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Realistic resolutions help rev up 2013

The beginning of the year is a typical time for company officials to revisit business development. What are the revenue goals, and how will they be achieved? There will be full-day retreats and long lists of resolutions, such as pursuing ...

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The return of common courtesy

Once the manic buildup to the holidays ended, the world seemed to move a bit slower, and the people I interacted with seemed more relaxed and courteous than usual. Granted, when you’re engaging in activities over the holidays, you are ...

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What’s your ‘healthy’ marketing strategy for 2013?

What marketing strategies have you been serving up this past season? Now is the time to pick up the slack and exercise your marketing plan. Whether you are just starting off, or if you’ve been around the track a few ...

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The best deal for Idaho and its citizens

We appreciate Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter making a tough, but practical decision the week of Dec. 10 when he chose to develop a state-based health insurance exchange. We respect his determination to get the best deal for Idaho and its ...

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Looming legislative health-care battle

Many people understandably thought the great health-care battle was settled by this year’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on NFIB v. Sebelius, which upheld the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more popularly called Obamacare. Not so. An ...

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Recovery could be just around the corner

Negotiations between President Obama and Congress regarding the fiscal cliff have us all holding our breath over what the economy will do in the coming year. Will protracted posturing and negotiations via the media lead to a solution? And at ...

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What to look for in 2013

At Gallatin Public Affairs, we work at the intersection of business, government, and the media. So as we consider what to expect during 2013, our thoughts naturally turn to the political realm. In Washington, we expect to see Congress finally ...

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The skinny on iPad mini for attorneys

Lawyers reviewing the latest gadget released by Apple – the junior-sized iPad mini – are focusing on its size, shape, weight and usability, elements of what tech-geeks call its “form factor.” The device boasts the same technology and uses as ...

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