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#The 10 Worst Entrepreneurs of 2016

All entrepreneurs fail. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but when their misdeeds take investors, employees and customers down with them, that is. In terms of dysfunctional screw-ups and negative stakeholder impact, here is this year’s list of the worst entrepreneurs of private companies, counting down from … 10. Matt Harrigan, founder and former CEO, PacketSled On election day, Harrigan threatened to get a sniper rifle and kill Donald Trump. The Facebook post blew up social media, including Twitter and Reddit. The cybersecurity entrepreneur says he was drinking and joking, but…

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#Entrepreneurs,Google,CEOs,Fun Facts,Sundar Pichai

On Wednesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai visited his alma mater, IIT-Kharagpur in India. Answering questions from students, Pichai recalled his old school days, shared some thoughtful advice and discussed his hopes for the future. More than 3,500 students and guests attended the event and livestreamed it on Google and YouTube. Check out these six tidbits that Pichai revealed during his Q&A at IIT-K. 1. He met his wife in college. Pichai and his wife, Anjali, were classmates at IIT-K. Pichai recalls his days in college — a time before the…

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#Kanwal Rekhi Calls Flipkart a Foolish Startup, Says Govt Must Not Bail Out Companies

Kanwal Rekhi, the Indian-American venture capitalist currently serving as the managing director at Inventus Capital Partners thinks it is unfair for Flipkart to seek government help in bailing the company out. He says people like Flipkart founders just didn’t have it. “They were trying to do something which was sort of undoable and they were throwing money at it. And now they have wasted billions of dollars and have failed in the marketplace and are now looking for protection. That’s not the right way to think.” Rekhi believes companies should…

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#Google’s New Mobile-First Index and the Death of Desktop SEO

Google just started rolling out the so-called “mobile-first” index. It’s going to change the way that your site gets ranked in the search engine results pages (SERPs). Here are a things you need to know about the mobile-first index so that you can optimize your website accordingly. What is the mobile-first index? By now, you probably know that Google crawls your site to add pages to its index. That is, it uses a bot to surf around your site like a real visitor and follows links on your pages. In the past, Google…

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#Get Prepared for the Future of SEO

The current process of building backlinks to improve your SEO is outdated and it’s about to change. Enough with automated emails and random pitches to contribute content on external sites. While this can work, I’m going to share the secret sauce to differentiate your backlink strategy. Beware, this might be uncomfortable for many within the SEO community. Stop hiding behind a computer screen. You need to get away from your desk and make connections within the local community. You have to stop hiding behind your screen and start meeting with business…

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Can Paypal’s Rumored Investment in Freecharge Trigger The Final Battle of eWallet Dominance

Last week, rumors floated in about a possible investment of $200 million by Paypal in none other than Freecharge, a mobile wallet fast challenging the dominance of Paytm and MobiKwik in India’s eWallet market. However, what makes this news more interesting is the fact that Softbank, which has vital stakes in both Paytm and Jasper Infotech, the company which owns Snapdeal and Freecharge, will now share a common ground with global leader of digital payments: Paypal. This means that Softbank and Paypal is all set to join forces, which means…

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#Hacking Goes Mainstream in 2016: 7 Major Hacking Incidents That Rocked Online World!

2016 is about to end as we approach December 31st and this year will be remembered for a lot of things. A lot happened this year on both domestic and global scale. India witnessed the biggest financial coup as demonetization and America witnessed the most chaotic election in their history. Good or bad, 2016 was different for everyone. However, it was pretty adverse in the world of computer security.  It’s long depressing, breach-filled year in computer security. Yahoo went haywire 2016 hasn’t been a ‘good’ year for Yahoo. In September Yahoo shocked the world…

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#10 Ways To Find Time For Online Business With A Full Time Job

The alarm clock sounds and it is time to wake up for another amazing day.  You have 24 hours to make the most of it.  But wait a minute, you have probably already slept through 4-6 hours already so you are looking at more like 18-20 hours available to make the most of it. You may have: A full-time job A family And many other things on your plate Now, you have decided to start an online business What were you thinking? The idea sounded great in the beginning.  You…

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#Facebook Messenger’s new native camera offers Snapchat-like effects

Facebook has announced a new native camera in Messenger, and it takes another page out of Snapchat’s book. With this new native camera, users can take a selfie featuring special effects not unlike the ones found on Snapchat. The camera also comes alongside new art features for writing and drawing directly on your selfies, which are then, of course, shared with other Facebook Messenger users. You may not see the new camera in Facebook Messenger right now, as the social network says it is rolling out over the ‘coming days.’ The camera…

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#Google Year In Search 2016: Sonam Gupta Beats Vijay Mallya In People Search; Sultan Overtakes Kabali!

The most interesting thing to happen on Google India this year is the fact that an anonymous name called Sonam Gupta has beaten established, well known names like Vijay Mallya, Arnab Goswami and Sakshi Malik in the top 10 list of people searches. This fact was revealed in the Google Year In Search 2016 list, which was announced by Google India yesterday. If you have been living under a rock since last 12 months, then here is a quick brief about Sonam Gupta: In the month of August, a Rs…

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