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Frank Goad

A growing number of Kentuckians have seized on electronic money, specifically digital “cryptocurrencies” like Bitcoin that are traded outside regular financial systems, and are finding ways to make it pay for them. Read more

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Amazon, the world-leading retailer and pillar of the Internet economy, is celebrating 15 years since it first moved into Lexington.Opened in 2000 with 35 employees in a few thousand square feet of warehouse space, Amazon’s Lexington... Read more

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The Breeders’ Cup decision to come to Keeneland for the first time this fall is an opportunity for the city to shine — and for some savvy businesspeople to tap into the event’s grandeur and crowd base.When Mike and Letha... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Dwell time" refers to those often overlooked but highly valuable moments your customer spends considering your company. It's defined as the time a customer spends with you in the absence of buying or... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Ever wonder how big advertising firms create successful campaigns? One way is by creatively managing their teams, and you can, too. Your team can encompass your internal staff, your ad agency, marketing... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Recently, I was developing an Internet advertising proposal with a client, until they sent me a short note that cut to the chase."We have a new client that works on websites and seo's (sic)," the... Read more

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Lexington, KY - In my recent video on the Business Lexington website, I talked about how customers own your brand. Their emotional attachments are the most powerful part of your brand. People go with what they know,... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Perhaps you've noticed the huge changes in advertising. Contrary to popular opinion, print has its place in your media plan, TV and radio are still good buys, and the phone book - well, maybe that one... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Beyond coffee, surviving in your job requires innovation. Sure, showing up on time helps, but companies want people whose contributions set the business apart from the competition or improve operations.... Read more

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There was a Kentucky contingent at the Olympics that was 56 people strong. You likely saw their work if you watched the Games on TV, but probably did not see them. Surprisingly, they're from a thriving, Christian, liberal arts school... Read more

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You probably like to sit down in a coffee shop with a steaming low-fat-cinna-mocha-frappa-maxi-latte-cino with a shot, crack open your laptop and do a little web surfing. Who doesn't like to have a hot, refreshing beverage and surf the... Read more

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GIS, which stands for Graphic Information System, is a business tool proving itself to be indispensable for many industries. First, though, GIS is not the same as GPS (Global Positioning Systems). GPS and GIS are from the same family... Read more

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This month's column is in a language you speak fluently: money talk. First, securing your data is worth far more than you think, because every bit and byte of data on your hard drive has a dollar value. You might be thinking, "Wait,... Read more

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If you are like most computer users today, you've heard - or perhaps experienced firsthand - the damage that computer malware (viruses, bots, etc.) can wreak. You may already be taking measures to protect yourself with a firewall, anti-virus... Read more

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It's 2008: a fresh new year, with new opportunities for disaster, calamity, and costly repairs. Lucky you. Think you've got computer security covered? Having anti-virus, anti-spam and a good firewall is just the start. I'm promoting... Read more

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