Startup CEO Arrested for Child Abuse, Assault, and Attempted Murder

Vungle replaced CEO Zain Jaffer a day before the allegations become public.
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The Unforgivable Sin in Silicon Valley: Being Gen-X

If you grew up listening to Pearl Jam, you can kiss your high-tech dream job good-bye.
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#MeToo Just Gave Us a Master Class in Communication

Two powerful words united millions of people. Here's why.
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Why Ideas Without Inspiration Won't Bring You Success -- According to Elon Musk and Steve Jobs

Many entrepreneurs look for money-making ideas, while others look for inspiration. Find out why inspiration is more likely to bring you success.
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6 Steps To Skyrocket Your Social Media Marketing This Holiday Season

Here are some simple steps that you can integrate as part of your holiday social media marketing plan.
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Constellation lays off 80 workers in its retail division

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Constellation Energy has laid off 80 employees in its retail division, much of which is located in Baltimore. A company spokeswoman said Friday the job eliminations were part of a downsizing effort identified by top management at the company owned by energy giant Exelon (NYSE: EXC). "We are always looking for changes to better serve our customers and deliver more sustainable results," said Christina Pratt, a spokesman for Constellation. The laid off workers were located in Baltimore, New England,…
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Thinking Like A Beginner Can Make You More Productive. 4 Brain Hacks Make it Possible

The way you think affects the way you do everything else in life. Trying these four thinking habits to change how your mind works.
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Leaders Of Creative Teams Should Remember Mick Jagger's Words

You never know how long a wave of success will last, even as you're riding it.
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This Successful Diamond Seller Shares Exactly How to Treat Customers Like Royalty

When your customers are actual members of a royal family, you better get it right the first time. Learn how from someone who knows.
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Gov. Hogan says 'get ready' for Elon Musk's East Coast hyperloop

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Remember Elon Musk’s vague tweet over the summer stating he had “verbal govt approval” to begin digging tunnels for a high-speed hyperloop transportation system? Turns out there might be something to it. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday on Twitter that the state was supporting the Musk-owned The Boring Co. in bringing “rapid electric transportation” to Maryland. “It’s coming to Maryland and it’s gonna go from Baltimore to Washington,” Hogan said in a video tweeted…
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Maryland weighs additional health insurance rate hikes for ACA exchange plans

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Oct 20, 2017
The Maryland Insurance Administration is considering additional rate hike requests of up to 34 percent from insurance carriers operating on the state's health exchange, the result of moves from the Trump Administration that could mean millions in further losses. State regulators and insurers have been scrambling to figure out how to further stabilize a fragile individual health plan market, following an announcement last week that the federal government would no longer be funding Affordable Care…
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How to Use Innovation to Fuel Your Small Business

One of the keys to any successful business, regardless of its size, is innovation.
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Successfully Get Through the Holiday Season With These 4 Tips

These four manufacturing and logistics tips are critical to winning the holidays.
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2U Inc.'s Lanham headquarters sells for $82 million

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Oct 20, 2017
The sale closes the loop for New York-based Cohen Equities, which acquired what was then an empty building in 2015 for $20.35 million.
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How to Stay Grounded and Maintain Your Vision at Your Company

There are four fundamental elements of running a business, and not only is vision the first, it's also the one that the others are built on.
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6 Things You Need to Keep Your Employees Happy (No, Money Isn't One of Them)

Money is a powerful motivator, but it's not everything when it comes to motivating and retaining employees.
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This 1 Technology Will Revolutionize Your Brand -- and Engage Your Customers

Emerging technology open up creative possibilities. It's time for brands to explore how they can tap into immersive storytelling with new platforms.
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Warren Buffet Reveals What You're Doing that Will Sink Your Business in the Next Recession

This is the greatest recovery in history, and yet it's very possible your own success is setting you up to be the first one that disappears when the wave crashes.
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3 Proven Ways to Make Money From a Business Conference

If you're going to be spending the money to attend a conference, you should at least figure out how to make a return on your investment.
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Trashzilla? Trash Smasher? You decide what Baltimore's next trash wheel is named.

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Should Baltimore's next trash wheel be named Trashzilla? How about Trash Smasher? It's up for your to decide. The Maryland Port Administration has opened up the choice to the public, and it's now up to the voters to decide what the next trash wheel, located in Masonville Cove, will be named. Starting today, anyone interested in voting can go to tinyurl.com/VOTEMVTW to choose their favorite name from a list of five options: Voting closes on Oct. 26, and the new name will be announced some time…
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