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Amazon's bolts and beakers business is booming

The e-retailer has grown Amazon Business, which sells office and industrial supplies, into a $1 billion operation.

By May 4, 2016

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Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay NAS

Given its relatively low price, the Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay NAS is worth the investment.

By March 19, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating March 19, 2013
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Apple, SAP want to make your iPhone and iPad business apps smarter

A partnership between the companies will make it easier for developers to build iOS apps for business needs, like an app to predict when field equipment may break down.

By May 5, 2016

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​Berlin law hobbles Airbnb rental business

In an effort to keep rents lower for residents living in the German capital, a law goes into effect prohibiting hosts from renting out their full homes.

By May 2, 2016

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Vimeo to buy video-on-demand company VHX in bid to boost business

Vimeo says acquiring VHX, which helps creators sell their own content, will bolster its streaming options.

By May 2, 2016

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Amazon's handyman business ratchets up early gains

One year after its launch, the Home Services program is now in 30 metro areas and offers over 1,200 service options.

By March 30, 2016

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Get busy gaming on the Galaxy S7

Check out the S7's awesome gaming features, including the new game launcher and screen-recording tools.

By March 10, 2016

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Sassy business cards reveal superheroes' secret identities

If Thor, Iron Man, Wonder Woman and Daredevil ever want some extra recognition for their mild-mannered alter egos, then they should get these custom business cards.

By March 3, 2016

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Superhero business cards tell it like it is (pictures)

Wonder Woman wants your eyes up here and Superman doesn't want to hear any questions about his underpants in a series of funny superhero business cards.

11 Images By March 3, 2016

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The new search engine for business is called, um, Plonked

Technically Incorrect: Plonked claims there's a need for more advanced, business-specific search. It says there are far fewer than six degrees of separation between companies. But, oh, that name.

By March 3, 2016