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The authors write in their new book why trust and confidence in the stock market has been shattered in the past few years.
Many people have left careers in finance and found fulfillment with others, and many say their background gave them an edge in a new venture.
The Great Recession has changed forever the way government will operate in the future. School districts, public colleges and state agencies are launching all types of revenue-generating initiatives. Public officials are increasingly reaching out to private sector partners for capital, expertise and professional services - but should they?
The author of "Conversation Transformation" offers some tips on how to stand firm - even when you have that sinking feeling.
Bad bosses are a lot like toddlers — from the tantrums to being demanding, stubborn and self-centered. One workplace experts suggests the best way to deal with them is treating them like a toddler. And no, that doesn't mean giving them a time out. You know what? Just for thinking that, give yourself a time out! Then, when you're ready to listen, read these tips.
What the world needs now, says this author is more great cause marketing.
By the time of Pearl Harbor, America’s war production effort was approaching that of Hitler’s Germany. By the end of 1943 it was bigger than that of Germany, Britain, and the Soviet Union combined. This book tells the story of how American business produced the victory.
When a company is among the best in its sector, it becomes harder to detect potential flaws – not because of complacency but because processes and systems appear to be working well.
May's jobs report is a devastating number for the American economy, and a catastrophic number for Obama’s re-election hopes. All momentum on jobs and the economy has evaporated.
The author of "Sleeping with Your Smartphone" found through her research that when team members work together to make sure they take discrete units of “predictable time off” not only do the individuals benefit - but so do their organization.
It’s that time again — Big Jobs Friday. Of course, we turn to the great Zoltar Fortune Telling Machine of the economy — the Internet — to read the cards.
Ice-breakers can help—or backfire.
Retired military veterans, Mark and Dawn Kelly, have looked embarked on a franchising opportunity through TeamLogic IT to start a business after ending their service.
A shortage in technical skills is affecting global productivity and could hamper recovery and growth prospects in crisis-hit Europe, David Arkless, President of Corporate and Government Affairs at employment agency Manpower said on Tuesday.
Hundreds of thousands of out-of-work Americans are receiving their final unemployment checks sooner than they expected, even though Congress renewed extended benefits until the end of the year, the NYT reports.
For the long-term unemployed, it’s time to start thinking outside of the box and looking for jobs that are obscure, unheard-of or otherwise out of the ordinary.
The author of ‘No Slack’ asks, "Shouldn’t we make it easier for households to save?"
The financial services industry appears to be in a permanent state of turmoil, with damaging headlines appearing almost daily. So perhaps it’s not surprising that for the first time ever, not one financial services firm is among the top 20 Best Companies for Leadership.
For every Michael Jordan, there are dozens who have just a brief moment in the sun. Read ahead to see athletes who faded away after their 15 minutes of fame.
The author says, thriving in the midst of today’s frenetic pace of change requires a new set of approaches and tools.