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Florida firm offers small-business platform to schedule subtle marketing tool.

Bank reveals vital usage, other data from depositors as small business adaption grows.

Referral site lets homeowners  get quotes, review contractors and rate their ability.

A ‘disruptive’ adviser .challenges clients to look harder for inspiration.

Survey shows early detection of some diseases can reduce long-term healthcare costs.

Getting through hard times requires a maximum effort by employees which can only be obtained through trust in leadership.

Survey may give marketers clues as to where to bolster their ‘green’ message.

Any company that plans to launch an mCommerce service—whatever it may be—can benefit from advice from an industry veteran.

Despite valuable assets, women business leaders also have some limitations.

Knowing which documents to keep and which can be destroyed may help avoid problems with the IRS and ease potential litigation.

Candidate screeners are encouraged to use Harvard Business School technique to evaluate traits of hires.

Beware, the IRS is targeting small businesses.

IRS audits are often nerve wracking and an expert offers some suggestions on how to prepare and survive.

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