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How to Set Up Your Website for Retina-Ready Images

Here are ways to make your website friendly to retina displays, like those found in a lot of newer Apple devices.

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Millennials vs Generation Z: What Employers Must Know (Infographic)

For a while now, Millennials have been the big story. And hiring and integrating them into your workforce has been a major concern for small business owners. But today a new generation is poised to enter the workforce — and the news isn’t all bad.

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Insurance-based broker-dealers plan to use BICE under DOL fiduciary rule

A handful of insurers, such as MassMutual and Lincoln National, intend to use the Best Interest Contract Exemption in their brokerage networks.

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75 Percent of Small Businesses Have No Cyber Risk Insurance

New data from IDT911 shows that small businesses are largely and woefully unprepared for a cyber attack.

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Why Your Business Needs a Corporate Scholarship Program

Giving back to the community is integral to sustained success and creating a scholarship program is one surefire way to build a solid brand.

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10 Tips for Creating a Better Online Ad Video

Video is becoming more important as a marketing tool online. Video ads are just one part of that trend. Follow these great tips for improving your company’s video marketing efforts.

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How I Surfed The Wave That Nearly Drowned My Startup

In 2014, I faced a near-death startup experience.

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10 Tips for Using Google Slides Like a Pro

If you’re working on a presentation for your company and using Google Slides, these tips will transform your slideshow.

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Change to SAFE Mortgage Licensing Act Would Benefit Small Lenders

If the SAFE Transitional License Act of 2015 — currently before the U.S. Senate — is passed into law, it would certainly count as a victory for small businesses.

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Wyoming poised to scrutinize its RIA industry for the first time

In about a year from now, 21 investment advisory firms representing about $518 million of assets will be required to switch to a state registration from the one they now hold with the SEC.

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