IDG Contributor Network: When does tech make you money and when does it cost you?

There’s an interesting Forbes article on the topic of turning a cost center into a profit center. In it, author Larry Myler talks about three ways to “become a hero” by:

  1. Killing overhead,
  2. Inventing revenue, and
  3. Supporting company strategy.

Having worked in cost centers within organizations myself, I was skeptical as to whether this can actually be done. If so, it would change the game for just about any company trying to reduce costs and increase revenues (and that would be almost every organization).

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IDG Contributor Network: When does tech make you money and when does it cost you?

There’s an interesting Forbes article on the topic of turning a cost center into a profit center. In it, author Larry Myler talks about three ways to “become a hero” by:

  1. Killing overhead,
  2. Inventing revenue, and
  3. Supporting company strategy.

Having worked in cost centers within organizations myself, I was skeptical as to whether this can actually be done. If so, it would change the game for just about any company trying to reduce costs and increase revenues (and that would be almost every organization).

To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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Kendu Isaacs Tried It! Mary J. Blige Exposes Him for Allegedly Spending Her Money on New GIRLFRIEND!

Mary J. Blige said “Nah Kendu” in response to his outrageous spousal support request.  And she exposed him for allegedly shelling out money to his GIRLFRIEND.  Deets inside… 

Remember that $ 110,000/month Kendu Isaacs lost his mind and filed for from Mary J. Blige?  Well Mary is responding, and exposing him for jacking $ 420,000 of her money….for his new girlfriend!

Mary filed new docs in court that say Kendu spent nearly half a million dollars on “travel charges” as her manager.  But…Mary wasn’t on these alleged trips.  In her docs, she says those charges were not business related and she was never included.  Oh, and she says he spent that cash on his new bae.

Chile….

There’s more.

TMZ states Mary said in the docs she will not be supporting his kids like he requested and also says their house is underwater by millions:

As we’ve reported … Martin is asking for more than $ 110k per month in spousal support, but Mary says that’s outrageous. She says, “I am not responsible for supporting [Martin’s] parents and his children from another relationship which he lists as ongoing monthly expenses.” 

Plus, Mary says there’s no money left for handouts, anyway. In the docs, she says their estate is “underwater” … to the tune of $ 10 million. As she put it, she has all the burden of covering their expenses, while Martin “contributes absolutely nothing.”

Meanwhile:

 

Tokyo I am here! See you tonight! #StrengthOfAWoman #LoveYourself #428

A post shared by Mary J Blige (@therealmaryjblige) on Apr 18, 2017 at 2:40pm PDT

Mary is keeping it moving on her tour.

Source: http://theybf.com/2017/04/21/kendu-isaacs-tried-it-mary-j-blige-exposes-him-for-allegedly-spending-a-near-half-million

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Nintendo’s Stock Plummets Because It’s Not Making Enough Money Off of Pokémon Go

Earlier last week, Nintendo was basking in a dewey post-Pokémon Go glow, its stock doubling in value because of the game’s wild success. But what goes up must come down—thanks, Newton—and after the market closed on Friday, Nintendo revealed in a press release that “the game’s financial impact will be ‘limited’ and that it doesn’t expect to revise its annual forecast higher based on ‘current conditions,’” according to Bloomberg.

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Ledge uses Venmo to make borrowing money and paying it back dead simple

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We’ve all been there – sometimes you simply need to borrow money. Whether it’s for a big investment, moving to a new place or life just getting a little rough, Ledge aims to make it dead simple to borrow money from friends, family and others – and actually pay them back. It essentially works like a crowdfunding platform, but with a few twists. After borrowers create a campaign explaining how much cash they need, they give the loan interest rate (which adds a lending incentive), and specify the number of installments payments will be made over.   Like on several other platforms, funds aren’t available…

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