It Takes Both High-Touch and High-Tech, Says Bank of America CEO
It Takes Both High-Touch and High-Tech, Says Bank of America CEO

Bank of America has gone massively digital and it is now powering their growth. “We had a billion and a half logins to our apps last quarter,” says Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan. “This is not theoretical. We are one of the largest digital companies. We are also one of the largest physical companies. It takes both high-touch and high-tech.”

Founder Ron Shaich Tells the Inside Story of Panera’s Amazing Success
Founder Ron Shaich Tells the Inside Story of Panera’s Amazing Success

Making the decision to in 1998 to sell the main divisions of Au Bon Pain and focus all resources on the company’s lowly Panera brand became the most stressful year and a half ever for Panera founder and former CEO Ron Shaich. Ultimately, Shaich says, even though there was “blood on the floor” initially, the stock is up a hundredfold.

Dan Lok: Most People Suck at the Conversion Mechanism
Dan Lok: Most People Suck at the Conversion Mechanism

Online marketing sensation Dan Lok says that when it comes to marketing online, there are only two things, conversion and traffic. That’s it. “To convert the right attention, to convert followers and likes into money, in between you a need conversion mechanism,” says Lok.

Even Just on the Medical Side, There’s Big Business in Pot
Even Just on the Medical Side, There’s Big Business in Pot

There’s a big business to be built just on the medical side of legal marijuana says legendary technology investor Geoff Lewis. Lewis was an early investor in Tilray which recently had a hugely successful IPO of which he was pleasantly surprised.

New Instagram Feature Will Tell Brands What Products Have Been Bookmarked by Customers
New Instagram Feature Will Tell Brands What Products Have Been Bookmarked by Customers

Instagram is set to start developing analytics tools that will inform companies what products are…

Entrepreneur Jon Taffer: The Common Denominator of Failure is Excuses
Entrepreneur Jon Taffer: The Common Denominator of Failure is Excuses

Prolific entrepreneur Jon Taffer who is the producer and host of the popular TV show Bar Rescue says that the most common denominator of failure is excuses.

Patrick Bet-David: Patriots and Entrepreneurs Make America Work
Patrick Bet-David: Patriots and Entrepreneurs Make America Work

Entrepreneur and successful motivational speaker Patrick Bet-David says that there are two groups who really make America work, Patriots who put their life on the line and entrepreneurs who put their salary on the line. He says that entrepreneurs choose choice over force and despite anxiety, they do it because they don’t want to live an average and ordinary life.

How to Turn Seasonal Shoppers Into Year-Round Customers
How to Turn Seasonal Shoppers Into Year-Round Customers

The outlook is pretty rosy for retailers this year. The high consumer confidence and low…

Early Signs of a New Google Update This Morning
Early Signs of a New Google Update This Morning

Search expert Barry Schwartz reported in his weekly video update that there are early signs that Google is rolling out another search algorithm update this morning.

How to Leverage Testimonials From Social Media to Make More Sales
How to Leverage Testimonials From Social Media to Make More Sales

Getting new customers to buy from you is a challenge you’ll likely have to deal…