The best basketball players find a way to win even when their shots aren't falling, and Buddy Hield did exactly that Monday night, willing No. 3 Oklahoma to a come-from-behind home win over No. 24 Texas. Business as usual for our old friend Buddy, who has averaged 27.4 points over his last 17 games. Show More Summary
Most state governors want to bring more businesses and employment to their states and maintain sustainable budgets. An important new paper from two of our colleagues, Michael Mazerov and Mike Leachman (M&L), provides a new and important...Show More Summary
No doubt, most of us, if given the choice, would prefer to die peacefully in our sleep with no unfinished business with ourselves or others. This we call "a good death." But it is important to look below the surface of this idea to understand its misconceptions. Show More Summary
Watching the New Hampshire debate on ABC Saturday night and monitoring the online chatter, afterwards, has brought me to several conclusions. For starters, Martha Raddatz has as much business moderating a GOP debate as a hungry crocodile has guarding a yard full of piglets. Show More Summary
Monday 2.8.2016 Music Business News & Views From Around The Web The fallout from the SFX bankruptcy will eventually touch almost every corner of the music industry. Updated continuously under our More News tab here.
We all want success in life right? Whether it be success in relationships, achieving our ideal body, sporting performance, business... The post 7 Personal Philosophies You Need For Success In Life appeared first on Lifehack.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's trucks business is open to acquisitions or even a public listing, VW trucks executive Andreas Renschler told Bloomberg. "We're keeping all options open on our way to becoming a global champion," Renschler said in an interview published on Monday. Show More Summary
You really can earn miles for everything. People will do crazy things for miles, and why not? They're the most successful marketing innovation of our time. Airlines rent their programs to motivate customers of others businesses, andShow More Summary
Coldplay may have been the headliner of the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, but it was Beyoncé who stole the show and left us to physically pick up our jaws off the floor and continue about our business. Taking to the stage just after Chris Martin brought out Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson for some... Continue reading
We continue our lessons learned series (co-authored by me and Traklight’s Mike Willee) and move from personal values to company culture. As an entrepreneur, one of the most important things you can do for your business is to establish the tone and culture that you want, or at the very [...]
The old saying that time is on our side feels like a mixed bag of emotions for me. There is so much that I want to accomplish in life, that it can feel overwhelming at times. But on the other hand so many people in business are simply inpatient. Show More Summary
Flint reveals that there is a much deeper contamination poisoning our country's political morals. The mantra of every Koch-headed, right-wing politico is that government should be run like a business, always focused on cutting costs....Show More Summary
With spring training drawing near, we're all mainly excited for the baseball. It's our dear friend, and it's been too long since we last hung out. But don't forget about the business, folks. Spring training always brings us a few last-minute...Show More Summary
The left and right want a revolution, or an end to business as usual. Parties have died before — and could again
In our latest Masters in Business podcast, we speak with Bank america Merrill Lynch’s co-head of global economic research, Ethan Harris. Harris is a history buff, as well as an expert on interest rates and monetary policy. He began his career as a researcher at the NY Fed, eventually rising to chief economist at Lehman Brothers. Show More Summary
Vaclav Volrab/Shutterstock.com Many of us have dreamed of having our own business for years before we actually did anything about it. There are many reasons we allow ourselves to dream for years without actually taking any tangible action: it feels safe, daydreaming is fun, it's a form of escapism, or it gives us hope. Show More Summary
Innovation was the buzzword of the World Economic Forum. Not only was it used by political and business leaders alike. But, also pivotal leaders in the development sector as well. In Geneva, our unique mix of international organizations,...Show More Summary
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn have become almost ubiquitous in our daily lives. The effect is so strong that today it is imperative for businesses to have a social presence. Yet, not all are using the true potential...Show More Summary
It’s one of the world’s biggest businesses, yet it harms the planet and our health. Why do we love meat so much?
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