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The WSJ/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey shows that confidence in the economy rose slightly to 99.9 in the April 2016 survey, just above the 98.9 Read More
I’ve been told I sometimes sound suspicious of government agencies.
But consider this: most state human rights commissions and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Read More
There are just a few key reasons why Medicare has become inordinately expensive. There is no end in sight for cost escalation. But there are Read More
Is there a good solution to the Medicare cost and quality issues? Setting aside either the Democrats’ approach to basically enact price controls by ratcheting Read More
What Payton Manning, the Seattle Seahawks, and the C-Suite have in Common
Normally I would share a horse or cowboy analogy, but if you’ve read Read More
What can you do to address the unemployment and underemployment of today’s young people?
Study after study show that young people are not getting the Read More
The Republicans’ proposals for Medicare are quite different than the Democrats’ in that they begin with fundamental structural changes that will convert Medicare from a Read More
If you want to make the next 12 months more successful, more profitable, and more productive than the last 12 months, these 10 strategies are Read More
The season of eggnog and ugly sweater parties is here… threatening to slow momentum for even the most dedicated and business minded among us. To Read More
Things get busier as the year grows shorter.
But is busier really better?
This holiday season, slow down and take time to reflect on what Read More
As you head into 2014, be mindful of trends in sales and business development that can help your team to stand out from the competition. Read More
The 50th anniversary this week of John Kennedy’s death is a solemn reminder of his legacy.
Regardless of what you think of the man Read More
Every year, Fast Company reveals its list of the world’s most innovative companies of the year. With the topic of innovation front and center, Read More
The Republicans’ proposals for the Medicare fix are quite different than the Democrats’. The Republicans begin with fundamental structural changes that will convert Medicare from Read More
Dodd-Frank Conflict Minerals (DFCM) is an SEC rule intended to reduce financial support for rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by improving transparency Read More
Mary Kay Ash launched her cosmetics business 50 years ago this month, using her life savings of $5,000 to start her company in a 500-square Read More
If you manufacture or sell a product that contains anything with metal in it, you’ve probably received a questionnaire about “conflict minerals”. You may have Read More
Medicare is complicated. It’s also expensive to government and individuals. It’s not simple but can be understood. My last post was the beginning of a Read More
Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech.
MLK’s speech – originally entitled “Normalcy, Never Again” – Read More
Not only did the U.S. economy generate 236,000 new jobs in February, sectors such as construction have found new found strength. While Read More
Damage from Hurricane Sandy is far from fully tallied but a disaster-modeling firm, Eqecat, estimates that total economic damage from Hurricane Sandy could reach as Read More
Conduct a simple Google News search and compare results for “Small Business 2012 Presidential Election” with the same search for 2008. You’ll discover data that Read More
You would have to be living under a rock not to have heard about the grass roots effort to capture Joseph Kony of the Lord’s Read More
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