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6 women on what they learned about starting a business in midlife

By Anisa Purbasari Horton March 12, 2024 Entrepreneurship is often portrayed as the domain of the young. We hear countless stories of founders in their 20s and 30s raising millions of dollars, which creates the impression that the best time to start a business is at the beginning your career. But the statistics show otherwise. … Continue reading 6 women on what they learned about starting a business in midlife

I asked AI chatbots to plan a Valentine’s Day date. They were surprisingly helpful

  By Chris Morris February 10, 2024 Valentine’s Day is confusing enough for us humans. Imagine how confounding it might be for a machine. While generative AI is designed to continually get smarter, romance is not something for which there’s a definitive course of study. So as Valentine’s Day approaches, we got curious: What have … Continue reading I asked AI chatbots to plan a Valentine’s Day date. They were surprisingly helpful

Consumers Willingly Give Personal Data When They Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed

Sharing Personal Data Becomes Easier When Consumers Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, February 1, 2024 Nearly one-third of consumers would decline non-essential website cookies if asked, and 58% would opt out of mailing lists regularly, but 47% said they will share data with a business on their own terms, … Continue reading Consumers Willingly Give Personal Data When They Don’t Feel Prodded Or Pushed

We surveyed 2,400 top execs. What they said about their own resiliency will surprise you

  By Gavin Day January 24, 2024 We’ve lived through a lot of disruptions in the past few years. In case you were hoping things would ease up, you might be disappointed—some experts are predicting disruptions might actually ramp up in 2024. This means that businesses will need to continue to be flexible and resilient. … Continue reading We surveyed 2,400 top execs. What they said about their own resiliency will surprise you

Too many leaders fear their younger coworkers. Here’s what they should do instead

  By Bill Adams January 18, 2024 Retirement just isn’t what it used to be. Many executives 65 and older are choosing to work for longer—and they are being asked to stay. One reason executives are being asked to delay retirement is because companies are afraid of change and they are ill-prepared for change. Retirement-aged … Continue reading Too many leaders fear their younger coworkers. Here’s what they should do instead

Lead generation and marketing automation: How they work together

Marketing automation allows you to maximize the efficiency and results of your lead generation programs. Mike Pastore on December 13, 2023  Despite criticisms that it’s inefficient and ineffective, lead generation remains an important marketing tactic in B2B and in some B2C sectors, including high-ticket items like auto and home sales. The truth, of course, is … Continue reading Lead generation and marketing automation: How they work together

OpenAI nearly blew up their $80 billion company. But was the issue they were reportedly arguing over really the right issue?

  By Chris Stokel-Walker November 22, 2023 On Tuesday night, OpenAI announced that it had reached an agreement in principle for cofounder and recently ousted CEO Sam Altman to return to the company. As part of the arrangement, the $80 billion company will also have a new board composed of Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, and … Continue reading OpenAI nearly blew up their $80 billion company. But was the issue they were reportedly arguing over really the right issue?