Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
October 2013

Although established businesses rely heavily on email marketing, for start-ups that tool tends to get lost in the mix. Entrepreneurs quickly build a Facebook and Twitter page to hype their services while operating from personal email accounts. Besides being invaluable

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Tony Abbott’s election as the new Australian Prime Minister in September comes as the 13th biggest economy enters its 22nd consecutive year of growth. The defeated Labor Government, with the help of the Reserve Bank of Australia, diverted the economy

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Five years ago, George W Bush gathered the leaders of the largest rich and developing countries in Washington for the first summit of the G20. In the face of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the leaders promised

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Whether designing, deploying, configuring, or troubleshooting on-premise Exchange 2013 or cloud-based Office 365, these free tools can help In addition to building Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync, the server development teams at Microsoft also offer a good deal of instruction on

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Outdoor water fountains surely add value to your small or large space outside the home. Presence of water in the form of a fountain is extremely exciting and it is also a great way of refreshing yourself from the daily

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So you’re buying a fixer-upper? The house looks good, needs some work and is in a desirable neighborhood. But what might seem like a great fixer-upper property could actually be a money pit. Let’s look at some common potential issues with

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As our daily work routines become the norm, we develop habits that help us progress through the day. Many of these habits are beneficial to our work but some can be detrimental and often we may not be aware of,

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How creative can you get with payment platforms? After all, it just revolves around the same old boring process of sending and receiving money. However, two startups have shown that you can spin a twist of creativity on online payment

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(Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits edged higher last week but remained at pre-recession levels, a signal of growing strength in the labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose 1,000 to a

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Many brands are moving away from metrics that purport to measure ROI on social media.  They’ve realized that social media isn’t a transactional engine or sales machine, so they’re dropping half-baked indicators that gauge secondary effects, such as financial return.

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