Fitbit acquires health management startup Twine
Fitbit has come a long way since its step-counting days. The wearable technology company has been scooping up acquisitions faster than its users have been shedding pounds.
In an effort to transform from a hardware company to [..]
How the Repeal of Net Neutrality Will Hurt Your Small Business
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal the rules protecting net neutrality on December 14, 2017, they weren’t thinking about the 83 percent of Americans who were opposed to their actions. They [..]
How New Entrepreneurs Can Build a High Sales Converting Website
Being a new entrepreneur is challenging. Not only do you need to develop an exceptional product or service, you have to work hard to establish your brand and reputation online and offline. This includes growing [..]
Should Your Company Utilize Chatbots? Here Are How Some Brands Using Them Effectively.
Major companies are using chatbots online to revolutionize customer service. For one, chatbots allow companies to respond to customer concerns more quickly, with more information, that is tailored to that customer’s needs. [..]
Visa and Mastercard increase fees for investing in cryptocurrencies to almost 10 percent
Investing in cryptocurrencies is about to get harder—and a lot more expensive. Two of the world’s largest credit card processors, VISA and MasterCard, have just changed the way that the purchase of cryptocurrencies like [..]
Fiverr acquires freelancer software platform And Co
Fiverr, an online marketing place where freelancers can be hired, is acquiring AND CO, a New York City startup that helps freelancers manage their client relationships.
Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman said in a report that Fiverr [..]
5 Reasons You Should Use Commercial Real Estate Software
It is common for real estate firms to run into issues such as slow response timing, lost paperwork and poor communication, especially with clients and potential customers. Due to the recurrence of such problems, owners of [..]
COO Anthony Noto leaves Twitter to become CEO of financial startup SoFi
In a big Silicon Valley shakeup, Twitter has just announced that Chief Operating Officer (COO) Anthony Noto has resigned. Noto, who has been with the social media company since 2014, has reportedly been named as the new [..]