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  • WhatsApp Business launches Catalogs to let small businesses share products

    WhatsApp Business users can now advertise their top products in a business profile or share products with customers in conversations using Catalogs.

  • Has Microsoft given up on small business?

    Instead of dealing directly with difficult smaller customers, Microsoft has politely punted the obligation to its partners – and that’s OK Microsoft’s history with small business isn’t great. Over the years, the company has tried countless applications geared specifically to small firms. They’ve had “small business” versions of Microsoft Office. There was once a “small business” accounting package and an Outlook-based contact manager. The company had, for a long time, a “small business server”...

    the Guardian
  • In the big moment, Republicans go small

    Against a solemn backdrop, they behaved in a manner that was, well, outlandish.

    Washington Post
  • Sprint bigs up 5G business benefits

    INTERVIEW: Jan Geldmacher, president of Sprint Business (pictured), argued headline-grabbing consumer 5G services have obscured

    Mobile World Live
  • Big business pools resources for Mindanao

    The country’s conglomerates and different businesses are pooling their resources to help victims of the series of earthquakes in Mindanao. by Iris Gonzales
  • Local small business owner targeted by scammer

    Consumers aren’t the only victims of fraud. Every year, thousands of small businesses are targets of fraudulent or deceptive sales practices. One local stain glass company was targeted by a foreign scammer who wanted to purchase stain glass windows for a home he didn’t even own. When in reality, he just wanted the business’ money. [

  • Best small business web hosting for 2019

    Searching for the ideal hosting for your SMB website? Then look no further