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The Keys to Attracting More Customers on Twitter ~ via @OPENForum

Seeking a real return on your social media relationships? Prove your business is customer obsessed by employing the Twitter strategies of companies that "get it." It's one thing to say you're customer obsessed on social media and quite another to show you mean it. Show More Summary

Outraged Miami Residents Confront Walmart Developer in Kendall

Longtime Miami investigative reporter and nearby resident Al Sunshine blisters Walmart developers with questions, Leslye Jacobs who started a 9,000 person signature petition against Walmart sitting bottom right Walmart is looking to...Show More Summary

CAABS Drive Workplace Bullying

Workplace bullying is any unwanted attention, attacks, suggestions, retaliation, humiliation, belittling, condescending behavior, or anything else that makes an individual feel unwanted, threatened, demeaned, insulted, or less than their...Show More Summary

Women in Business: Q&A with Hayley Barna & Katia Beuchamp, Birchbox Co-Founders and Co-CEOs

HAYLEY BARNA: After graduating from Harvard Business School in 2010, Hayley began her career as an entrepreneur with classmate and Birchbox Co-founder Katia Beauchamp. Their connection grew into a friendship that inspired the pair's collaborative idea for Birchbox, which debuted in September 2010. Show More Summary

Women in Business: Q&A with Danna Lyons, Owner and Co-Founder of Milk Money

In 1999 Danna Lyons conceptualized, created, and operated innovative children's consignment shop, Milk Money, promoting an eco-friendly and cooperative store environment, while serving as a vibrant community resource and social outlet...Show More Summary

The Only Advice You Need to Get Anything Done

I've been living by a motto recently, and it has not only helped my productivity, but my overall health as well. You see, I'm a creative trying to make it in the market, which means I suffer from loads of self-doubt, thoughts of inadequacy, and a paralyzing fear from time to time. Show More Summary

Ten Ways to be a Mythic Content Whisperer

Every customer engagement with your brand starts with "smart" content. It's more than great writing, although that's a given. You need "cut through the clutter" images that jar the lethargic always on gaze of today's distracted consumer. Ten...Show More Summary

5 Unexpected Reasons To Buy American

There is nothing more unifying in America than our love of storytelling. We sit around dinner tables and campfires, telling tales about our travels and experiences, talking about our pasts and the pasts of those we love the most. These...Show More Summary

Change: A CEO's Job In The 21st Century

A quick scan of recent top business lingo lists--an attention-grabbing feature frequently posted at sites such as the Harvard Business Review and Forbes--shows that none included some of the most relevant words of the moment: speed, uncertainty and change. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) How to Connect the Big Data, IPG's Russell Marsh explains

COLOGNE -- The challenge with data is not the sheer volume of information available today. The hurdle with "big data" is knowing what to do with it, says Russell Marsh, Global Chief Data Officer at IPG Mediabrands in an interview with Beet.TV. "It's all about how to connect the data points," he says. Show More Summary

Great Company Required

It is evidently a no-brainer, and yet a broadly misunderstood concept: Happy employees make better companies, and better companies (should) make more money. However, translating this easy-to-grasp formula into reality is an entirely different conversation. Show More Summary

How Chevron's Scientists Misled Courts and Public About Death and Disease in Ecuador

"Scientists... involved in developing public health and environmental protections recognize we do not need (and we almost never obtain) proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Waiting for absolute certainty is a recipe for failure: People will die, and the environment will be damaged if we wait for absolute proof... Show More Summary

7 Biggest Home Buying Mistakes

By Paula Pant, Whether you're a first-time buyer or you've been around the block a few times, there are certain home buying mistakes that trip people up time and time again. Before you sign on the dotted line to purchase...Show More Summary

India Inside: Astonishing Tales of How the United States and India Are Intertwined

First of a three part series highlighting how the ties between the world two largest democracies are rooted in history. As Washington prepares for a historic visit by India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 29, many inShow More Summary

Another Flash Crash or Market Shutdown?

My weekend reading got me thinking about 1987. I read that the percentage of bullish advisors has not been this high since 1987. The percentage of bullish advisors is usually a contrary indicator: when a large majority become bullish, a downturn can usually be expected. Show More Summary

What To Do When Your Best And Oldest Customer Isn't Happy

You build a business one customer at a time. Some are one time affairs, other last a period of time and still others stay with your company for the long haul. So how do you react when one of your oldest and best customers experiences less than stellar performance from your company. Show More Summary

5 Quick Tips I Learned for Business Authors to Easily Format Kindle eBooks for Amazon

Recently, I've been working on several fiction and non-fiction writing projects. As a business author, my goal is to get the ideas into a document, and not to struggle with the tedious formatting details. But I found that if I use a formatting service, I'd need to pay for even the most minor edits or updates to my books after it's launched. Show More Summary

Engaging Customers in the Digital Age

I had lunch the other day with our terrific general managers from select service and extended stay brands known as CFRST - Courtyard, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Residence Inn, SpringHill Suites and Towneplace Suites. We talked about social media and how it's changing customer service. Show More Summary

Who Will Win Out Between the Millennials and Boomers?

Like many Americans, I'm fresh from a Labor Day weekend spent with family. Multiple generations gathered in Watch Hill, R.I., including my 15 Millennial nieces and nephews. It was an interesting few days as a marketer. Recent headlines have zeroed in on the Millennials and the Baby Boomers, and which group we should be paying more attention to. Show More Summary

How the iPhone Helps Perpetuate Modern-Day Slavery

"How do we have this amazing microtechnology? Because the factory where they're making these, they jump off the fucking roof because it's a nightmare in there. You really have a choice -- you can have candles and horses and be a little...Show More Summary

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