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Most Destructive Computer Viruses in History

Most Destructive Computer Viruses in History

In 2021, nearly 74% of businesses experienced malware activity that spread from one employee to another. More than 350,000 new kinds of malware are discovered each day and as of 2020, businesses spend around US$55 billion per year dealing with computer viruses.

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6 Essential Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

6 Essential Qualities of a Successful Entrepreneur

What does it take to become a successful entrepreneur? Is it just a matter of working hard, following your passion and making money? No, it’s more than that. To start your own business, you need an innovative, unique and profitable business idea that excites you and solves an existing problem. But, taking a plunge into entrepreneurship with just your passion and an idea does not always lead to success.

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What We Can Learn from Elon Musk’s Disastrous Las Vegas Loop Tunnel

What We Can Learn from Elon Musk’s Disastrous Las Vegas Loop Tunnel

What’s worse than being stuck and trying to move your car through congested streets? Getting caught in traffic inside an underground one-way tunnel. In January this year, a massive traffic jam was caused inside Elon Musk’s loop tunnel beneath Las Vegas during the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

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India’s Top Digital Gold Startups

India’s Top Digital Gold Startups

If you are one of our Indian readers, it would come as no surprise to you that most people within the Indian subcontinent are obsessed with gold. Between April and December 2021, India imported US$38 billion worth of gold. India has a very strong informal system of exchange, which can be turned into cash and used in case of emergencies.

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How to Politely Say No at Work

Corporate Communication: How to Politely Say “No” at Work

Working in an office brings up a lot of challenges, from how to manage a work-life balance, making friends at the workplace to juggling all the different tasks you need to accomplish. Imagine not being even close to the finish line for one of your projects, and suddenly, you get a message from your boss who has just handed you another task.

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How to Let Employees Go Efficiently?

How to Let Employees Go Efficiently?

No matter how thorough you are with your hiring process, you can still end up with employees that are just not the right fit for your company. Be it poor performance, an inability to be a team player or an unproductive attitude, there can be a lot of reasons why you might want to let an employee go.

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Top 5 Risks of Staking Cryptocurrencies

Top 5 Risks of Staking Cryptocurrencies

It is evident that cryptocurrencies are lucrative opportunities. After all, people have earned up to US$100 billion from them. What’s greater is that there’s no single way to earn cryptocurrencies. You can mine, trade, earn or even stake them.

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What Are the Best Business Credit Cards for Startups?

What Are the Best Business Credit Cards for Startups?

Whether you are just starting your business or have been running a startup for years, finding the right corporate credit card is crucial for all. Having the right credit card can help set your business up for success by creating financial flexibility.

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Startups That Are Cleaning the Space

Startups That Are Cleaning the Space

Are you one of those people who go stargazing on clear nights? While you might only see stars shining brightly in the night sky, the infinite space holds a lot more than ethereal beauty and the possibility of aliens. What you may not know is that much like Earth, space also has a waste management problem.

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How to Minimize Risks When Investing in Crypto

How to Minimize Risks When Investing in Crypto

One of the most well-known things about crypto is its volatility. For instance, despite reaching an all-time high value of US$68,000 in November 2021, Bitcoin fell to US$33,000 in January 2022. The conditions were so bad that investors became concerned about a “crypto winter”, a phenomenon where prices continue to stay low with no rise insight for over a year.

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Taking an Elevator to Space - Hyped Dream or Reality

Taking an Elevator to Space – Hyped Dream or Reality?

With billionaires Sir Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos making their way to outer space, space travel became a hot topic in 2021. The increased interest in space is also evident in the fact that space infrastructure companies saw US$14.5 billion in investments in 2021, a 50% increase from 2020.

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How AI Can Help Solve the Growing Mental Health Crisis

How AI Can Help Solve the Growing Mental Health Crisis

After years of research, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a part of our society. From automated customer service representatives to cars that can drive themselves on the road. And now, the technology is being used to address one of the world’s most pressing concerns: mental health.

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Are Web3.0 And the Metaverse the Same

Are Web3.0 And the Metaverse the Same?

Two internet buzzwords that have recently fueled the internet world are “Web 3.0” and “metaverse”. Seeing the potential these new platforms offer, many companies are exploring the possibility that Web 3.0 and metaverse technologies have to offer. While both technology trends are describing our digital reality and the future of the web, they are different in what they do and how they go about it.

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Successful Women Entrepreneurs You Should Know About

Successful Women Entrepreneurs You Should Know About

Entrepreneurship is a tough journey, especially for women who have to go head-to-head with way more challenges. Despite a long history of adversity, women continue to leave a legacy of perseverance and tenacity. This isn’t something we say; it’s the numbers that speak. In the past two decades, the number of women entrepreneurs has risen by 114%. As of 2021, women account for 252 million of the world’s 582 million entrepreneurs.

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Is Buying the Dip a Good Idea and When Should You Consider It?

Is Buying the Dip a Good Idea and When Should You Consider It?

The Russian invasion of Ukraine threw the stock market into a frenzy. Oil prices shot up, with one barrel costing over US$100 for the first time since 2014. The cost of food grains, including wheat and soybean, rose, as did the fear among investors. While gold prices surged, many others fell sharply, thus resulting in investors losing huge sums of money. Where many saw—and experienced—losses, some saw opportunity. They decided to buy the dip.

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