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New Shopify Point of Sale System for Small Business - Small Business Trends

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New Shopify Point of Sale System for Small Business - Small Business TrendsNew Shopify Point of Sale System for Small Business - Small Business TrendsPosted: 08 May 2020 09:07 AM PDT The new Shopify point of sale system readies small businesses post-pandemic.It helps merchants adapt and rebuild the future of retail, they say. And, it assists merchants in building and refining a solid omnichannel strategy.Shopify's POS will bring in-person and online sales into one convenient location. The system helps sellers stay resilient and flexible, the company says.New Shopify Point of Sale SystemPost COVID-19, small retailers face an abundanceof changes. Issues related to employee and customer health and safety are not going to disappear overnight.Hence the importance for omnichannel retail solutions. Omnichannel retailing brings together a store's physical and digital shops. So, customers can connect to a retailer's online and physical shopping platforms seamlessly.Further, Shopify …

Illinois Extension offering workshop on helping businesses survive a disaster - Terre Haute Tribune Star

Central Pacific holds groundbreaking event for new HQ: PHOTOS - Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

Eurozone Economy Records Worst Year Since 2013 - U.S. News & World Report

Business News: Mueller Water Products Building Brass Foundry in Illinois - Water & Wastes Digest

Stocks Sink on Fears Virus Outbreak Will Dent Global Economy - U.S. News & World Report

Harris appointed to LIPA board - Long Island Business News

Harris appointed to LIPA boardLong Island Business News

FDA Approves First Treatment for Kids With Peanut Allergy - U.S. News & World Report

Hale Kuike offers free dementia workshops to the public - Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

Britain Leaves the European Union, Leaps Into the Unknown - U.S. News & World Report

Markets sink on slowing growth, coronavirus fears - Business - News Chief

Stocks sink on fears virus outbreak will dent the economy - Daily Herald

Facebook fights spread of misinformation about virus online - Daily Herald

Eurozone Economy Records Worst Year Since 2013 - U.S. News & World Report

Business News: Mueller Water Products Building Brass Foundry in Illinois - Water & Wastes Digest

UPS Deftly Navigates Shipping Surge, Hit by Pension Charge - U.S. News & World Report

Get a sneak peek inside New Bedfords first legal marijuana business - SouthCoastToday.com

ATF: Electrical spark likely caused deadly Houston blast - Daily Herald

Worcester man arrested after stabbing at Ashland business - Worcester Telegram

Bill encouraging responsible tourism passes through City Council - Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

10 Ads to Watch for on Super Bowl Sunday - U.S. News & World Report

Facebook to remove coronavirus misinformation - Fox Business

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Facebook to remove coronavirus misinformation - Fox BusinessFacebook to remove coronavirus misinformation - Fox BusinessPosted: 31 Jan 2020 04:20 AM PSTRep. Michael Burgess, (R-Texas), argues the World Health Organization did the right thing in declaring coronavirus a health emergency and that the we don't know the extent to which the virus has impacted the city of Wuhan following the quarantine of the city. He also discusses impeachment proceedings. Facebook has started removing misinformation about China's coronavirus outbreak, the social media head of health wrote in a blog post.Continue Reading Below The company's third-party fact-check team is working with global health professionals to review and debunk false claims about the virus that has killed at least 213 people in China and spread to more than a dozen countries, Facebook Head of Health Kang-Xing Jin said in a blog post on Thursday.The effort to remove false information about the new coronavirus is an extension of…

Anne Cox Chambers, wealthy newspaper heiress, dies at 100 - Daily Herald

Markets sink on slowing growth, coronavirus fears - Business - News Chief

Adding sweetness without added sugars | 2020-01-29 - Food Business News

Launch an Online Business in 2020 with These Web Courses - Entrepreneur

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Launch an Online Business in 2020 with These Web Courses - EntrepreneurLaunch an Online Business in 2020 with These Web Courses - Entrepreneur7 Website Marketing Mistakes That Are Costing You Leads and Customers - Business 2 CommunityBBB Tip: Writing an Effective Privacy Policy for Your Business' Website - Better Business BureauLaunch an Online Business in 2020 with These Web Courses - EntrepreneurPosted: 03 Jan 2020 12:00 AM PST Learn how to build a site and optimize it for eCommerce.January 3, 2020 1 min readDisclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you'll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners.If you're reading Entrepreneur, then chances are you have at least a little entrepreneurial spirit. If you haven't indulged that spirit already, don't you think it's time to build something great? The internet has made launching your o…

Local business owner concerned over Moss Bluff Elementary traffic - KPLC

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Local business owner concerned over Moss Bluff Elementary traffic - KPLCLocal business owner concerned over Moss Bluff Elementary traffic - KPLCFormer Joplin business owner facing decades in prison - Joplin GlobeAlbuquerque business owner accused of trafficking drugs - KRQE News 13La Crosse business owner donates guitar to local soldier serving overseas - News8000.com - WKBTLocal business owner concerned over Moss Bluff Elementary traffic - KPLCPosted: 30 Jan 2020 09:03 PM PST[unable to retrieve full-text content]Local business owner concerned over Moss Bluff Elementary trafficKPLC Former Joplin business owner facing decades in prison - Joplin GlobePosted: 31 Jan 2020 06:27 AM PST The former owner of Innovative Objects in Joplin pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to a series of multimillion-dollar fraud schemes, using the money for personal reasons including building a home, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Missouri.Russell Grundy, 50, …

5 profitable wellness business ideas - Business MattersBusiness Matters

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5 profitable wellness business ideas - Business MattersBusiness Matters5 profitable wellness business ideas - Business MattersBusiness MattersStartup "therapy" helps turn idea into a business - The Denver Channel14 Famous Businesses That Launched With Less Than $10,000 - Entrepreneur5 profitable wellness business ideas - Business MattersBusiness MattersPosted: 31 Jan 2020 06:10 AM PSTGetting and staying healthy is a big business nowadays. In fact, reports show that the health and wellness industry is worth over $4 trillion – there's never been a better time to start working on improving your health and fitness.And, the great news for entrepreneurs is that this industry lends itself to all kinds of different business ideas. Whether you're looking to work with clients directly, work from home, sell online, or start an office-based business, there's a health and wellness option out there for you. We've put together some profitable health and wellness business id…

Wuhan coronavirus: Airbnb, Google, other tech companies bar employee travel - Business Insider - Business Insider

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Wuhan coronavirus: Airbnb, Google, other tech companies bar employee travel - Business Insider - Business InsiderWuhan coronavirus: Airbnb, Google, other tech companies bar employee travel - Business Insider - Business InsiderPosted: 30 Jan 2020 01:18 PM PST Apple, Amazon, Google, and other major tech companies have announced travel restrictions to and from China as fears grow surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.The virus has already killed more than 100 people and spread to at least 18 countries, prompting many more countries to warn against travel to China.Businesses with a significant presence in China are now following suit by banning or limiting employees from traveling to the country as precaution, with some leaving exceptions for "business critical" travel.Here's a list of major tech companies who have restricted employee travel so far. A wishlist of improvements for Google My Business in 2020 - Marketing LandPosted: 03 Jan 2020 12:00 AM PST There was a LOT of …

INBiz, Indiana's one-stop Business Portal, Surpasses 500000 Active Users - WBIW.com

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INBiz, Indiana's one-stop Business Portal, Surpasses 500000 Active Users - WBIW.comINBiz, Indiana's one-stop Business Portal, Surpasses 500000 Active Users - WBIW.comPosted: 30 Jan 2020 08:14 AM PST(INDIANAPOLIS) – Approaching its four-year anniversary, INBiz has reached a new milestone. Since April 2016, more than 500,000 users have signed up to do business through Indiana's one-stop business portal.INBiz's unique services are catered to Hoosier business owners. Through INBiz, users can easily register, start, and expand their business, as well as ensure they are compliant with state laws and regulations. The INBiz one-stop business portal allows business owners to spend more time running their business, and less time being transferred across different agencies to ensure basic compliance.  Over the past four years, INBiz has received national recognition for these services, including the 2018 Government Achievement Award, 2018 NASCIO State IT Rendition award…