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Do you know what a ‘green weenie’ is?


October 26, 2012 by Jim Giuliano

Think you’re up on the current business jargon? Here’s a test.

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Retirement savings: How much of a difference does professional advice make?


June 29, 2012 by Jim Giuliano

When it comes to managing your retirement account, how much better off are you with getting the services of a professional? And what was the biggest investment mistake most go-it-alone types made in the last five years? A nationwide study appears to answer both questions.

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Survey reveals best, worst states to do business


May 9, 2012 by Jim Giuliano

If you’re in one of the best, congratulations. If you’re in one of the worst … well, you’re in one of the worst.

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10 early-morning ways to make the most of your day


February 13, 2012 by Bob Hill

Check out this list of 10 great ways to start your business day right, based on a recent article by management consultant Kevin Eikenberry:  More…

Want to be a better boss? Get off your chair


February 8, 2012 by Jim Giuliano

Even a tiny bit of exercise can make a major change in how you view work – and in how workers view you.

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And the least valuable college degree program is …


January 18, 2012 by Bob Hill

A new report reveals some key insights about hiring, unemployment, and which degrees hold the least promise for today’s college graduates.  More…

Little wiggle room for hotel rates in 2012 … unless you have this info


January 10, 2012 by Jennifer Azara

Do not disturb! That’s the sign most hotel chains are hanging out when it comes to negotiating better deals – few want to hear it lately.  More…

3 money-management blunders


December 8, 2011 by Jim Giuliano

These come from a top financial planner who admits he’s made all three mistakes at one time or another.

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Does being a jerk make you a better boss?


December 7, 2011 by Jim Giuliano

After the death of Steve Jobs, stories leaked out — mainly in a biography — about his genius and his cruelty. Does one go with the other? More…

Study: More employees use work computers to shop


November 30, 2011 by Jim Giuliano

The trend in online shopping at work is clear. Is it out of control?

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The 1 thing all great entrepreneurs have in common


October 28, 2011 by Bob Hill

Four-time best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell breaks down what makes a great risk-taker. More…

10 industries with the worst customer service


October 25, 2011 by Jim Giuliano

If you’re in one of industries on the list, the good news is that you won’t have to work very hard to outshine your competition. If you have to avail yourself of the services of one of the 10 worst, there is no good news.

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The most valuable employee attribute


October 19, 2011 by Bob Hill

In a recent New York Times interview, Stetson Hats CEO Pamela Fields reveals how employees made her a more capable CEO.  More…

Why your firm should have a presence on Facebook


October 17, 2011 by Bob Hill

Is your company capitalizing on the Facebook craze? If not, these statistics may cause you to start thinking social media.  More…

Is Twitter a waste of time for business?


August 23, 2011 by Bob Hill

A new study reveals those who tweet are not necessarily those who buy.  More…

The warning signs of a double-dip recession?


August 17, 2011 by Bob Hill

Four years ago, the signs of an imminent recession came barreling over the horizon. Having seen them once, are we about to enter the same situation again?  More…

Business travel: These airlines offer refunds once prices drop


August 11, 2011 by Bob Hill

A consumer advocacy website reveals which airlines offer full- on partial refunds once prices are dropped due to lack of booking.   More…

Do you have the right name to be a CEO?


August 8, 2011 by Bob Hill

A new study reveals what the most common CEO names are, and the crucial role your birth name plays in predicting your C-suite potential.   More…

Court OKs TSA full body scan


August 3, 2011 by Valerie Helmbreck

Execs and road warriors who regularly get examined by new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) technology don’t have a legal leg to stand on now that the courts have decided full body scans aren’t a Fourth Amendment violation.

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Business gets drawn into the online culture wars


July 27, 2011 by Valerie Helmbreck

Business leaders may want to avoid the “culture wars” that rage around election time, but many organizations could find themselves targeted by online campaigns for and against different causes.

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