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Hiring? 15 Interview Questions to Ask a Software Engineer
BY business.com editorial staff

Are you fluent in engineering? If not, here are 15 great interview questions to ask a software engineer.

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Need Help From Your Creditors? Ask for It
BY Dr. Cindy McGovern

If you need some help paying off your creditors, don't be afraid to ask them for assistance.

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18 Places to Find Talented Freelancers
BY Scott Gerber

These 18 entrepreneurs delve into where online freelance talent is most readily found.

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3 Email Security Risks That Endanger Your Business
BY Sam Bocetta

Businesses that don't ensure their emails are secure are giving cybercriminals an opening into their network.

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How to Establish Customer Trust
BY Chris Porteous

Getting customers to trust you is needed in order to secure repeat business.

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Save the Planet With These Business and Personal Credit Cards
BY Janet Gershen-Siegel

Busy entrepreneurs may have charitable impulses but no time to act on them. Why not use business credit which donates directly to charity?

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How To Use AI Web Scraping To Grow Your Business
BY Jared Atchison

Web scraping is a powerful tool to support the development of business intelligence in your business. Let's explore ways that AI-powered web scraping can help your business grow.

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Five Lessons I Learned While Working From Home
BY Mark Roberts

We have all learned lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to work efficiently in a remote situation and how remote work may impact the future.

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How to Optimize Your Online Business Meetings
BY Jared Atchison

Online business meetings have grown since more businesses are working remotely. Learn how to conduct effective, efficient meetings.

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12 Construction Podcasts You Should Be Listening To
BY business.com editorial staff

Get insights and advice from construction industry experts in these free podcasts.

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How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges
BY business.com editorial staff

How you conduct yourself during your last few weeks directly affects your reputation.

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Businesses 'LinkedIn' Together During a Crisis
BY Eric Leopardi

Now, more than ever, LinkedIn is a powerful tool, if you use it properly.

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How to Improve Your Financial Literacy
BY Lil Roberts

Entrepreneurs must develop financial literacy, a critical skill set for business growth, profitability and success. They can increase their financial literacy by understanding some of the basics and...

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Treat COVID-19 Remote Work as a Test Run
BY Dr. Cindy McGovern

Remote work is becoming more popular with companies and employees. Treat the remote work trend during COVID-19 as a test run for what the future might hold.

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5 Biggest Branding Mistakes Companies Make, and How To Fix Them
BY Ken Gosnell

In times of crisis or difficulties in the economy, the need for a good brand is more important than ever. How companies respond has a lasting impact on consumers.

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7 Things to Know When Hiring a Water Delivery Service
BY Max Freedman

Looking for a service to bring drinkable water to your office on a regular basis?

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Can You File a Business Interruption Claim During COVID-19? It Depends
BY Dan Rafter

With many businesses across the country forced to close or pause due to the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent restrictions, here are things that business owners can do to protect themselves.

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10 Tax Saving Tips to Not Forget
BY Chris Porteous

In order to maximize your profits, it's important to make sure you save as much on your taxes as possible.

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How Analytics Can Boost Change Management
BY Jared Atchison

Creating change in an organization is as challenging an experience as it is desirable. Today, we have analytics to support the introduction of new tools, new leaders, and new workflow. Let's explore...

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How Remote Working Is Affecting Business IT Security
BY Chris Porteous

With employees tasked with operating from their own homes, workplaces now have to open up their trusted databases and servers to computers that are not within their "circle of trust."