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Emerging Human Resource Trends in 2015: Is Your Business Ready?

Human resource trends change just as frequently as fashion (if not more). Because the industry is constantly evolving, regulations regularly adapting, and employees changing as well, small businesses have to be flexible enough to keep up with them. Show More Summary

Tax Shift Is Key to a Circular Economy and Jobs

The typical Western tax system puts a high price on honest labor, while leaving pollution and the use of natural resources tax-free. This is a major barrier for businesses to create more jobs and shift to sustainable resource use. The...Show More Summary

Tax Shift Is Key to a Circular Economy and Jobs

The typical Western tax system puts a high price on honest labor, while leaving pollution and the use of natural resources tax-free. This is a major barrier for businesses to create more jobs and shift to sustainable resource use. The...Show More Summary

Tax Shift Is Key to a Circular Economy and Jobs

The typical Western tax system puts a high price on honest labor, while leaving pollution and the use of natural resources tax-free. This is a major barrier for businesses to create more jobs and shift to sustainable resource use. The...Show More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Bethany Lampland, COO, The New York Foundling

As Chief Operating Officer, Bethany oversees all of The New York Foundling's business departments- human resources, finance, legal, development and communications, information technology, facilities and capital projects. Since assuming...Show More Summary

7 Human Resources Trends Your Small Business Needs to Know

The world of human resources changes fast. If your small business isn't on top of the trends, you could not only experience significant turnover, but also legal ramifications. Whether you employ a team of fifteen HR employees or areShow More Summary

Fox host: ‘Without question, Elizabeth Warren is the devil’ and Wall Street will defeat her

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Fox Business host Melissa Francis predicted this week that Wall Street would devote their resources to defeating Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) if she decided to run for president because bankers and traders believed that she was “actually the devil.” On Tuesday’s edition of Out...

Why You Should Never Use the Term “Human Resources” Again

The most common ways we refer to people at work are possibly the most destructive business terms ever devised. It's time to purge them from our terminology.

An Inside Look: Facebook's New Program to Get Business Owners Using Ads

Facebook has much bigger goals than just maintaining its status as the world's biggest social network. It is also striving to become an indespensable resource for helping small businesses grow.

The definitive 'Power Rankings'

Providing electricity is a serious business. 1. Dominion Resources 2. Georgia Power 3. Florida Power and Light 4. DTW Energy 5. Commonweath Edison 6. Energy Future Holdings 7. Southern California Edison 8. Pacific Gas & Electric 9. Public Service Enterprise Group 10. Consolidated Edison

The Business of Renewable Resources

September's UN Climate Summit 2014 in New York City--the largest-ever--brought welcome momentum and renewed ambition to our quest to transition to a lower carbon society. The 310,000 participants who took to the streets, staging a historic People's Climate March, proved there is more support for change than ever. Show More Summary

Empowering AAPI-Owned Businesses Through Federal Resources

This blog was originally posted on the White House Blog. With the holidays coming up, it is an opportune time for us to recognize the businesses that support and help our economy grow healthier and make the season more special. The White...Show More Summary

What Are The Dodgers Even Doing?

last weekSports : Deadspin

These aren't your father's Dodgers. Hell, these aren't the same Dodgers from when you went to bed. Andrew Friedman has been busy at his first Winter Meetings representing a team with resources, and he has revamped the Dodgers roster—well, basically overnight. Read more...

Serial Asshole

Remember that Harvard Business School jackass we talked about last night who was spending his time and the school’s resources to harass a small business owner. The story gets better and better- after getting a negative reaction from the entire world, he posted an apology on his web page and then emailed an apology to [Read more...]

Big Data is Here. Here’s How to Take Advantage of It to Grow Your Business

While the debate still rages about privacy issues, the fact is that Big Data is here and here to stay. That being said, the team at Mozenda — experts in procuring data and turning into an actionable resource – say smart marketers can use it to not only find out about the competition but also […]

The Urgent Insider Secret That Could Lead To Quick Gains In Commodities

Insiders in the natural resource business often talk about "shopping season" this time of year. But they're not referring to Christmas presents. As I've discussed before, this

A Closer Look At EOG Resources’ Key Business Drivers

Despite the recent run-up, there is still a significant growth opportunity for EOG Resources in the Eagle Ford shale. At the end of last year, the company's net proved reserves in the play stood at 765 million barrels of oil equivalent. Show More Summary

DePaul Stadium Woes

Crain's Chicago Business is an amazing resource if you use it often enough. Like this article, telling us about the DePaul basketball team from 29 May 2013 - over a year-and-a-half ago and how their attendance sucked: DePaul University's...Show More Summary

OIL CEO WARNS: Crude Could Crash To $30 (USO, CNQ)

More than 50% lower. That is how far Canadian billionaire Murray Edwards, chairman of Canadian Natural Resource, thinks oil prices can fall from here. Speaking with Canadian business publication Financial Post, Edwards said, " Prices could spike down to $30, $40. Show More Summary

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