Dealing with Email Bounces

Submitted from an article by Miranda Paquet, Constant Contact Bounced emails are like the dirty dishes of your email marketing — you can ignore them for a little while, but sooner or later they’ll start to pile up. And then you’ve […]

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How To Tell Someone’s Age When All You Know Is Their Name

Imagine Madison, Sydney, Alexa and Hailey all in your head. Judging by their names, they sound like they belong on a fourth-grade girls’ soccer team. Well, you’re probably right because the median age of American females with these names is […]

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Race for Delivery

Today’s consumers have an “I want it now mentality” which is making retailers invest in ways to get products to their consumers quicker and quicker. Companies like Nordstrom, Uber, and Amazon have really adapted to this fast-paced customer service expectation […]

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Stress Quiz For Business Owners

Submitted from an article by AXA’s Business Strides Business and stress are closely related: Just as your business structure defines how you operate, how you cope with stress can say lot about your personality. So if your coping approach were […]

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3D Printers are Shaping the Future of Surgery

A 3-D printer saved Zeesy Stern’s jaw at NYU Langone Medical Center. Diagnosed with a golf ball sized tumor on the left side of her mouth, one surgeon removed the tumor while another worked to remove a piece of her […]

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Waldorf-Astoria Now Off Limits for Obama

With the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly convening this week, President Obama visited New York City to address the gathering. It’s been tradition since the presidency of Herbert Hoover that when presidents are in town they stay […]

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Uber Co-Founder Enters Real Estate Business

Submitted from an article by Erick Dolan-Del Vecchio, Bisnow Uber co-founder and CEO of Expa Studios Garrett Camp isn’t done innovating just yet—he’s started a new venture and is taking his first steps into real estate. Haus, as the online platform is […]

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Scaffolding Can Wrap Around Manhattan 6 Times

In 2004, a sidewalk shed was erected at the corner of West 123rd Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem. Twelve years later, this “temporary” structure remains. According to the Department of Buildings, there are now nearly 9,000 sheds in the […]

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Macy’s Makes Shopping Fun

While retailers work diligently to harness the newest technology, none have mastered a truly technologized shopping experience­ until now. Macy’s recently changed its women’s swimsuit and athletic department in Manhattan Beach, CA from its usual merchandising display to the Hointer […]

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