Business articles published in July 2013

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  1. July 31, 2013

    Google takes over as WiFi provider at Starbucks
    AT&T is out, Google is in as the WiFi provider for the nations Starbucks coffee shops. What does this mean for you freeloaders? Faster speeds of course. Way faster.
  2. July 29, 2013

    Enriching Conferences with Real Interaction
    Letting conference participants get up close and personal with speakers and practitioners helps drive home concepts for how to put them to use.
  3. July 25, 2013

    Zero Hedge breaks down Detroit's woes
    Detroit has filed for bankruptcy, is less than half the population it used to be and Zero Hedge has a roundup of 25 facts about the city's fall that might surprise you.
  4. July 23, 2013

    Adobe and GUNNAR Optiks Educate Kids on Visual Ergonomics
    Recently at the Lehi, Utah Adobe campus, GUNNAR Optiks participated in Bring Your Kids to Work Day to stress the need for visual ergonomics in children and adults.
  5. July 20, 2013

    Mo' Money' Mo' Houses Serves Up Sassy Finance and Lifestyle Tips
    Top Finance and Business Blog Mo' Money Mo' Houses provides a slew of tips to help you manage your finances...with sass
  6. July 11, 2013

    Microsoft Reorganization Creates "One Microsoft"
    One Microsoft. That is the hope of Steve Ballmer, as he tries to bring his fractured company together in a more consolidated manner, in order to fully compete with Apple and Google long into the future.
  7. July 10, 2013

    Kiind Seeks to Eliminate Gift Card Waste With Pay For Use Gift Cards
    Americans waste billions each year in unused gift cards. Kiind, a new gift card application, seeks to eliminate this waste by allowing gifters to pay after the gift is used.
  8. July 8, 2013

    App Review: Ballpark Hits a Homerun with Invoicing & Time Tracking
    Ballpark is a new app that will assist the small business owner or freelancer with handy invoicing, time tracking & estimating tools.
  9. July 6, 2013

    BeachMint: Battle of the Blogs
    A handful of widely followed blogs are flexing sources, and throwing jabs about e-commerce company BeachMint.