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You need to take your event online. Now what do you do? (access required)

As the global community grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, events that were once considered mainstays have been canceled, rescheduled or moved to a virtual format. Now that many regional stay-at-home orders are being lifted, where does that leave the events ...

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Small business survival strategies in the new normal

“Change is the only constant in life,” asserted ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus. While we can understand this intellectually, our emotional reactions to change can be very powerful — and sometimes paralyzing. These four strategies can help your small business remain relevant and profitable ...

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New guidelines help provide roadmap for health care facilities resuming elective/non-urgent procedures

After nearly two months of rolling shutdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across all industries are preparing or beginning to resume operations in ways that prioritize the health and safety of the public and their workforce. Following the ...

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Are online value estimates harmful?

CHARLOTTE, NC — Reader Question: There is substantial information available on the web, the library, magazines and newspapers regarding home values. I’m not sure what to believe, or not believe, as the sources of the information can be vague, conflicting ...

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Remote work raises risk of loss of intellectual property rights

Many are working remotely due to COVID-19, but this precaution could actually increase the risk that your company loses potential intellectual property rights. As professionals turn to LinkedIn, Facebook, Skype, Zoom and other popular tools to reach clients and prospects, ...

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