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Why This Private Business is Heading to the Moon (Watch)

This Company Wants To Mine The Moon. Now It Has The Money To Get There Backing Off These Pesticide Restrictions Could Be Bad For Bees ‘The Greatest Show On Earth’ Is Ending The Eiffel Tower Might Be Getting A Makeover For the first time ever, a private company is heading to the moon. Moon Express got the approval from the ... Read More »

No, PM Modi Is Not Offering Free Mobile Recharges Worth Rs. 500 via WhatsApp

No, PM Modi Is Not Offering Free Mobile Recharges Worth Rs. 500 via WhatsApp HIGHLIGHTS A new WhatsApp message claiming to give free recharge has gone viral The message has a link that asks you to divulge personal details We recommend you to not click on this link or share it with friends WhatsApp has been a breeding ground for ... Read More »

WikiLeaks Proposes Tracking Verified Twitter Users’ Homes, Families and Finances

WikiLeaks Proposes Tracking Verified Twitter Users’ Homes, Families and Finances WikiLeaks wants to start building a list of verified Twitter users that will include highly sensitive and personal information about their families, their finances and their housing situations. “We are thinking of making an online database with all ‘verified’ twitter accounts & their family/job/financial/housing relationships,” WikiLeaks tweeted Friday. The disclosure ... Read More »

Xero, Shopify and More Make Financial Announcements

Businesses that need help managing finances online got some welcome news this week. Xero and Wells Fargo unveiled a new financial tool, and Shopify announced that Apple Pay will be available as a payment option later this year. Read on for these headlines and more in this week’s Small Business Trends news and information roundup. Finance Xero and Wells Fargo ... Read More »

H&M Ignores Underserved Market by Pulling Plus Size Clothing from Stores (Watch)

Popular retail chain H&M has reportedly removed all plus size clothing from its stores in New York City. A representative for the company explained that the stores simply don’t have enough room for those clothing options anymore since they’ve added new product lines like home goods and beauty supplies. But this move could very well turn out to be a ... Read More »

72 Percent of Small Business Owners Don’t Even Know Their Credit Score, Survey Says

Business credit scores are one of the key factors determining whether or not an enterprise qualifies for a loan. Yet surprisingly enough, most businesses don’t even know what their scores are. This astonishing revelation has come from a new survey by Manta, an online community for small business owners. The survey has found a majority (72 percent) of small business ... Read More »

Getting the Right Funding Can be Daunting – But There is Hope

Vendedy is the first social network designed to connect global travelers to street markets. Founded by Forbes30Under30 Entrepreneur Christine Souffrant Ntim, the small business’s goal is to digitize the $10 trillion dollar street market economy and make it accessible to anyone and everyone. But when Ntim started out, she had an incredibly difficult time getting the funding she needed. Watch ... Read More »

3 Tips for Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits

Here are three tips to help you maximize your Social Security benefit amount. It seems like a simple equation. You pay money into Social Security during your working years. You get it back when you retire. And if you hold off past full retirement age, you get more. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. The reality is there are 2,728 core ... Read More »

Opportunity Fund Targets Minority Businesses, Loans More Than $60 Million in 2016

Small businesses in California that can’t access capital through traditional lenders have another option. Opportunity Fund is an organization that provides microloans to small businesses. Since it was founded in 1994, the organization has loaned more than $164 million to more than 5,500 businesses. And in its 2016 fiscal year, Opportunity Fund provided over $60 million in loans, with a ... Read More »

Does Your Bank Count Debits to Intentionally Create More Overdrafts?

Nearly 40 percent of the biggest U.S. banks surveyed order transactions in a way that leads to increased overdrafts, according to a new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts. Pew analyzed 44 of the 50 biggest U.S. banks and found that 18 of them process debit transactions — purchases, payments and withdrawals — in order from the highest amount to ... Read More »