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Can you sell your company for top dollar?

Can you sell your company for top dollar? I can’t. My company, Valtrend, is highly dependent upon my personal efforts – right now anyway. Over time, I hope to change that. I know it will take time and effort. I ...

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Growth expected to continue in emerging markets in 2011

DELHI, INDIA – Traffic in India’s capital city is intense. Modestly powered three-wheel “tuk-tuk” taxis compete daily for space on streets crowded with trucks crammed full of passengers, motorcycles with small children sandwiched between their parents, standing-room-only buses and sleek ...

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Commentary: Let’s make a deal is key concept

Phil Hardwick The other day I was talking with a CEO who had moved his rather large business (over 200 employees) from downtown to the suburbs. There were many factors involved, he said, but the thing that made the decision ...

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Stop! Don’t slash your training budget

As the last few days of 2010 melted away with holiday cheer and parties, many of us were hard at work on, or had already completed, our 2011 budgets. As public and private company managers, we have held mandatory staff ...

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BYP: Entering our 5th year stronger than ever!

Scott Graime With the New Year just around the corner, it’s important for the Boise Young Professionals (BYP) to reflect on our accomplishments of the past with an eye towards making an even greater impact on the Boise Valley in ...

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Growth versus value investing in 2011

Growth versus value investing is shaping up to be a horse race in 2011. While growth stocks had maintained the lead throughout much of 2010, the performance margin between the two narrowed later in the year. Growth stocks represent companies ...

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