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The free coworking space hiding under your nose

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Entrepreneurship can be lonely, especially in the early days before a business is big enough to hire a team. Many entrepreneurs are turning to coworking spaces to get out of their homes (or their cafes) and meet other entrepreneurs. But these spaces are not available in all cities – or in rural areas, in...

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6 benefits of a good credit score

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You may only be thinking about your credit score before a major purchase, such as when to buy a house or apply for a loan. However, good credit can serve as a continuous behind-the-scenes pass to a world of VIP benefits, premium products, and easier access to the opportunities you want most. “You want...

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Parañaque town’s unsettled funds reached 125 million pesos

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Four former mayors of Parañaque have yet to liquidate a total of 125.6 million pesos in intelligence funds, pushing the city’s unsettled cash advance for 2012 to 201.996 million pesos. According to the latest audit report on local governments released on September 2 by the Audit Commission (COA), Florencio Bernabe Jr., mayor from 2004...

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10 million households do not have a bank account

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The number of people who do not have a bank account is on the rise as many households turn to other means of obtaining money – such as prepaid cards, payday loans, lenders on pledge and check cashing services. About 8.2% of US households, or nearly 10 million, do not have a bank account,...

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Strategies for entrepreneurs facing newborns

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I was a freelance consultant when I got pregnant years ago, and had visions of working from my home office with my daughter napping or contentedly playing nearby. Then reality hit. For the first three years, I struggled to get her to sleep at a steady rate, and it often seemed like naps were...

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RFID Enhanced Driver’s License: Big Brother or Better Future?

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Wired.com reports that the state of California abruptly tabled legislation that could have allowed the inclusion of RFID (radio frequency identification) chips in state driver’s licenses. Privacy activists hail the suspension of this plan as a victory against the government’s intrusion into people’s lives and believe these chips, which are in fact tiny radio...

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Is your business plugged into the smart metering opportunity?

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Smart Meters: They’ve been in the headlines for months (if not years), so you’d be hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t at least heard or read about them. So far, however, the conversation has mostly been centered on how they can benefit homeowners and tenants in the residential sector – but this is...

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New technology helps business owners stop shoplifters

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Amazon is known as the world’s largest online retailer, but most people don’t know that Amazon has made two big strides in physical retail. The best known is Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods, but last December the tech giant quietly opened a small grocery and convenience store, Amazon Go, which operates differently from...

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