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The Trouble With Trade: People Understand It

Ever since Donald Trump was elected there has been a huge backlash among elite-types against those blaming trade for their problems. Major news outlets have been filled with misleading and dishonest stories claiming that the real cause...Show More Summary

Why Traditional SEO Is Dying

Life seemed simpler back in the early days of online search. Users relied on search engines to look up information, instead of apps and social media channels like they do now. Back then, brands simply needed to insert the right keywords in the right places to rank well in search results. Show More Summary

As MNCs Retrench, Reigniting the Power of Global Brands

In an era of diminishing profits for global corporations, brands are bulwarks against commoditization. They are not expenses. Strategic investment is required. New World Disorder The Economist recently published a survey on the retreat of multinational companies (MNCs). Show More Summary

Let's Make America More Equal Again!

As defeated Democrats mull over what slogan can equal or overcome President Trump's "Make America Great Again", I have a suggestion, one that might even enthuse populist Republicans. Let's make American more equal again, just as it was...Show More Summary

Did Uber and Airbnb Grow Ethically?

Did Uber and Airbnb grow ethically? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.. Answer by Brad Stone, Senior Executive Editor at Bloomberg...Show More Summary

A Music Lesson for Business Disruption

I admit it. Full confession. I have become obsessed with the cover of a song. Not just any song, mind old song, an old famous song, an old famous song written and sung originally by legends and recently covered by a band and...Show More Summary

The Entrepreneur's 5 Pillars of Success

As entrepreneurs, we know we must deliver tremendous value to our clients and our prospective clients. The more value we can give them, the more value we create for ourselves and our stakeholders. This is the enlightened self-interest of capitalism. To do that, we have to be productive and be in control. Show More Summary

A New Way To View Social Gaming

I recently had the opportunity to work on an exciting new project happening in partnership with Westfield Corporation. With retail outlets, particularly malls, clearly having a tough run due to online shopping cutting into their customer...Show More Summary

Ask Carrie: What Does Love Cost?

Dear Readers, Don't think I'm unromantic, but as Valentine's Day approaches I can't help but think about how complicated today's relationships can be and how money can be one of the stickier points. On the journey from first date to happily ever after, there are a lot of financial concerns that can cause more than a few bumps in the road. Show More Summary

Long Term Care Insurance: Here's What You Need to Know

After seeing their parents need Long Term Care, Richard and Barbara Adams searched for answers. It was the fall of 2008 when Richard and Barbara Adams, recent retirees from the Buffalo School District and a former sales executive atShow More Summary

How This Man Went From Pro Athlete To Internet Entrepreneur

As I shift my focus towards business and entrepreneurship these days, I am constantly on the lookout for people who inspire me. Reaching big goals and living out dreams always comes easier with a mentor or at least looking towards those who have found success for some guidance. Show More Summary

5 SEO Strategies to Ditch in 2017

By Dan Golden SEO and user experience has converged. In 2017, a good user experience makes the best SEO strategy. This change does more than force creative and SEO analyst departments to actually meet and work together. This shift requires a whole new way of thinking about SEO. Show More Summary

Off-Shorers Should Shut Up

Whirlpool, the big appliance manufacturer, stressed in recent years its preference to make it in America. In 2013, it actually moved dishwasher manufacturing jobs back to the United States from Mexico. The next year, it announced a $40 million investment in its Greenville, Ohio KitchenAid plant, adding 400 jobs. Show More Summary

Executive Order Protecting The Security Of Our Nation By Restricting Irresponsible Retail Speech And Imposing Fashion Mandates For Chic Mix-And-Match Separates And Stylish, Fun Accessories

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows: Sec. 1. It is the policy of my administration to end the chaotic and totally unfair abuse of...Show More Summary

America's Wireless Unlimited Plans Are Not Unlimited & Not Cheap.

America's communications customers are being conned on so many levels it is hard to know where to start. According to Digital Fuel Monitor, other countries have figured out how to deliver unlimited wireless services for just 16-30 EUR. Show More Summary

Oscarnomics 2017: The Brand Value of Awards

Last month the Golden Globes kicked off the Hollywood awards season. Even though Golden Globe winners have gone on to win the Oscar only 40% of the time, some believe that because of their Globe wins, La La Land and Moonlight have the inside track on winning the Oscar. Show More Summary

5 Success Practices of Ultra-Effective Business Teams

It takes an effective team to attract and serve a community in business these days. With real-time online reviews and feedback via the Internet, and instant relationships via social media, a voice from the top that is inconsistent with what is heard from the firing line defines a dysfunctional and noncompetitive company for today's customer. Show More Summary

Price Wrong and Lower Your Profits

Too many respond to increased competition by lowering prices. The problem is that lowering the price often comes with unintended consequences. It can lower the image of your product and send the wrong message to customers that recently paid more. Show More Summary

10 Things Great Bosses Do Every Day

We've all heard the adage, "People don't leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses." It makes great fodder for after-work gripe sessions, but is there really any data to back the claim up? As it turns out, there's a ton. In one study, 61...Show More Summary

10 Things Truly Confident People Do Differently

True confidence -- as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities -- has a look all its own. One thing is certain: truly confident people always have the upper hand over the doubtful and the skittish because...Show More Summary

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