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Carvana revenue soars nine-fold in 2014

Carvana revenue soars nine-fold in 2014

Dealer-less auto marketplace Carvana is No.5 on Forbes Magazine's list of 20 most promising private companies for 2015. The DriveTime-funded digital sales site jumped its revenue from $5 million in 2013 to $45 million in 2014. Forbes gives credit for that success to funding, financing, and home delivery of

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Tracking print ads: Forbes, MediaVest, ComScore project

Forbes recently announced a new research project whose purpose is to measure the effectiveness of advertising in its print magazine. To do so, the publisher signed on with research firm ComScore, and brand builder MediaVest. The latter's job is to choose the advertisers to study and to provide the technology that produces the oversight and tracking results. The point of the project is to tell how

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Three Ideas Worth Millions

Forbes magazine recently published its "10 Ideas Worth Millions" - companies whose ideas were good enough for venture capitalists to pour millions into. Forbes describes these companies: "Even with venture funding falling off a cliff, a handful of companies with great idea

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Forbes says real estate market will rebound

Forbes says real estate market will rebound

If you're a homeowner watching your property value crashing, look to the commercial real estate market for solace. It might tell you which areas will recover fastest--and which will likely remain weak.

An article on Forbes.com cites a

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Fast Company downsizes digital department, wants to create “super reporters”

Fast Company and Inc. publisher Mansueto Ventures have laid off 20 staffers. What’s curious is that most of the downsizing was from the Mansueto Digital division, the online side of the business which had a $10 million war chest. Indeed, Mansueto has spent a much of the past year building up the digital side. For example, former high profile Microsoft video blogger Robert Scoble was hired

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