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8 Questions to Ask Before Redesigning Your Website

A website redesign is a big step both in terms of time and money. Here are eight questions to ask before answering, "Should I redesign my website?".

Healthful Snacking and Billy Bosch's "ICONIC" Success

Image credit: YouTube Many Americans want to know where their food comes from, how it is grown and whether or not it is modified. They no longer accept labels at face value, claiming a snack to be healthy and good for them. These consumers demand quality ingredients, as well as products that taste good. Show More Summary

Recruitment: How to Pick the Right Person

Finding the right people for your company is a difficult and time-consuming process. But it done right, your time and energy is well spent: Good recruitment practices lead to high retention rates (meaning you don't have to keep recruiting...Show More Summary

Yosemite official stepping down amid harassment allegations

The superintendent of Yosemite National Park on Thursday announced that he is stepping down amid an ongoing federal investigation into allegations of a hostile work environment in which employees, particularly women, are bullied, belittled and marginalized. In a terse statement, Don Neubacher,...

3 Simple Ways To Optimize Your Landing Pages for Improved Conversions

Landing pages are just as important as the homepage of your website. These onsite pages are critical to engaging potential customers, moving them further down the funnel (by providing more information about your products and services),...Show More Summary

With Colombians set to vote on peace deal, a former president campaigns to kill it

When they go to the polls Sunday, Colombian voters are expected to endorse the landmark peace agreement signed this week by the government and the country’s most important rebel group. If that happens, it will be despite the formidable efforts of former President Alvaro Uribe. He has waged an aggressive...

Oil industry casts doubt on OPEC's output agreement

What some thought might be a turning point was looking like another false start Thursday.        

Wells Fargo takes 6 big blows from House panel

Members of the House Financial Services Committee pounded Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf.        

Stocks: Dow dives 196 on Deutsche Bank doubts

After a two-day rally on election news and hopes for oil production cut, stocks fall.        

Still time! Hurry! Score a free cup on Coffee Day

Sure, you've probably never heard of National Coffee Day, but it's a delicious thing.        

Infiniti just showed us what its next generation of SUVs will look like

At the Paris Motor Show, Infiniti pulled the cover off its QX Sport Inspiration concept, a vehicle the automaker said in a statement will establish " markers for future Infiniti QX models" and explore the "brand's vision for a next-generation,...Show More Summary

Now Is The Time To Sell Deutsche Bank ETNs

Concerns about the financial condition of Deutsche Bank’s (DB) are again raising questions about exchange-traded notes,  debt instruments issued by banks that promise the performance of an index in exchange for a fee. Exchange-traded notes ARE NOT THE SAME as exchange-traded funds, even though both trade in real time like stocks. Show More Summary

This car symbolizes why France and the US have completely different driving cultures

The Paris Motor Show is kicking off, and we're seeing some pretty wild concept cars. But what we'll see at the show and what ends up of on Gallic roadways can be two different things. Two very different things. I spent about a week and...Show More Summary

Investment rises as opportunity cost of money increases, Part 2

I posted this graph yesterday which has 234 data points from 1954 to 2016… The graph implies that as profit rates come easier over the nominal cost of money the percentage of gross private investment to GDP tends downward. I tweeted this graph to Miles Kimball who is in favor of negative nominal rates. Negative […]

The founder of a $600 million company shares the advice from Jamie Dimon that shaped his career

Jim McCann could talk for hours about his company, 1-800-Flowers. He started with a single flower shop in 1976 and took it to a business with a market capitalization of around $600 million. But he learned back in the 1990s, when 1-800-Flowers was taking off, that he needs to keep his monologues short if he's going to motivate his employees. Show More Summary

Beware of fraudulent IRS emails in your inbox

Americans have been receiving tax bills in their inbox – except the IRS does not contact taxpayers via email. The fake bills are the latest in a string of fraudulent scams targeted at taxpayers. Follow BI Video: On Twitter   Join the conversation about this story »

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