Business articles published in March 2013
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March 31, 2013
Facebook and Google to Redesign New Campuses
As they are expanding a lot, they needs to be more bigger. Where Facebook needs bigger office, Google needs a personal runway and Apple needs their personal spaceship.
March 30, 2013
Why Facebook is NOT Making a Phone
Rumors resurface that Facebook is about to release a phone. Why you should expect an entirely different animal...
March 29, 2013
Zendesk Announces New Native iPad App to Enhance Mobile Support
Zendesk releases new native customer support app for iPad.
March 28, 2013
Google Shopping Express May Rival Amazon and eBay
Google Prepping E-commerce Platform To Battle eBay And Amazon?
March 26, 2013
Security Robots Company Receives $2M in Funding From Peter Thiel
RoboteX, the private security robots company, is backed by Peter Thiel, the PayPal founder, with $2 million of a desired 5 million round of funding.
CIA to Collaborate with Amazon to Build Their Private Network
CIA to move their personal operations over the Cloud in partnership with Amazon.
March 20, 2013
Crowdfunding Advice to Entrepreneurs: Fulfill Your Orders
People naturally share good ideas and good products with one another. So having a new idea actually produced and distributed by a crowdfunding source that does more than just "fund," gives the budding entrepreneur a healthy advantage.
March 19, 2013
Larky Launches App to Save on That Purchase You're About to Make
Larky launches unique free app for consumers to get discounts, perks on items they already intend to purchase.
Mark Zuckerberg Comes in First in CEO Rank Again
Zuckerberg is number one on having the best employee approval rating of a CEO in the United States
FirstRain Releases First Customer Intelligence App for Salesforce Touch
FirstRain releases first customer intelligence module for Salesforce Touch Platform.
March 15, 2013
Marissa Mayer Can Make Me "Say Anything"
Yahoo's CEO can do no wrong in my eyes. But I'm not sure the feeling is mutual.
March 13, 2013
Will the Mobile Tsunami Submerge Print?
Mobile content consumption has exploded over the last year, creating huge challenges and opportunities for advertisers and publishers
March 12, 2013
Sensor Technology at Work is Being Used to Spy on Employees
A recent article from the Wall Street Journal highlights how employers are using sensor technology to spy on their employees and track productivity.
March 11, 2013
SXSW Startup Insight: 12 Tips to Pitch to Top Global Media
Media-Savvy Start-up Do's and Don'ts
SXSW: They Just Call It "Data" in Texas | #SXSW2013
We live in a "crash first, then fix it" world. We have little choice. But Big Data's changing that, and Texas is right in the middle of it.
March 9, 2013
Apple Wants iPhone Monopoly Suit Dismissed
Apple Asked Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Alleging Monopoly of iPhone Apps
March 8, 2013
Pizza Hut Needs a Social Media Manager. Can You Interview in 140 Seconds?
Pizza Hut's Timed Social Media Manager Job Interview: 140 Seconds Long.
March 7, 2013
Are Social Hubs the Answer for Business Content Aggregation?
A recent post from BtoB magazine highlights the problems many businesses encounter with social media strategies.
March 5, 2013
Business Oriented Architecture Becomes the New Focus
A recent seminar presented by SIM Philadelphia focused on Business Oriented Architecture (BOA), and its implementation in companies.
Microsoft Has $1 Billion Tax Bill, and Denmark Wants to be Paid
Denmark is Going After Microsoft For Its $1 billion in Unpaid Taxes.
March 4, 2013
Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Facebook Founders, Named Youngest Billionaires
Facebook Founders Made the Forbes' Youngest Billionaires #1 and #2.
Young CEOs Change Leadership Styles
A recent post from Forbes on March 2 highlighted Andrew Mason’s unique letter to employees about being fired.
March 2, 2013
Evernote Gets Hacked
Evernote, the "forget nothing" productivity service, seems to have experienced a security breach.
March 1, 2013
Google Defeats Publishers in German Courts
Google win a ruling in the German courts over the display of snippets in Google News.
Salesforce Delivers Better Than Expected Results
Salesforce impress Wall Street with strong 4th quarter results.
Groupon to Dispense with Their Leader
Groupon founder Andrew Mason leaves the company after dire financial results send stocks crashing 25%