Lady Gaga’s Startup Goes Out of Business
Back in 2011, Lady Gaga teamed up with a couple of venture capitalists to start Backplane, an idea that was perceived to be a high-end money making idea at the time. Backplane was started as a social network builder which [..]
Paypal Drops Payment Protection: Crowdfunding Becomes Riskier
In a surprise turn of events, in a recent policy change, PayPal pulls buyer protection for crowdfunding sites and will no longer offer purchase protection on purchases made on those crowdfunding platforms. This is [..]
[Video] Mark Cuban: Why Perfection in Business is a Bad Thing
Wanting things to be perfect is a common leadership trait that many entrepreneurs posses. But sometimes, the desire we have to make everything perfect can be a detriment.
In this Business Insider video, Shark Tank investor [..]
Adobe Systems Acquires Livefyre Social Media Platform
One of, if not the leading, multimedia and creativity software companies, Adobe Systems has acquired the San Francisco based social media platform company, Livefyre.
Livefyre launched in 2009. Initially the motive was to [..]
[Video] How Color Influences If Your Customers Will Buy
With online sales competition increasing, businesses are going to learn how to become smarter when selling to customers. A number of online and offline marketing strategies may work to help get exposure to a brand’s [..]
Why It Will Be More Difficult for Businesses to Reach Followers on Instagram
Instagram has announced that they will be ditching the traditional reverse chronological feed for new algorithm-based personalized feeds.
Posts will no longer appear in a chronological order and instead, followers will see [..]
Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence Experiment Goes Horribly Wrong as ‘Tay’ Turns into a Sociopath
Some very smart people have voiced their concerns about Artificial Intelligence and the possible negative outcomes of developing AI. Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and Microsoft founder Bill Gates are among those who think [..]
Google is Offering $100,000 to Anyone Who Successfully Hacks Chromebook
Since 2010, Google has been rewarding hackers who find vulnerabilities in their systems. And now, Google wants to offer you a fat check, if you can remotely hack Chromebook. Don’t believe it? Well, Google doesn’t play [..]