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    1. GDPR one year on: CEOs, politicians push for US federal privacy law

      GDPR one year on: CEOs, politicians push for US federal privacy law

      One year ago, Europe’s landmark privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) put big tech on the defensive.

      Now, with their companies under unrelenting scrutiny over how they handle user data, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai have called for similar “comprehensive privacy legislation ” on a federal level in the U.S.

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    2. 6 Apps That Help You Stick to Your Goals

      6 Apps That Help You Stick to Your Goals

      Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

      We all know the importance of setting goals -- they hold you accountable, tell you what you truly want and help propel you forward. Whether we strive to get started on that new project, spend more time at home, launch a new product or want to lose weight, many of us simply state our goals but fail to set deadlines and track our progress toward achieving them.

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    3. New Report: US Cannabis Market Could Hit $22.7B by 2023

      New Report: US Cannabis Market Could Hit $22.7B by 2023

      Legal marijuana will no longer be an exclusively West Coast phenomena as East Coast and Midwestern states legalize huge new markets.

      A new report projects the cannabis market in the United States will reach $22.7 billion in sales by 2023. The estimates in the Brightfield Group report imply a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20 percent over the next four years.

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    4. Everything You Need to Know About Business Partnerships

      Everything You Need to Know About Business Partnerships

      You'd be astounded at the number of clients I meet with who literally know nothing about their partner’s background, their approach to business, and their vision for the partnership. They rush into the relationship so quickly that they don’t even gather this fundamental knowledge about their partner.

      Here are some issues to consider before you ink any partnership deal:

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    5. 8 Mistakes First-Time Founders Make When Starting a Business

      8 Mistakes First-Time Founders Make When Starting a Business

      Money, market, speed and fatigue are all factors that can undo the best business idea.

      I love first-time founders. They’re true believers focused on creating a better future powered by better ideas. They're ready to start a business, possessed with the passion and the grit to enter the arena and do battle with the specters of failure and loss.

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    6. 6 Steps to Building a Successful Online Drop Shipping Business

      6 Steps to Building a Successful Online Drop Shipping Business

      Want to start a drop shipping business? Here's how.

      Drop shipping is an extremely popular business model for new entrepreneurs, especially gen Zers and millennials, due to internet marketing skills far outweighing financial capacity. Since you don’t need to stock or handle the items you are selling, it’s possible to start a drop shipping business with limited funds.

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      Mentions: Amazon Walmart
    7. 5 Relationship-Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses to Use to Increase ROI

      5 Relationship-Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses to Use to Increase ROI

      Most Gen Zers have never known life without the internet; they can smell inauthenticity a mile away. So polish up your customer relationships.

      Relationship marketing marks the re-emergence of human friendliness in our sometimes-cold, digital world. As it turns out, robots are not the ones buying products and services from us … it’s still people!

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    8. How one entrepreneur's American dream turned into a copycat nightmare

      How one entrepreneur's American dream turned into a copycat nightmare

      Inventing the light bulb, already been done.  What started out as an attempt to fulfill the American Dream soon turned into a nightmare.  Think you've created the next BIG THING?   Think again and while you're at it stop sharing your invention until you've got the patent and know how to build a successful business or prepare for the scary nightmares to continue. 

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    9. 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Deciding Your Company's Name

      3 Mistakes to Avoid When Deciding Your Company's Name

      Naming your business is one of the most important decisions you will make on your road to success.

      Here are three common missteps entrepreneurs make when naming their business. Too many cooks. Do not let too many people weigh in. It can become overwhelming and not productive. Choose a select group to help you brainstorm and bounce around ideas. Make sure it is a diversified group so you don't have too many of the same ideas.

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    10. Six Ways to Achieve Perfect Work-Life Balance

      Six Ways to Achieve Perfect Work-Life Balance

      Founders share their tips and tricks for staying sane (and productive).

      “Google calendars truly are amazing -- we block out hours on them to create the free time and head space we need as cofounders. From ‘No-Plans Wednesday’ nights to daily lunch and work blocks, we use organization to create balance. Also, did you know that Slack has a snooze feature?

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    11. 5 Different Types of Health Insurance Plans That You Can Consider

      5 Different Types of Health Insurance Plans That You Can Consider

      by Bhargav Baweja CMO Marketing While you might be working very hard towards the objectives of your life, an unexpected illness or a medical emergency involving you or your family members could easily damage your financial health. Health insurance is a smart way to protect yourself against such high medical costs. However, to make sure that you select the right plan, you first need to know the different types of health plans that are now available in the market.

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    12. What Happens If You Sign Up for Medicare Before Social Security?

      Seniors are allowed to file for Social Security as early as age 62, and many are quick to exercise this option. In fact, 62 is actually the most popular age to file for Social Security, even though seniors have between then and age 70 to sign up for benefits. Medicare eligibility, meanwhile, begins at age 65, and as such, it's not uncommon for seniors to be on Social Security already by the time their initial enrollment window opens.

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    13. Falling for fraud might warn of dementia, study suggests

      Falling for fraud might warn of dementia, study suggests

      Falling for fraud might warn of dementia, study suggests By Lauran Neergaard Associated Press Today Updated 12:05 a.m. WASHINGTON >> Does an older friend or relative have a hard time hanging up on telemarketers? Or get excited about a “You’ve won a prize” voicemail? New research suggests seniors who aren’t on guard against scams also might be at risk for eventually developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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    14. What Happens If You Sign Up for Medicare Before Social Security?

      What Happens If You Sign Up for Medicare Before Social Security?

      What Happens If You Sign Up for Medicare Before Social Security? Maurie Backman, The Motley Fool Reblog Seniors are allowed to file for Social Security as early as age 62, and many are quick to exercise this option. In fact, 62 is actually the most popular age to file for Social Security, even though seniors have between then and age 70 to sign up for benefits.

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    15. Is A Solo 401(k) Or An SEP-IRA Better For A Small Business With No Employees?

      Is A Solo 401(k) Or An SEP-IRA Better For A Small Business With No Employees?

      Now that this tax season is over, it’s time to start planning for the next one. If you own a small business, this means you. The U.S. Small Business Administration reports the number of small businesses with no employees increased from 15.4 million in 1997 to 23.8 million in 2014. A business without any employees has a different calculus when it comes to deciding on a retirement plan.

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    16. How to Stay Accountable With Your Goals

      How to Stay Accountable With Your Goals

      You have to start with being brutally honest with yourself. It’s important that you make a brutally honest and thorough assessment of yourself -- you need to see your talents and shortcomings as clearly as possible and understand what works best for you in reaching your goals.

      Next, commit to a schedule. Set a schedule you can commit to. This will give you a game plan you can follow and a way to evaluate if you’re consistently and persistently working toward your goals.

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