Author Archives: Taiwo Talabi

7 weird things you might not know about the Oscars

[ad_1] Courtesy of CineFix, here’s a list of fun facts that will definitely make you the know-it-all of your next Academy Awards party.  Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix  Mashable Studios less than a minute ago 0 Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter [ad_2] Source link [wdi_feed id=”15″]

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St. Louis County officer killed in line of duty – KMOV.com – KMOV.com

[ad_1] BREAKING St. Louis County officer killed in line of duty St. Louis County officer killed in line of duty Updated: Thursday, October 6 2016 11:58 AM EDT2016-10-06 15:58:23 GMT The St. Louis County Police Department is investigating after an officer was injured Thursday morning. More > The St. Louis County Police Department is investigating after an officer was ...

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The 10 Different Roles Within a Company

[ad_1] In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David discusses the 10 different roles, strengths and departments within a company.  “The bigger the vision you have, the more important it is for you [to think] on what type of a team you’re going to put around you,” Bet-David says.  From “business developer” to “visionary,” Bet-David describes the specific types of people who fit ...

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5 Counterintuitive Ways to Transform Your Customer Care Experience

[ad_1] The Internet user is an impatient customer. Always plugged in, often through multiple devices and living a large part of their lives online, so they naturally expect uninterrupted service. They have less patience to deal with glitches and problems, expect immediate resolution (or at least an accelerated one) and can be vocal if they have to wait. And with ...

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The biggest European impact of Edward Snowden’s revelations may be yet to come

[ad_1] A server room in a file photo from 2013. (EPA/JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE) LONDON — Three years after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden fled to Russia the fallout of the documents he leaked can still be felt quite strongly. In Europe, the biggest repercussions might still be ahead. A lawsuit filed by 10 organizations challenging U.K. mass surveillance has now reached the European Court of Human ...

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Pope gets photobombed hard by the world's smiliest dog

[ad_1] LONDON — If you’re having a frustrating morning, we strongly advise that you take a moment or two to look at these photos of the Pope meeting smiley dogs. On Wednesday, outside the Vatican in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis was greeted by a dog training group. As he soon learned, it’s almost impossible to take a serious photo ...

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Israel's New Settlement Slammed by U.S. as Betrayal of Shimon Peres Legacy – Forward

[ad_1] The Obama administration cast Israel’s plan to build 300 units deep inside the West Bank as a betrayal of U.S. friendship and of Shimon Peres’ legacy. The statement Wednesday by Mark Toner, the deputy State Department spokesman, was unusually lengthy and emotional in tone. Toner cited a $38 billion defense assistance agreement with Israel reached last month and President ...

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10 Bootstrapping Tips to Turn Your Idea Into Reality

[ad_1] The following excerpt is from Entrepreneur’s book Finance Your Business. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes The majority of startups are founded without capital injection from venture capitalists or angel investors. The real numbers are eye-opening: Venture capitalists (VCs) fund only 0.05 percent of startups, and angel investors are responsible for funding just 0.91 percent. Take a moment to ...

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Dell refreshes the XPS 13 Developer Edition laptops with Kaby Lake processors

[ad_1] Dell is offering XPS 13 Developer Edition laptops with new seventh-generation Intel Kaby Lake processors. There are only four models in the Ubuntu-based group with starting prices ranging from $950 to $1,800. The post Dell refreshes the XPS 13 Developer Edition laptops with Kaby Lake processors appeared first on Digital Trends. [ad_2] Source link [wdi_feed id=”11″]

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A Strong Company Culture Is Key for Long-Term Success

[ad_1] Culture is the backbone of any successful business. It consists of a company’s attitudes, beliefs, mission and philosophy. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Ivan Misner discusses the importance of fostering a strong organizational culture. Culture permeates all levels of an organization, affecting the way people interact with one another and fueling a company’s growth, Misner explains. With culture comes vision, ...

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Europe wants to deport so many Afghans that Kabul airport might get a new terminal

[ad_1] King Philippe of Belgium, right, meets with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Oct. 5 in Brussels. World powers pledged billions of dollars for war-ravaged Afghanistan until 2020 at talks in Brussels amid fresh calls for the Taliban to make peace 15 years after they were driven from power. (John Thys/AFP/Getty Images) BRUSSELS — Western and Afghan officials gathered Wednesday ...

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Wildlife sanctuary can be yours for free, if you're willing to take care of it

[ad_1] It’s not everyday someone gives away their livelihood for free, but one wildlife sanctuary owner is ready to. Harry Kunz owns Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Hospital in Queensland, Australia and he’s after a successor who is not motivated by money, but is prepared to look after the two hectares of land and take care of orphaned and injured animals.  “We’ve ...

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How a 1980s song about childbirth became a tribute to Black Lives Matter

[ad_1] MUSIC is a salve for the woes of modern times. The protest songs of the 1960s and 1970s delivered anthems for freedom and peace during the American Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War. Today’s musicians continue to raise their voices. In the summer of 2016, tragedies demanded attention from the music community. Christina Aguilera released “Change” to honour ...

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What You Need to Know Before Starting a Food Service Business

[ad_1] The following excerpt is from The Staff of Entrepreneur Media’s book Start Your Own Restaurant and More. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes No single food-service operation has universal appeal. This is a fact that many newer entrepreneurs have trouble accepting, but the reality is, you’ll never capture 100 percent of any market. When you try to please everyone, you ...

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Apple fans, celebs sing Steve Jobs’ praises 5 years after his death

[ad_1] Every year since Steve Jobs’ death, Apple CEO Tim Cook has shared a tweet on October 5 celebrating his predecessor’s life and accomplishments. This year is no different. Cook chose a famous Jobs quotation to commemorate his friend’s passing five years ago today. Many other celebrities, journalists, and fans tweeted about Jobs and shared his words on social media. ...

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