Struggle to Keep Up With Change

The little ones come out in their school uniforms, twirling braids, choosing carefully from the bags of salty junk on display, hands reaching up to put their money up on the ledge of the little window by the back wheels. The teenagers are tall enough to lean into the window almost conspiratorially. They look like penitents at confession. Mr. Palmer, half obscured in the truck’s interior, calls each of them sir or ma’am. He teaches respect by respecting them first. Continue reading the main story A teenage boy asks for…

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Why de Blasio Might as Well Be Running Unopposed

Mr. de Blasio, after all, has mostly failed in polls to win the support of white voters, even many Democrats. He is struggling to contain a surging homeless population. He clashes fruitlessly and often with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a fellow Democrat. Continue reading the main story His administration is mired in a series of overlapping fund-raising investigations, including some by the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, that could result in indictments of Mr. de Blasio or top officials in the coming weeks….

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A little-known Mexican-food chain run by a former Chipotle exec is crushing it

Melia Robinson/Business Insider If Rubio’s is the David to Chipotle’s Goliath, David is catching up. The San Diego-born chain, founded by a college-aged surfer and made famous for its fish taco recipe, rose to fame when it toppled Chipotle to become the top-rated Mexican restaurant chain in America in a 2015 Consumer Reports survey. Since then, Rubio’s has expanded from 163 locations on the West Coast to 206 nationwide, with an East Coast launch planned for 2017. By comparison, Chipotle has over 2,000 restaurants across the US. We visited Rubio’s…

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Tom Perez wins DNC chairmanship

Democrats have selected former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as their new chairman, choosing a veteran of the Obama administration which immediately appointed rival Keith Ellison as deputy chair of the DNC. “Over the past eight years, our party continued its track record of delivering on that promise: growing the economy, creating new jobs… I know that Tom Perez will unite us under that banner of opportunity,” said former President Obama, offering his congratulations.

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Launch of the Huawei Watch 2

Looking to steal users from the likes of Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Huawei has launched the Huawei Watch 2 as it takes another stab at the smartwatch market with a focus on fitness. The device has space for a SIM card – meaning it doesn’t have to be tethered to a phone – but the main selling point is the watch’s battery life. It offers two days of full usage and a special low-power mode that can display the time and track steps for up to 25 days on…

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The Biggest Threats in Your Inbox

Messaging apps and company policies that allow employees to “bring-your-own-device” (BYOD) or work remotely can increase job satisfaction and boost productivity, but there’s a flip side to this flexibility: They could threaten business security. Changes to the corporate landscape have ushered in a new era of threats. Still, there’s one communications channel that reigns supreme: email. In its 2016 Internet Security Threat Report, Symantec estimates there were a staggering 190 billion emails in circulation during 2015. Related: This Is Why Securing Your Business Is More Important Than Ever As long as email dominates corporate…

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Takata to set up compensation fund

Takata (OTCPK:TKTDY) is on the verge of establishing a compensation fund for victims of its exploding air bags as it heads to a Detroit federal court tomorrow to plead guilty to criminal misconduct. To sort through the claims, the firm has picked Kenneth Feinberg, an attorney who ran a similar program at GM following its ignition switch scandal. He’s also expected to oversee a second $850M Takata fund for automakers that are shouldering recall costs.

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