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Whole Foods Learns A Golden Rule Of Leadership -- The Hard Way

Whole Foods stock plunged 10% on early Thursday morning trade in Wall Street following disappointing financial results for the last quarter. Whole Foods Market, Inc. is a fast growing natural and organic foods retailer, riding the healthy food fad, which has allowed the company to charge premium prices for its products, compared to conventional [...]

How to Maximize the Value of Your Small Business

Each year, thousands of small businesses are sold. However, many owners have little understanding of how their businesses will be valued when they attempt to sell. Business valuation experts assess a number of factors when providing an opinion of the fair market value of a company, looking for certain strengths and weaknesses. Show More Summary

ACTIVIST HEDGE FUND: There is 'no such thing as a permanent trend in the markets'

BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Paul Singer's $27 billion hedge fund Elliott Associates is worried about Europe's prospects and is bracing for fresh market turbulence. In a letter to investors dated July 23 and seen by Reuters on Thursday, the New York-based firm told clients that it has returned 2.8 percent in its Elliott Associates, L.P. Show More Summary

China stocks slide again

China shares fall amid reports that banks are trying to weigh their financial exposure to the stock market slump in June. ||| Hong Kong/Shanghai - China shares fell again on Thursday after a report that banks were trying to get to grips with their financial exposure to the stock market slump in June added to a pall of uncertainty for investors. Show More Summary

The Federal Reserve's September cliffhanger

It seems to be leaning closer to the the fall as liftoff for the first rate hike since 2006, or will it delay yet again?

VW On Top: Now A European As The World's Biggest Carmaker

Maryann Keller is a legend among auto analysts, and her prescience was proven yet again this week. In 1993, Keller published her book, "Collision: GM, Toyota, Volkswagen And The Race To Own The 21st Century." At the time, it didn't seem possible that GM would ever lose its perch as [...]

Why Do So Many Working Age Americans Choose Not To Enter The Workforce?

Via ConvergEx's Nick Colas, Today we look at a unique dataset – Gallup’s annual poll of job satisfaction – to see what it can tell us about secular trends in employment, consumer confidence and spending. This annual survey of +1,000 people active in the U.S. Show More Summary

Medical roll-up could unravel

Mixed success with medical roll-ups has some investors cautious about the next to hit the market — Lake Imaging.

Global stock markets turn higher on earnings

On Wall Street, futures for the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 both flat

4 Reasons Working For a Small Business Could Help Your Career Grow

When you think about working for a small business, do you expect limited growth potential and a boring caseload? It’s time to flip those challenges and look at the benefits of advancing your career at a small firm. The post 4 Reasons Working For a Small Business Could Help Your Career Grow appeared first on Brazen Life.

Congressman Chaka Fattah & Associates Indicted In Racketeering Conspiracy

Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA) and a number of his associates have been charged in a 29 count indictment including participating in a racketeering conspiracy; bribery; conspiracy to commit mail, wire and honest services fraud; and multiple counts of mail fraud, falsification of records, bank fraud, making false statements to a financial institution and money laundering.

Here’s Why Open Borders Are the Geese That Broke The Golden Eggs

In a perfect world, however, we wouldn’t need economists, or economics. And we certainly wouldn’t need economic journalists like Ezra Klein.

Time To Buy Hershey?

As the stock market spews volatility in the face of a Chinese rout, continued Greek uncertainty and economic reports that may change the Federal Reserve's plans, it is getting difficult to sleep

Jim Gilmore's Car Tax Repeal Plan, 18 Years Later

“No Car Tax.” As political slogans go, Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore’s 1997 cri de coeur was admirably clear. No vague, aspirational statements about renewing, reclaiming, or reviving anything; just: the car tax must go. Gilmore’s anti-car...Show More Summary

Gary Vaynerchuk: Why This Is the Age of the Introverted Entrepreneur

Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of digital agency VaynerMedia, discusses technology's impact on introverted entrepreneurs, Twitter versus Instagram, and more.

Recalibration

Traders decide what the 'inaction' of the Federal Reserve means over the intermediate and long-term. The ZIRP forever mentality fades ever-so-slightly as more than anything else, the Fed gets perceived as "let's not screw this up." A...Show More Summary

Man Behind the Planned Parenthood Investigation Says Videos “Get Worse”

On Wednesday, Dana Loesch interviewed The Center for Medical Progress’s David Daleiden on her program on BlazeTV. Loesch talks with Daleiden about the three-year long investigation of Planned Parenthood and the undercover videos. InShow More Summary

Debunking Common Social Security Myths

Social Security will celebrate its 80th birthday on August 14, 2015. In honor of eight decades of the program, let’s look at some of the common urban legends about one of America’s most popular government programs. Which of these “facts” have you fallen for? 1. Show More Summary

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