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As the internet age advances, more and more businesses are finding new life online. The potential benefits of such a venture are great as the internet

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The security threat over social media is often a big concern for its users. As you can see the cyber crooks have been waiting to find any opportunity

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On-page search engine optimization is definitely one of the key methods if a website owner would like to improve the results for his or her website's

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Why Facebook should not be your call to promote your business online

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Editing Photos with Mac: The Basics

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Tools for Workers Paid by the Hour

The Huffington Post quoted the US Labor Department saying that 3 out of 5 or 59.1% of the American workforce are now paid by the hour. According to the Labor Department, this rate is up by 0.5% from 2010 and 1.5% from 2008 figures. Although the Economist has noted that the percentage of workers getting paid on an hourly basis has been mounting since 4 decades ago. Most businesses opt to hire part-time workers or contractors to do a full-time employee’s job to keep wages and other expenses a

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Just recently, T-Mobile held its very first earnings call headed by their CEO, John Legere. Legere was happy and in good spirits and he has every reason to be. This year’s second quarter marked a milestone in the company’s history; in other words, the company grew. It stopped growing for quite a long time and this quarter’s rise is a welcome surprise. T-Mobile’s Growth This year saw the incredible growth of the compan y who welcomed more than 600,000 new postpaid accounts, which co

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Apple cooks up September 10 event

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