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Memorial Day Honors Our Fallen Soldiers

Though Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning of summer, it is a somber holiday. It is a day to honor some of the true American Heroes, the members of our Armed Forces who paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving to protect Americans and our way of life. Show More Summary

"Oh, I Lied"

"I'm not upset that you lied to me; I'm upset that from now on I can't believe you."--Friedrich Nietzsche Recently I had two experiences that will leave a lasting impression. They speak to both human nature and business ethics. LastShow More Summary

This Memorial Day, It's Up to Us CEOs to Make Veterans a Priority

What will you be doing this Memorial Day Weekend? Like most Americans, you'll probably go to the beach for early season tanning, enjoy a good sale at your favorite store, or just spend a relaxing weekend with your family and friends. For 22 million veterans, however, the day means something altogether different. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Social Media Guide for Biz Owners and Bloggers

I'm pretty excited about todays post because I've put together a cheat sheet for all you biz owners and bloggers out there. I've put together the ultimate social media guide to help keep you on track in growing your social media empire!!! I love getting emails from you guys after my posts go live with feedback and questions you may have. Show More Summary

The Art of the Steal: GE's Massive $270 Million Massachusetts Megadeal

According to a recent quarterly earnings report, GE is doing fantastically well, bringing in $23.5 billion in orders and income during the first three months of 2016. It has done so well, in fact, it bought back $6 billion worth of stock,...Show More Summary

The Right Content Can Make You Buy a Bundt Cake Pan...When You've Never Made a Damned Bundt Cake

I usually end my work day around 8:00 PM and go through a very specific ritual to unwind - a ritual that usually involves having a glass of wine and reading the "Life" section of Buzzfeed. Last week, I was reading "19 Delicious Reminders...Show More Summary

9 Social Media Marketing Tools That are Transforming Their Industries

By itself, social media is a powerful tool. Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram empower both startups and established brands to connect with customers in an environment that's friendly and highly engaging. However, a growing...Show More Summary

19 Best Things to Buy at Walmart for Memorial Day Weekend

By Andrew DePietro, Finance Writer Like other big-box retailers, Walmart offers plenty of Memorial Day deals to ring in summer 2016. The retailer offers its famous rollback prices on a number of Walmart deals on products in-store, but...Show More Summary

15 Best Things to Buy at Costco for Memorial Day Weekend

By Andrew DePietro, Finance Writer Memorial Day weekend finally has arrived. The unofficial kickoff to summer, Memorial Day celebrates and honors American soldiers who died serving in the U.S. armed forces. Every year, Americans mark Memorial Day with parades, festivals and Memorial Day sales. Show More Summary

The Math, Science and Art of Marketing

Marketing today is an adventure in multi-disciplinary skills, getting hugely complex and challenging at the same time. These are also exciting times for the industry as the operating methods and best practices are constantly transforming,...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) BOA's Paskalis Fears Ad Blocking Over Fraud, Viewability

What keeps the Senior Vice President of Media at Bank of America up at night isn't the fear of digital advertising fraud, transparency or viewability. It's ad blocking, and Lou Paskalis says a main conversation at this year's CannesShow More Summary

5 Steps I Took To Start Living My Dreams

At the age of 27, I was not living my dreams. I was climbing the seemingly endless corporate ladder at one of the world's leading consulting firms, which sounds far more glamorous than it was in reality. The work was unfulfilling and monotonous. Show More Summary

Does Everything on My Credit Report Affect My Credit Scores?

By Jeanine Skowronski, Credit reports, as you've no doubt heard, are tremendously important. After all, the information on them dictates your credit scores, which, in turn, dictate whether you're able to readily score things...Show More Summary

5 Ways To Improve Conversions From Your Website And Digital Advertising Efforts

All businesses need to generate leads in order to grow their brand, however, improving sales is often a constant challenge that companies face. For many brands, "sales" is one of the most expensive departments to account for. The lead...Show More Summary

Think Beyond Oil And Gold: Interview With Mike 'Mish' Shedlock

The energy sector was certainly a bargain in January, but no one really knows where oil will be around Christmas. While we may have already seen the bottom, stock prices are not the bargain they were. There are other plays. Think electric vehicles and even driverless cars. Show More Summary

Why Birchbox is the Future

I first encountered Birchbox back in 2011 – my wife Evelyn had subscribed and I’m responsible for getting our mail. Each month I would deliver to her a box full of beauty samples that she would excitedly open, sniff, touch and use. It...Show More Summary

What Happened To Link Between Profits and Productivity?

What happened to the link between profits and productivity, on which economic growth is based? It has broken down of late, so that profits are no longer being used by many businesses to enhance productivity. And without higher productivity,...Show More Summary

5 Ways to Create a Productive Office Environment

By Aron Susman An office that is simultaneously relaxed and productive? How does that work? In the corporate world, we've long been conditioned to believe that a good work ethic is synonymous with a gritty, grinding style of professionalism,...Show More Summary

6 Tips for Getting Your Team to Work Better Together

A. Have Them Do Their Due Diligence Due diligence is probably the most important part of every process to get things done well and encourage open communication. Getting a second set of eyes to take a look at things can help establish ways to do them more efficiently, ensure tasks are taken care of, and to collaborate for the best results. Show More Summary

Professor Herman Daems' Actions to Achieve Inclusive Capitalism

Professor Herman Daems Chairman of the Board, KU Leuven, The University of Leuven Chairman, BNP Paribas Fortis Capitalism is not an ideology, at least not for me. I see capitalism as a system to create and distribute wealth. Capitalism certainly does not work perfectly and it has many shortcomings. Show More Summary

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