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LinkedIn’s Q2 2015 Earnings

Editor’s Note: We’d like to share with you the announcement related to our 2015 second quarter earnings. We’ll also be providing updates from the earnings call on StockTwits starting at 2pm Pacific Time today. Today, we reported our financial results for the second quarter 2015. We saw good progress in executing on transitions across our business. Revenue for Q2’15 was $712 million, an increase of 33% compared to the same quarter last … [Read More...]

The 11 Most Frequently Photographed Cups of Coffee on Instagram (Infographic)

Coffee shots on Instagram are a staple. Here are the blends that generate the most social traction. … [Read More...]

How a Detroit Couple Turned Their Low-Cost Investment Into a High-Grossing Business

Just as children's art doesn't need to all look the same, neither do business approaches. A husband and wife team created a business that works for them. … [Read More...]

To See Results, Entrepreneurs Must Choose the Right Marketing Metrics

For marketing to be effective, businesses need to befriend data and ensure they are measuring the right metrics for their business. … [Read More...]

Only the sharks survive? The risks of confrontation

The show “Shark Tank,” like much of the media, perpetuates the myth that you have to be aggressive, assertive, even confrontational to advance your career and become a leader; that thoughtfulness, politeness, and the inability to summarize an important idea in less than a minute are crippling diseases; and that the business world is akin to a shark tank where you are likely to be devoured unless you adopt the characteristics of the sharks to … [Read More...]

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