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Corporate Culture – Values Alignment is the Foundation

While many of the most effective corporate cultures have a grassroots element that incorporates the thoughts and ideas of the individuals on the front lines (which is a crucial element in building a strong culture), allowing a culture to be nurtured and developed always starts at the top: i.e. with the CEO and senior leadership. […]

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Why the 99 Percent Keeps Losing

Our current political situation is unprecedented. The vast majority of Americans keep falling behind economically because of changes in society’s ground rules, while the rich get even richer — yet this situation doesn’t translate into a winning politics. If anything, the right keeps gaining and the wealthy keep pulling away. How can this possibly be? […]

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5 Essential Steps For Tackling Your Income Taxes

Every year around this time, millions of Americans are focused on filing their tax returns. For those who haven’t filed before, the process and forms can seem daunting. Even for those of us who have been filing for years, the topic of taxes can cause anxiety. What records do I need to keep from last […]

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How Technology Is Revolutionizing the Franchise World

If franchises aren’t stepping up their tech game, they’re missing out. Entrepreneur

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Qualities Your Next Mentor Should Have

What does every mentor need? Our panel of experts explains. Entrepreneur

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How to Brand Your Home-Based Business

        Launch Your Brand Online Without Losing Your Money or Your Mind By Karen Saunders A great idea can hit you anywhere. It can wake you at 2:00 a.m., so compelling that you jump out of bed, put on a pot of coffee, and begin outlining your business plan. Remember, though, in […]

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The Water Crisis Creates A Gender Rights Problem. Here’s Who Solving It

Globally, women and girls in developing countries spend an estimated 200 million hours every single day just collecting water in areas where potable water isn’t available locally. It’s an arduous task that leads to debilitating injuries, yet the chore falls on the heads of women and children in 76 percent of households surveyed, according to […]

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EMV: What Small Merchants Need to Know

As the U.S. shifts toward government-mandated EMV credit card chips, here’s what small businesses need to know about the technology behind it. BusinessNewsDaily.com

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Volunteering, living abroad: 6 retirees share their stories

Whether it’s moving to a small coffee plantation in Costa Rica or volunteering at national parks, these six retirees are living the way they want. Here’s how they got there. Retirement advice and news – CNNMoney.com

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50 Most Common Job Interview Questions

A list of the 50 most common interview questions for 2015 will give you a head start on your next job interview. BusinessNewsDaily.com

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