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Apple unveiled its latest operating systems, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, today at WWDC. CEO Tim Cook took the stage to announce the new systems, and Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi went into greater detail about most of the new features. Read More
Robert Chalfant, owner of Male Fashions in Warsaw, Ind., shares a story of opportunity, entrepreneurship, and faith. Read More
On Wednesday, Forbes released their lists of the most powerful women of 2014. This marks the tenth anniversary for these honorary rankings. The 100 Most Powerful Women includes those who are also in the rankings of top women in tech, powerful female billionaires, powerful women in media and enterta Read More
So, you want to set up ecommerce for your business. And why not? Everyone’s doing it. And “electronic commerce” provides a convenient option for customers to purchase your products from anywhere they have internet access. Read More
From mom-and-pop stores to hometown diners, you can’t go wrong supporting local, family-owned establishments. But sometimes that’s more easily said than done. Here's a four-step process to make it easy to support local business. Read More
The FCC’s vote yesterday to move forward with a proposal that could threaten net neutrality was received by plenty of protest and criticism, especially from those personally or professionally invested in the Internet. Several of our web developers at Saltsha helped explain what the backlash is all Read More
In January, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals essentially struck down the 2010 Open Internet Order. Today, the FCC voted to create new rules and regulations regarding net neutrality, leaving the door open for potential “two lane” Internet.
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In celebration of National Small Business Week, John Swanson lists 5 reasons why he prefers small businesses over large corporations. Read More
Vibram has agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle a class-action lawsuit that was filed in 2012 by a woman who claimed the company deceived customers by false advertising. Read More
Appetas, a two-man startup focused on developing mobile-friendly websites for restaurants, has been acquired by Google. The Seattle-based startup provides a simple way for restaurants to create beautiful mobile experiences that attract customers. Read More

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