Business Online Journal
 
By: Philip Kushmaro
Published: January 17, 2017, 2:30 pm
In 2017 things aren’t what they used to be. Major institutions and the minutiae of modern life — the latter of which includes ordering food delivery, getting around town and even dating — have seen a major facelift since the turn-of-the-century tech boom. Workers worldwide (including 24 percent of Americans in the past year alone) have adapted to the prevalence of money-making opportunities that are specifically internet- or app-based, creating a substantial pool of industry-specific talent that are ready to put their skills to use. The advent of the sharing economy The sharing economy, often referred to as the (Read more...)

By: Bruce Hakutizwi
Published: November 30, 2016, 6:00 pm
If you’re an American entrepreneur with more than a year or two under your belt, you’ve already experienced drastic economic changes. In fact, the last 10-12 years have been a roller coaster ride that many business owners either wanted to - or were forced to - get off when it changed from fun and exhilarating to sickening. Fortunately, in most sectors, things have slowed down in the last 1-2 years and have hit a steadier equilibrium that’s allowed for consistent, steady growth for many companies. But those companies are being run far differently now than they were in the (Read more...)

 
 
Search