If you're stuck in the brainstorming stage, the first step is to focus on two questions: 'Why?' and 'Who?'
November 15, 2018 5 min read
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Do you constantly have great business ideas which fall to the wayside because you just don’t know how to turn those daydreams into reality? If you’re stuck in the brainstorming stage, that's probably because you don’t know what to do next.
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A day after a lengthy New York Times investigation found that Facebook went to great and potentially unethical lengths to muffle criticism of its inaction over disinformation efforts on the site, CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the controversy.
“I’ve said many times before that we were too slow to spot Russian interference and we certainly stumbled along the way,” Zuckerberg said during a press conference, “but to suggest we weren’t interested in knowing the ...read more
We all know the saying: less is more. While that doesn’t normally apply to a Thanksgiving feast, it seems to be a mantra taking hold more and more for American eaters, according to new reports about poultry trends.
Bloomberg reports that smaller turkeys are breaking big this year, noting that inventories of whole hens are down, shoppers are snapping up smaller birds from grocers and some breeders are even developing a distinctive six-pound turkey type (not ...read more