Ten business tips from the richest people in the world

Billionaires from the top ten Forbes recommend taking risks, thinking outside the box and chasing not money, but a dream, writes Lifehacker. 1. Avoid the “do it right” trap Jeff Bezos Founder of Amazon. No. 1 on the Forbes list. Status - 122 billion dollars. Bezos planned through Amazon...

From turkey to toilet paper: what's going to disappear from store shelves in America due to scarcity

Due to the global pandemic and all the accompanying problems - hurricanes, supply disruptions, etc. - there is a shortage of some goods in the USA. Many manufacturers are warning of critical commodity shortages now or in the coming months, Reuters reported. Thanksgiving without turkey ...

'Always forward': how a Russian-speaking immigrant came to the USA with $ 500 and built a multimillion-dollar business

Russian-speaking immigrant Mark Pugachev is now a technology professional CEO and founder of the Pugachev Concierge Service. Since 2014, his company has rented luxury cars, real estate, yachts and private flights in Miami, Florida. Turnover of his business in 2020 ...

Came, saw, fell in love: how an immigrant from Russia moved to the USA and built a successful business

Ruslan Safarov fell in love with the United States on his first visit there. He says that although he went from a criminal investigation officer and plumber to a businessman in Russia, only the States gave him the opportunity to feel truly free. In Silicon Valley, he ...

Unprecedented level of violence: Portland protests cost local businesses $ 23 million

Local businesses in Portland, Oregon, suffered nearly $ 23 million in damage and lost customers due to violent US protests that swept the city. Writes about this Fox Business. At a police briefing, Deputy Sheriff Chris Davis said the intensity of the violence ...

The first phase of the quarantine cancellation in New York: what will work from today

Finally, after nearly three months of battling the coronavirus pandemic, New York is poised to return to normal. That will start working this week, reported the publication AMNY. Photo: Shutterstock Phase 8 kicks off in five New York boroughs starting Monday June XNUMXth ...

California sues Uber and Lyft: why should it please drivers in these companies

California authorities are suing Uber and Lyft, which provide online taxi services, according to the LA Times. California Attorney General Javier Bessera and a group of state attorneys in the city have filed a lawsuit against taxi services Uber Technologies and Lyft. In the lawsuit ...

The owner of a boutique in New York decided to open a business, despite the ban

The 78-year-old businessman is convinced that his products are "part of the fabric of New York." He intends to protect his business and employees "from this disaster." The details are shared by the New York Post. Eliot Rabin owns the Peter Elliot boutique on the Upper East Side of New York. He is known for ...

Coronavirus brought down China's economy - other countries in line

The Chinese economy sagged sharply in the first quarter of 2020, the first time in three decades of quarterly counting, as the COVID-19 pandemic paralyzed production and investment, the BBC's Russian service reported. China's GDP in January-March fell by 6,8% in annual terms after ...

Helping businesses in New York in the COVID-19 epidemic: three useful programs

New York City businesses subsequently affected by the coronavirus pandemic may receive financial assistance from the city. Below you will find out about three programs designed to support entrepreneurs and the conditions for participating in them. This was reported on the website of the city administration. Small businesses in New York will receive financial ...

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