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Amazon wins from a Supreme Court ruling
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FOR years, online retailers in America have enjoyed an unfair advantage over their bricks-and-mortar competitors. Unless they were physically located in the same state as a shopper, they were not obliged to collect state and local sales taxes. Shoppers were still legally required to pay taxes on their online purchases, but not everyone did in […]

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Argentina’s currency crisis is far from over
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Too pricey to drown sorrows ON A residential street corner in Buenos Aires, Van Koning Market sells imported beers to the city’s well-heeled. Since it opened in June last year costs have soared. The peso has plummeted, meaning wholesale prices have shot up. Inflation is running at 26%; the reduction of government subsidies means the […]

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A disciplined startup emerges from the Wild West of crypto-currency
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MOST startups proudly announce their presence on buildings, billboards and any surface offering visibility. Not Coinbase, a crypto-currency startup. Visitors to its headquarters on a high floor of an office tower in San Francisco find themselves before an unmarked door and doorbell. They are asked to confirm by intercom which firm they intend to see. […]

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Who will be the main loser from Europe’s new data-privacy law?
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“PLEASE don’t leave us.” From the dozens of e-mails in people’s inboxes, begging them to give their consent to be sent further messages, you could deduce that the senders of newsletters and the like are hardest hit by the European Union’s tough new privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect […]

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Here's How Highly Successful People Make Little Choices Different From the Rest of us
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It’s simple: If you want to live an exceptional life, you can’t behave like everyone else.

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Don't Hide From Your Customers
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Especially as your business grows.

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The world’s first neighbourhood built “from the internet up”
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QUAYSIDE, a 12-acre (4.8-hectare) stretch of flood-prone land on Toronto’s eastern waterfront, is home to a vast, pothole-filled parking lot, low-slung buildings and huge soyabean silos—a crumbling vestige of the area’s bygone days as an industrial port. Many consider it an eyesore but for Sidewalk Labs, an “urban innovation” subsidiary of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, […]

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How to Use Trust to Separate Your Business from the Competition
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Your customers may not trust anyone anymore. Here’s how you can be the one company they do trust.

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3 Classic Business Lessons You Could Have Learned From Watching 'Schoolhouse Rock'
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What’s your function? The iconic video series taught generations how to multiply, but you can transfer its catchy lessons to the office.

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Some American startups are borrowing ideas from China
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Hipster Hells Angel “WHEN you enter [the marketplace] with that level of hubris and arrogance, you don’t create trust.” So declared a member of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this week. He was upset about the sudden appearance of dockless electric scooters, rented via smartphone, all over the city. Several American startups are battling each […]

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