Posts Categorized: Business

Larry Ellison: The Man Who Changed the Face of IT As We Know It Today

Lawrence Joseph Ellison was born on August 17, 1944. He is an American entrepreneur, businessman, and also a corporate philanthropist who has successfully co-founded the well-known Oracle corporation. Currently he is its executive chairman as well as chief technology officer. As of June, of this year, he had been listed by Forbes magazine as being a member of the elite ‘5… Read more »

The Seminal Importance of Review and Reputation Management in Today’s Online Selling Environment

Just about any budding entrepreneur should be able to understand the importance of building a highly positive online reputation. This holds especially true if we vector in the fact that proper reputation management can have a remarkably positive effect, in terms of overall search engine placement, for instance. As a matter of fact, such reputation… Read more »

Smart Devices and the World of Marketing Today

An ever-growing and significant part of the world’s population is now increasingly getting rid of their radios and their TV sets, supplanting them with the (by now ubiquitous) smart communication devices. The main reason behind this rapid change is not just the fact that the end user can easily gain access to a whole universe… Read more »

Marian Ilitch: The Pizza Queen Who Conquered the Taste Buds of An Entire Nation

Marian Bayoff Ilitch was born on January 7, 1933. She is an American billionaire entrepreneur who, along with her late husband, Mike Ilitch, co-founded the “Little Caesars Pizza” chain of pizza parlors. As of March 2018, Marian Ilitch was widely recognized to be one of the world’s seven richest (almost entirely) self-made women, as per Bloomberg. Mrs. I, as she’s… Read more »

Women Entrepreneurs: Taking the Business World by Storm

Every day in the US, women entrepreneurs start about 850 new businesses on average. And over the past two decades or so, the number of women-owned business firms has increased by a whopping 114 percent. These developments are a sure sign that the world of American entrepreneurship is now eagerly opening its arms to women as they become all… Read more »