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How to Start a Tutoring Business: Earning Income from Home

Do you have above-average grades, a high GPA, and a remarkable academic career? Whether you’re already a college graduate or a student yourself, consider using that knowledge to start a tutoring business. While most schools have adapted to online classrooms, there are some students struggling with this new learning method. Online classes can be more …

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Simple Ways to Prevent Financial Fraud in Your Company

Surveys show that around half of small businesses do not think they are big enough to be a target for fraud, and yet overall, 47% of companies experienced fraud within the last two years. These resulted in a problematic accumulated financial loss that affected both small businesses and major enterprises. Even more worrisome, few businesses …

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In Coffee We Trust: How Coffee Shops Impact Neighborhoods

The neighborhood coffee shop. It’s quaint. It’s big enough to accommodate students and remote employees, but it’s also small enough to remain intimate. The owner talked to you the first time you were there. Suddenly, you’re friends, and you talk about bits and pieces of each other’s lives every time you visit. The barista memorizes …

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Automation vs. Human Labor: How Businesses Should React

Telmex mogul Carlos Slim retrenched 40% of his workforce because of automation. Apple’s iPhone manufacturer, Foxconn, is using Foxbots. It also plans to replace 30% of its workers with robots. Last year’s World Economic Forum focused on quantum computing, which will design and manufacture pharmaceuticals and chemicals using artificial intelligence (AI). The forum also threshed …

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