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Protecting your Internet domain name (access required)

Guess who owns the Internet domain name microsoftsucks.com? Not Microsoft. Guess who owns applesucks.com? Not Apple. According to a WHOIS lookup performed at domain name registrar fabulous.com on April 2, the registrant of microsoftsucks.com is an entity named “Secaucus Group, ...

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Hemp presents an opportunity for Idaho (access required)

Humankind has come a long way in its evolutionary path towards awareness. However, its views on cannabis hemp are still a somewhat touchy subject in the 21st century. 80-year laws governing the plant are being challenged – globally – every ...

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With flexible hours, employers come out ahead (access required)

My husband and I depend on two incomes. After we found out we were expecting a baby in 2012, there was no way for us to change that reality. Plus, I need to work. I knew I wanted to be ...

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You’re in a lawsuit. Now what? (access required)

Construction contracting is an adversarial process. Three principal players, multiple contractual relationships and profit motives can and often do lead to conflicts. These conflicts generally center around money, time and scope. The advent of alternative delivery methods, increased focus on ...

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It’s time to get serious about fraud prevention (access required)

I’m sure you’ve heard of the largest data breach in American history, the data breach of the medical group, Anthem. This breach alone compromised at least 80 million records including Social Security numbers to the underworld of cybercrime. If that ...

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Column: Hyper-modern changes constantly alter our lives (access required)

You spoon that 5.3-ounce container of Greek yogurt while watching a Major League Soccer match on television and multi-task by following the game on Twitter, maybe even clicking a photo off with your Smartphone and posting it on Facebook with ...

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Labor shortages call for creative solutions (access required)

The construction industry still is recovering from the fallout of the recession, and it’s showing in labor shortages. When the recession hit, many laborers were sidelined by the shortage of work. Not only did some of those skilled workers move ...

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Carve out some time for business succession planning (access required)

For many small business owners, the daily challenges of managing employees, monitoring finances, keeping customers happy, and watching for new opportunities for growth are all-consuming. Too few owners spend quality time contemplating a painful reality: at some point, the owner ...

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Content marketing is about showing who you are (access required)

Content marketing isn’t new, but if you’re not doing it yet, you’re missing out. The Content Marketing Institute defines content marketing as “the marketing and business process for creating and distributing relevant and valuable content to attract, acquire, and engage ...

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Simple steps to spur participation in a 401 (k) (access required)

The transition from pension plans to defined contribution plans has effectively transferred the investment and longevity risk in retirement from employers to individuals. Defined contribution plans, like the 401(k), are flexible and often give participants full power over the investment ...

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