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Activision Blizzard Sees Higher Than Expected Sales In Q1

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The company reported net revenues of $1.111 billion, compared with an earlier expectation of only $885M in sales. The company explained that the numbers were driven by record digital sales of its franchises, which include World of Warcraft, Diablo, and Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. Despite the better than expected results, the sales were still down from the first quarter of 2013, when the company reported $1.32 billion in sales.

10 Cash-Flow Surprises That Could Kill Your Startup

Startup Professionals Musings

Seasonal sales fluctuations eat cash. Fluctuating sales means more inventory is required to cover the ups and downs. Sales volumes are still ramping up while marketing expenses are at max.

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Startups are the Place to Find and Use Baby Boomers

Startup Professionals Musings

Most surprisingly, according to a report from the Kauffman Foundation , the highest rate of entrepreneurship in America shifted about three years ago to the 55–64 age group, with people over 55 almost twice as likely to found successful companies than those between 20 and 34.

Don’t Delay Your First Startup to Get an MBA Degree

Startup Professionals Musings

In fact, BusinessWeek reports that roughly 40 percent of the S&P 500 chief executives have MBAs in any given year. During his ten-year tenure, Apple's sales increased from $800 million to $8 billion. I don’t have an MBA.

CapLinked Goes Mobile | Announces New Features For iPad To Put Virtual Data Rooms on Notice

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CapLinked, Cloud-based enterprise platform for deal management and investor reporting, Wednesday announced a new suite of enterprise features in a move to take transactions mobile. The firms Enhanced Reports which can be viewed and downloaded will establish a thorough audit trail.

Xconomy Special Report: 12 San Diego Tech Startup to Watch in 2017

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—Colorado-based Webroot said in September it had acquired CyberFlow Analytics , the 2013 startup developing analytic software and machine learning technology to monitor the data flowing in and out of networks for anything that looks out of the ordinary. I widened my net this year. View the Slideshow A little more than a year ago, amid a resurgence in San Diego’s software sector, Xconomy identified a baker’s dozen of local tech companies to watch in 2016.

What Should You Do with Your Crappy Little Services Business?

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It would not be a big stretch to image a well run service business like this making 15-25% net profit margins. I could go on-and-on with all of the sales-blocking messages you will hear when you try to charge for a product. These products help him win his core sales.