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“My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: great things in business are never done by one person, they’re done by a team… Continue reading
Amazon has announced its newest creation, the Kindle Fire, in an attempt to burn the leader of the tablet industry — iPad — and gain a majority of the market share.
Apple is likely thinking there’s no way that the 7-inch, 8GB Kindle Fire will be able to compete with its 10-inch 16GB iPad, but if you dig a little deeper than the size of the product, there
Apple has confirmed that the iconic Steve Jobs has stepped down from his role as CEO of the company. His replacement will be Tim Cook, who was previously Apple’s chief operating officer and was highly touted by Jobs to the board to take over his position.
Jobs stated in his resignation… Continue reading
In a recent report published by Robert W. Baird, a Milwaukee-based wealth management and analyst company, consumers who own a tablet or are interested in purchasing one have one product on their mind—the iPad.
This report was conducted through a survey of 1,114 people, and 98 percent… Continue reading
Thinking about taking out a mortgage? The Mortgage Bankers Association launched a new application that might make the process a bit easier on you.
MBA’s Home Loan Toolkit app gives consumers a rough idea of how much they can practically borrow when looking to buy a home. It’s a free application that can be found by… Continue reading