Women Owned Businesses Increase 55%
Colorado’s 178,300 women-owned businesses are expected to generate more than $26 billion in revenue in 2014, according to the fourth annual American Express OPEN State of Women-Owned Businesses Report, released Wednesday.
The report analyzed the 1997, 2002 and 2007 data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s read more in the Denver Business Journal.
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Sites to save time
The more time you spend on the Internet, the more you realize that some things should be a tiny bit easier than they actually are. Here are a handful of sites to make day-to-day comings and goings on the Internet a little bit easier, quicker, and less stressful. Get tips on bitly, google glass, and google images in this article by Joey Lewandowski on Shelly’s blog.
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What are the stupid questions?
Our client Angela went on a job interview.
“It’s supposed to be a Marketing Manager job, but they sure talk a lot about graphic design in the job ad,” said Angie. “And the job’s been posted on the company website for six months.”
Angie went to the interview and sat in a lobby for half an hour. A nice woman came to get her and deposited her in a small interviewing room. A not-as-nice lady came in and started grilling Angie with questions, taking notes as Angie spoke (no eye contact – all… Read more at LinkedIn
Peyton Manning accomplished two things Sunday: He earned his third trip to the Super Bowl with a win over the Patriots and he helped raise a good chunk of change for charity in the process.
How’d he do that?
By yelling “Omaha!” 31 times during the Broncos’ victory
Earlier this week five Omaha business joined forces to contribute $500 for every time the QB said “Omaha” before taking a snap. Right before kickoff another company got in on the action and the total for each mention rose to $800. Read more
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It’s not just online transaction databases that are susceptible to attacks. The retailer Target is reportedly looking into the theft of millions of in-store credit card and debit card records from its databases. Customers all over the United States were victimized, reported Brian Krebs, who cited people at two of the top 10 credit card issuers in … Shelly Palmer blog on technology news