Throwing a wild pitch

I got a story pitch from an inventor today. Or at least I thought it was a story pitch. The inventor never came out and requested a story. He never sold me on the idea or why I should care to write about it. He was evidently...

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Edison Nation product search looms

The Home Depot and Zibra are seeking product ideas for paint tools and sundries The Home Depot and Zibra paint tools and sundries Live Product Search closes this coming Monday at midnight PST. This weekend is your last chance to...

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It’s that time of year again

By Devin White So in my lovely hometown of Stonington, Conn., for the first time this year, we’ve had a frost and that same night the thermometer hit 36° F with the stars above, which means one thing – it’s that time of year...

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Business at the speed of light

Make technology work for your bottom line By Kent McSparran Everything in business is changing at light speed. To survive and excel, businesses need to master change and an increasing flow of data. End-of-the-month syndrome Most...

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Think you’ve got game?

Repeat or you’re obsolete Teen inventor Zach Levins wants to put your memory to the test By B. Collins A funny thing happened to Zach Levins on the way to learning a new word a couple of years ago – he invented a board game that...

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Raising Capital 101

In Risky Times Focus on Risk Reduction By Scott Waxler No matter how strong your company’s performance or outlook, no business is totally immune to macro-economic forces – those seismic elements such as gross domestic output,...

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Too big to love

She longed for the embrace of a major retailer, but at what price? By B. Collins Sometimes, life doesn’t go according to script. In the case of inventor-entrepreneur Madeline Canfield, the original screenplay read: Invent and...

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