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TroopSwap is a full-fledged e-commerce and daily deals site exclusively for veterans, service members and their families. The discount site offers up to 90 percent off on everything from skydiving to legal services, vacations and restaurants.
Snap-on Tools is one of several franchises that have been offering financial discounts and special training for veterans who are looking to transition back to civilian life.
If money was no object, what would you do with the rest of you life? This author says you might discover the richest person is not who has the most, but the one who needs the least.
This author and wife of a successful entrepreneur writes, "The biggest illusion about entrepreneurship is that it is a solo activity."
“Influence” has been one of the most studied aspects of politics, marketing, sociology, and psychology and yet it has never really been measured in a statistically valid way. Until now, says the author of "Return On Influence."
The number of Law School Admission Tests (LSATs) administered has seen the largest decline in more than a decade, reflecting a spreading view that the U.S. legal market is in terrible shape, the New York Times reports.
we began to realize that in life’s new second half—extended by medicine’s miracles, yet filled with unprecedented uncertainties—a bewildering new challenge was staring us in the face
You might shake your head and insist that you don’t procrastinate. After all, you didn’t get to where you are today by being lazy and putting off your work. But the truth is that most people in leadership positions do procrastinate – they just don’t know they’re doing it.
When we think of disruptive technologies like smart phones and web conferencing that have transformed American business, we tend to see the positive. In the classroom, skepticism concerning these types of game changing technologies runs high.
In the wake of the explosive resignation at Goldman Sachs, this author asks, "does anyone on Wall Street really, truly care about the customer anymore?"
Have you ever seen a product or business and thought, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Here we take a look at 10 surprising ideas that have made millions.
The CEO of Coty writes, "Company culture reaches far beyond the boardroom and the break room and into the brands to which your employees are devoting their time. The litmus test for a brand is whether or not it can enrich, enlarge and impact a consumer’s life in a positive way."
The discipline mid-size companies have developed since the financial crisis to maintain and grow cash reserves bodes well for future growth. That’s one takeaway from a new American Express/CFO report, which surveyed 325 senior finance executives about their top financial challenges.
A former Goldman Sachs executive’s vitriolic attack against the firm’s "toxic and destructive" culture is just another blow to the investment bank’s reputation, according to “Cityboy” whistle-blower Geraint Anderson.
Like shifting sands, financial markets are rapidly realigning, and that trend will be the thing to watch Thursday, when inflation data and the latest jobless claims are released.
One 13-year old made enough money at her part-time job to buy her own helicopter. And no, the money didn't come from a lemonade stand or paper route!
As the founder of a new startup you have probably wondered if and when you should begin working with a PR firm.
Do you believe the economic recovery is real and sustainable? Those are really two questions, and we suppose someone will want to parse our definition of “real.”
The auction of $13 billion in 30-year bonds today could be very telling about the direction of rates in the near term.
At work, the split between "actual" and "felt" experience puts communication at risk, just like a bad date.
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Pimco upgraded its assessment on U.S. economic growth, saying it expects expansion to run between 2.5 and 3 percent in 2014.
Construction material costs have been rising so fast it's hard to keep pace, Mohawk CEO Jeffrey Lorberbaum tells CNBC.
Ron Insana is seeing very concrete signs of economic improvement around the US — and that's good news for the market.