California is a $5 billion cannabis market, but it is allowing black market sales to fool consumers and excessively taxing entrepreneurs. If the state does not address these issues, cannabis companies will take business to other states. » Read More
By: Zoe Cunningham, managing director of Softwire
Lifestyle perks are common in a competitive market for talent, but one office freebie that technology company Softwire found to be a big success was a surprise to its own executives: a library for its employees and unlimited book purchases. » Read More
By: Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network
When it comes to innovation and a company staying competitive into the future, employers highly value ideas from their workers, a new survey from YPO finds. » Read More
Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of staffing agency LaSalle Network, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the hiring trends he's seeing in the industry and what he expects from the May jobs report. » Read More
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