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Facebook : 1,23 milliard d’utilisateurs et 1,5 milliard de bénéfices en 2013

Facebook : 1,23 milliard d’utilisateurs et 1,5 milliard de bénéfices en 2013 | Startup | Scoop.it
Depuis que Facebook est entré en bourse, le réseau social publie tous les trois mois un bilan chiffré : l’occasion de faire le point sur les performances de l’entreprise, en termes d’utilisation et en termes financiers. Le mois de janvier est particulier, puisqu’il présente l’ensemble des statistiques de l’année. Et...
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7 façons de tester son idée de startup avec un Minimum Viable Product / MVP | Création d'entreprise & startups ! | Guilhem Bertholet

7 façons de tester son idée de startup avec un Minimum Viable Product / MVP | Création d'entreprise & startups ! | Guilhem Bertholet | Startup | Scoop.it
A mes yeux, la plus grande cause d'échec des startups est très simple (si l'on parle chiffres uniquement) : c'est le fait DE NE PAS SE LANCER. C'est fou le
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Startup & Life Tips From Warren Buffet

Startup & Life Tips From Warren Buffet | Startup | Scoop.it

There are reasons other than sheer brillance Warren Buffet has way more money than most. He lives by a strict code and these tips share some of that code. Great #startup and life tips. 

My favorites are learning to spend only AFTER saving (hard lesson that one) and the tip about honesty being expensive so don't expect it from "cheap people". I suspect Warren means "cheap" in much more than the monetary sense.  


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Sieg Holle's curator insight, January 25, 2014 4:01 PM

Works for the free spendng government nanny groups as well- particularly on expectations

Jeremy Barton's curator insight, January 30, 2014 8:57 AM

Simple and obvious. I guess that is why Warren Buffet has got what he has got.

With Causes Charities's curator insight, November 17, 2014 3:19 PM

If you own jewelry and have no use for it, you can donate to charity and enjoy a fair market tax deduction. Jewelry donations range from broken gold necklaces and jewelry missing gemstones to very rare and hard to come by fine or estate jewelry. You will receive the absolute maximum tax deduction for your generous jewelry donation. http://www.collectibleswithcauses.org/