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    Durham Bulls Partner with Frontier

    Take us out to the ballgame!  The Durham Bulls have partnered with Frontier on a scalable, stadium-wide Wi-Fi system to deliver the ultimate game day experience for fans.


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    Campus Safety & Smart Tech with Steve Given

    In recent years, an unfortunate conversation has become increasingly essential: How do we protect our loved ones, friends, and coworkers in violent emergency situations? While this question has deeply personal implications, a big part of the answer is rooted in technology. Today’s episode explores the tech that makes our daily lives safer, with an emphasis […]

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    How to Save Money by Providing Small-Business Health Insurance

    Small businesses with fewer than fifty full-time employees (FTEs) are not legally obligated to provide health insurance to staff members. But even if you’re not obligated to offer coverage, it may be in your company’s best interest to do so. From employee appreciation to significant tax breaks, the benefits of building an employer-sponsored health plan […]


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    9 Business New Year Resolutions for a Healthy Bottom Line in 2017

    New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for weight loss and running marathons. As a small-business owner, you can use your willpower to make sure your company has a healthy bottom line in 2017. Here are nine New Year’s resolutions for your business that will help you cut costs all year. Trade and Barter Depending on the […]


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    Protect Your Pop-Up: 9 Ways to Improve Security at Your Pop-Up Shop

    By Madeline Gearheart Pop-up shops are a great way for small businesses to bring in extra money on the side, get more publicity, or expand locations without tons of overhead. But while a pop-up isn’t as much an investment as a brick-and-mortar, it still requires organization and planning to execute properly—not to mention security, which […]


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    Here Are Some of the Most Important Small-Business Tax Law Changes Coming Your Way

    This piece was written for Frontier Business Edge by the tax experts at TaxBuzz. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act extended or made permanent several tax provisions that are favorable to businesses when filing their 2016 returns. To help the IRS combat tax filing fraud the act also modified several filing due dates […]


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    5 Ways to Manage Your Business While on Vacation

    It’s not easy taking a vacation when you have a business to run. In 2015, only 57% of small-business owners planned to take a vacation that year, and less than 10% would take two full weeks. Of those that planned a vacation, 67% intended to check in with work at least once a day. Few […]


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    Headlines with a Hacker – Dec. 2016 Edition

    Prepare your business for the online shopping season with emerging e-commerce and digital security trends. On this week’s podcast, we’re sitting down with Bill Gardner, computer expert and professor of digital forensics and information assurance at Marshall University, to chat about current tech news including the most sought-after holiday tech gift: Snapchat Spectacles. As an […]

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    10 Holiday Marketing Tips to Increase Traffic to Your Store

    By Melissa Darcey Running a small business is no easy feat, and it can get especially hectic during the hustle and bustle of the holidays. As overwhelmed as you might feel, however, now is not the time to neglect your marketing efforts. Holiday spending is anticipated to be generous this year, which means there’s a […]


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    3 Must-Know Tips to Stop Your Website from Crashing on Black Friday

    With Halloween decorations fading from stores, colorful leaves falling to the ground, and Starbucks transitioning from the Pumpkin Spice Latte to the Peppermint Mocha, it can only mean one thing: Black Friday is just around the corner—but is your website ready to handle the onslaught? No matter how big or small your IT team is, […]


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