Uber, the midmarket car service that’s been embroiled in a heated race with competitors and battling regulators, is now rolling out two strategies for serious growth.
The JOBS Act Would Make Funding Easier, If Businesses Only Knew About It.
New research indicates that only 1/3 of execs at smaller mid-market businesses were familiar with the JOBS Act, parts of which are designed to help them grow.
In Australia, Businesses Can Vote in Elections
But they aren’t required to. Sydney conservatives are working to change that.
Twitter Moves Us Closer to True Social Commerce
Twitter is racking up mid-market companies to facilitate shopping right from the social feed.
Businesses Need to Rethink Their Education Partnerships
Blanketing schools with “checkbook philanthropy” doesn’t really make a difference.
Old Versions of Internet Explorer Are Finally on Death Row
Web developers should rejoice, but not too quickly.
Is Fining Customers For Bad Reviews Even Legal?
Successfully enforcing Union Street Guest House’s $500 “joke” fines would normally require more than a court case.
Can Copycats Succeed In The Fashion Industry?
With so many entrenched names, the best market opportunities for mid-size companies sometimes lie in making knock-offs.
Online Personalization Has a New Name: Bloomreach.
E-commerce is just the beginning; the mid-size company’s new personalization engine uses real-time analytics to streamline any buying process across multiple devices.
Forget Innovation: Imitation is Better For Biz
Contrary to conventional wisdom, a company’s prosperity doesn’t hinge on staying ahead through reinventing the wheel.