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The latest entertainment news, pop candy, gossip, movie and TV show reviews, celebrity news, etc can never have low ratings. Entertainment sells in all forms. Media and Information houses have upgraded entertainment value to new heights where anything that can create a flutter makes the headlines.
Websites like www.usaentertainment.net/ , www.usatoday.com/life/index ,etc have a highly qualified team of expert journalists and news getters who add high entertainment value to the content of the portals.
People like to be updated about the latest celebrity gossips, fashion trends, music reviews and pictures that tell their own story. Entertainment reaches unprecedented value on Page 3 features where the who's who of tinsel town, socialites, public figures and celebrities yearn to have their share of limelight. Basking in reflected glory is the way to make news for many of the lesser blessed mortals, who try hard to make it to the columns of the entertainment news.
Entertainmentis generally defined as any activity, event or action that arouses public interest or curiosity. Entertainment is meant to provide amusement, laughter, fun and enjoyment. Any news article that catches the attention of the public eye is bound to float around and garner loads of interest.
A very simple example that can explain entertainment in this context is the unveiling of the wax statutes of the Royal couple, Prince William and his wife, Duchess Catherine of Cambridge, on the 3rd of April .An explicit description of their attire and every little detail of accessories have made interesting news clips in the web world.
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The face of Entrepreneurship has undergone a sea change over the years. Fast changing global economic trends coupled with variable funding arenas have made entrepreneurship the favourite buzzword among the Y-Generation.
Steve Strauss, in his write up for USA Today has advised those fascinated by the concept of entrepreneurship to avoid some traps that are created by the technological up gradations in commercial and monetary transactions. A good risk taker and businessman needs to be a computer and technology expert as well to reap the finest benefits in the world of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship in today's changed scenario is all about exploiting the opportunities available around you and creating your own security levels to avoid data losses by proper backup and tech support. The keyword is to project your entrepreneurship venture in a big way on the web even though you may be running the show from a humble environment. This leads to greater accessibility to global cliental and further enhanced scopes for capital funding and returns.
The rules for entrepreneurship are highly dynamic and the flux of information available on how to master the art of risk taking to identifying funding avenues can really puzzle a new entrant in the world of entrepreneurship. Global hotspots are brimming with opportunities and the time has arrived for more and more entrepreneurship ventures to take advantage of the stabilizing economic scenario.
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Entrepreneurship has always been encouraged in the United States as it allows individuals to set up their own businesses, learn from their mistakes and tackle problems without any issues.
Southwest Airlines is marketing itself as a gay friendly airline, which takes pride in their commitment to the GLBT community. This has been somewhat controversial as many people are on the fence on whether this is a good idea. One the one hand, gay people deserve to have rights while traveling and on the other, it may be highlighting generalizations that could be wrong.
The airline points to its many community partnerships with GLBT organizations across the US. For example, Southwest is the official airline of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the Gay-Straight Alliance Network (GSA), and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC). They are also involved with the Cream City Foundation, which was founded in the 1980s to support the LGBT community in Milwaukee.
The organization supports entrepreneurship and small business among LGBT community members, and has grown from an initial grant of $500 seed money in to an organization which provides over $700,000 in grants each year to support a variety of gay and lesbian causes.