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The Risk of a Billion-Dollar Valuation in Silicon Valley; Rebranding Done Right: 5 Examples You Can Learn From

Zero-Patience, Zero-Wait, Zero Ads ; HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT IN 4 EASY STEPS; Your Brand and How to Avoid a Race to the Bottom; The ad tech industry is waging a secret war on Google; Kickstarter CEO: “We Don’t Ever Want To Sell Or Go Public”; How Cartrivision’s 1972 VCR Foresaw–And Forfeited–The Time-Shifted Future; Disney […]

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How a 60-year-old woman turned her $35 domain name into a $1.5 billion business

Google books biggest day in history, adding $66.9B; Artificial Intelligence as dangerous as nuclear weapons; How Apple could make a $53 billion profit this year; 9 tips for selling to IT leaders; How much did a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth cost in 1955? $1 for adults and 50 cents for children.WATCH: Walt […]

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Star Wars: ‘The Force Awakens’ domains already snatched by squatters

Poor Disney Enterprises. As soon as they announced the names of several characters from the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie, they got registered. To be fair, Disney managed to register TheForceAwakens.com before announcing the title of the movie, and that’s the smart way to go these days; get the dot .com before anything […]

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Fans rejoice: ToyStory4.com in the hands of Disney

The splendid news about the future release of Toy Story 4 most certainly elated millions of fans of the Pixar franchise. The Walt Disney Company bought Pixar in 2006 at a valuation of $7.4 billion dollars, eleven years after the original Toy Story movie. Since 1999, the domain name ToyStory4.com has been registered to what […]

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3 Simple Ways to Think Like a Billionaire; The Art Of Making A Brilliant Presentation

PLUS: How Richard Kinder Made $1 Billion Today; How to Pick a Winning Headline; 3 Tips to Rebrand Without Breaking the Bank; Google Says Jump: We Say, How High?; 3 Cutting-Edge Examples of Website Personalization; How Jony Ive Became The World’s Most Influential Designer; Facebook prohibits companies from buying Likes.. and Amazon Blocks Captain America, […]

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Shark Tank’s 12-year Old ‘kidpreneur’ Brings the Bowtie Back and Earns Millions

PLUS: For $500 Million, Disney Gets a YouTube Network (huh??);3 Reasons Every CEO Should Do Their Own Customer Support; Why You Should Forget Facebook; Steve Jobs, a Genius at Pushing Boundaries; Why You Should Forget Facebook;M aker Studios, Omnicom Sign Eight-Figure Upfront Deal for Web Video; Oracle President Mark Hurd: Marketing Cloud Now a Big […]

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Captain American, Wolverine, and X-Men rescued in Australian domain dispute

A superhero rescue down under. />Disney has rescued a handful of its superheroes from an Australian artist. Disney, along with its Pixar and Marvel divisions, filed a cybersquatting complaint against Australian James Kite for the domain names CaptainAmerica.com.au, Wolverine.com.au, Avengers.com.au, Pixar.com.au, and x-men.com.au. Kite appears to be a cartoon artist and was forwarding some of […]

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