Great leadership first requires knowing what to do and how to do it really well.
Jesse Rothstein at the WCEG: The Great Recession and its aftermath: What role do structural changes play?: Overview The last seven years have been disastrous for many workers, particularly for lower-wage workers with little education or formal training, but also...
These eight icebreakers will help you take your networking game to the next level (and hopefully, leave with a few really great contacts).
Jeff Weiner, who has the highest ratings of any CEO on Glassdoor, weighs in on what it takes to inspire employees.
Big news for the nomadic raiders who have been waiting patiently to invade China since the Great Wall was construction in 300 B.C. The Great Wall of China Society reports that 30 percent of the original structure is gone...
Summary: The Internet has brought us many great PR opportunities, but also many challenges. A recent one is the advent of the new domain.sucks, "forcing" brands and celebrities to purchase the domains to protect their brands against the obvious. Mark Zuckerberg, for one, has registered no less than 10.sucks domain names...
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is a great instrument that has made home ownership possible for millions of consumers, but none of them like the idea of being in debt for 30 years. Those who like it the least and have the poorest understanding...Show More Summary
The people of Greece have just shown great courage, and even greater common sense, in voting “No” in overwhelming numbers
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Rumors of the demise of American well-being may have been greatly exaggerated.
With the problems in Greece now leading the news, this old article by the great Milton Friedman is worth (re)reading. (Martin Feldstein made similar arguments at the time in this article.)
By voting “NO,” the Greek people have rejected austerity measures by the EU in order to receive bailout money to pay off their debts. It’s as if Greece gave a big middle finger to the EU! It’s great that at least the people were able to vote on their future. You can see the jubilation in their Read More...
We've all encountered a tepid group, an audience that won't make noise, a bunch of disaffected students, or perhaps the distracted masses. Cat taught me this trick, which gives great insight into human nature. "Can everyone give me a golf...
Hello! Here's what you need to know for Monday. 1. Greece rejected the latest bailout deal from European creditors in Sunday's snap referendum, with more than 60% of Greeks voting "No" to the terms of a package that would see greater austerity measures implemented. 2. Show More Summary
Americans already know about the U.S. natural gas revolution based on shale, with production up from 58 Bcf/day in 2008 to 75 Bcf/day today. This incremental increase has been so large that, if standing as its own nation, our shale gas production surge since 2008 alone would be the world’s [...]
1. It’s about the money. Never lose sight of this. Apple Music will only be a success if ninety days in, a great proportion of those kicking the tires pay to subscribe. And this is doubtful. Because most people are cheap and the only way you can compete with free is to provide a service...Read More
The parallels with the antinomies of the thought of the Ludwig von Mises of today--John Taylor--are, I think, rather striking: David Glasner: [Mises’s Unwitting Affirmation of the Hawtrey-Cassel Explanation of the Great Depression](Show More Summary
While most of the coins we find on the ground aren't particularly valuable, there are some coins that could be considered great investments. If you are interested in investing in coins, here's what to look for. The post Are Coins a Good Investment? appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
Big initiatives of "bucket list" items are great, but without outlining the work needed to achieve your goals, they fail. Here are three ways to execute any goal your company sets. The post Why Your Company “Bucket List” Won’t Cut It appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
It's July 4, or Independence Day, in the United States. We celebrate the day that the colonies formally declared their independence from Great Britain - and that includes independence from tax.