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Check out the restrooms first, says columnist

You could learn a lot from a restaurant on how to run your business and sales team. Those lessons would show both “how to” and “how not to” do the job. When I’m asked to consult a business or start ...

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2010 promises to be an exciting (investment) year

The battle of growth versus value investing rages on in 2010. Growth stocks represent companies whose better-than-average earnings gains raise the expectation they’ll continue to deliver high profit growth. Value stocks are out-of-favor stocks considered bargains based on their book ...

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The new normal goes beyond real estate collapse

The crisis that almost collapsed the financial system, the markets and the economy was a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us. The effect was not only monetary, but psychological. Shifts in attitudes about money, financial independence, retirement, leverage and consumption ...

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Employers: Take the Time Now to Review Employment Classifications

Many employment law attorneys and human resource professionals believe that under the Obama Administration wage and hour claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) will receive more attention and will be pursued more aggressively than under the Bush Administration. ...

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