Tag Archive: Business


Apple Maps cozies up to Foursquare for business data

Foursquare is now contributing “business listings data” to Apple Maps. Since the launch of Maps, Apple vowed to collect data from multiple sources to improve the service over time, and is living up to that promise with this new addition. It turns out that Apple has actually been collecting data from Foursquare for almost a […]

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Apple Maps cozies up to Foursquare for business data

Foursquare is now contributing “business listings data” to Apple Maps. Since the launch of Maps, Apple vowed to collect data from multiple sources to improve the service over time, and is living up to that promise with this new addition. It turns out that Apple has actually been collecting data from Foursquare for almost a […]

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Which social media management tool is right for your business? Depends on its size

This post is brought to you by Link-Assistant.Com Social media is a key component for businesses of any size. Whether it’s a restaurant managing their Facebook page and Yelp reviews, or a massive corporation whose message must be coordinated and ultimately use social media to shift public opinion, there are a whole range of powerful […]

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iPhone manufacturers are battling for Apple’s business

Stop the presses: supply chain companies really, really want Apple’s business. According to a new report, key Apple manufacturers Foxconn and Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) are currently battling over control of a third company, Siliconware Precision Industries, a.k.a. SPIL. Why? Because it will help them win more orders from Apple, of course. The Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor […]

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iPhone manufacturers are battling for Apple’s business

Stop the presses: supply chain companies really, really want Apple’s business. According to a new report, key Apple manufacturers Foxconn and Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) are currently battling over control of a third company, Siliconware Precision Industries, a.k.a. SPIL. Why? Because it will help them win more orders from Apple, of course. The Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor […]

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BuzzBundle lets you master the online buzz about your business

This post is brought to you by BuzzBundle.com. The power of the internet lies in the conversations it carries. If you’re looking to build an online reputation for your business or brand, you’ve got to make sure your voice is heard where it counts. Wherever someone is talking about something you can relate to, there’s […]

IBM’s new service wants to switch your business to Mac

IBM is set to become Apple’s largest corporate client ever, and now the company’s old rival is finally embracing Macs and iPhones, Big Blue is ready to help other businesses switch to Mac as well. In order to help its corporate clients switch over to Macs quickly, IBM announced today that it now offers cloud-based […]

How one entrepreneur is turning his forgetfulness into a business

SAN FRANCISCO — Teddy Winthrop is forgetful, a trait he inherited from his dad. His father implored him to get a Day-Timer, an executive planner that was wildly popular in the ’80s. But the young entrepreneur dismissed the idea —… Read more ›

Microsoft is gutting its Windows Phone hardware business

Remember that time Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer openly laughed at the iPhone? Well, it turns out the phone business isn’t so easy after all, because for the second year in a row Microsoft has announced it’s laying off large numbers of… Read more ›

Apple’s OS X naming strategy turned around business for Yosemite National Park

If you ever want to find some evidence of just how significant Apple is these days, take a look at how it can impact upon seemingly unrelated areas — like, say, tourism. According to a new report, following Apple’s decision… Read more ›