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Intellectual Property IN BUSINESS

As a thought is not a feasible and measurable thing, it can be hard to track the source of an idea. This leads  to  thievery  and  dispute, which eventually lead to the logical  incorporation  of  patents.

Without these, companies would have nothing to base their success on, as any competitor could easily match the strategy or design of another without violating any sort of laws or moral guidelines. Patented property most commonly consists of images, designs, inventions, and discoveries. While some of these grant ownership to the source, others, like discoveries, simply credit the person to have their ventures and achievements known and verified. Patents help to establish ownership of  non-physical  objects, and  affect 

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Supply & Demand AND ITS EFFECT ON THE MARKETPLACE

 

Supply and demand is taught in schools as one of the most basic economic concepts. As soon as children can learn about currency and its relation to goods and services, they are next taught the demands of the market.  These  demands  completely  control  the supply  of  goods  and  services  that  companies and corporations create on a massive scale. The matriarch and patriarch of the international marketplace, supply and demand are the controlling factors of almost everything in

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Social Media IN RELATION TO BUSINESS

While technologies grow, humans have begun to change their communication behavior. Instead of face to face talk and physical feelings, society now sends and receives information through the internet superhighway, specifically social media websites. The most popular of these is currently Facebook, closely followed by Twitter and Google chrome. While the companies that produce these websites and potentially fund them play some economic role on the nation and world, business interactions have

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Gopayment FOR BUSINESSES ON-THE-GO

While credit cards have developed a bad media reputation because of the potential debt intricacies, a recent phone and tablet app has brought some good news to the table. Especially for the demographic of business owners, Gopayment has brought sales to a virtually new platform. The application is free, and allows users to download it and pay a small fee for each transaction.

These transactions can take place absolutely anywhere with an encrypted card reader. This makes any business that can

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Disaster Preparation for SMB Owners

Keeping your business safe means more than just backing up your data.



NEARLY 30 MILLION SMALL BUSINESSES OPERATE IN THE United States, according
to the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.

They employ just over half the country’s private sector workforce and hire 40 percent of high tech workers, such as scientists, engineers and computer workers. “With 52 percent of small businesses located in homes, it is important for these business owners to protect their personal and

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