Featured #1

Your Commercial Real Estate Lease — 11 Negotiating Tips

Depending on your locale, commercial real estate is either readily available or hard to find. Either way, it requires due diligence and skills to negotiate the best commercial real-estate lease.

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Featured #2

6 Rules to Keep Your Pipeline Full for Continuous Sales

  It doesn’t matter what type of business you have. Even if your sales are great today, there will come a time when sales will crawl to a halt unless you take precautionary measures to keep your sales pipeline full. Yep, that’s right. Never take sales for granted... [Read more...]

Featured #3

Travel — How to Avoid Foreign Currency-Exchange Fees

  When traveling abroad for vacation or business, foreign currency-exchange fees can get costly for thrifty-minded people. There are steps you can take to avoid extra fees in exchanging currency. The pitfalls to avoid range from using airport exchange tables to using credit... [Read more...]

Featured #4

4 Strategies for CEOs to Win Their Cyber Security Tug of War

  The cyber security tug of war is never ending even though chief executive officers and board members now get the importance of protecting their companies’ information assets. They’ve learned to fear cyber-security threats because they could lose their jobs. If this... [Read more...]

Featured #5

Management/HR – How to Increase Profits via Employee Turnover

  As cost centers, human resources have opportunities to shine whenever they act as profit centers. And employee turnover presents opportunities for companies to make money. Yes, that’s right. Employee turnover can help you make money retention. Let’s examine why by... [Read more...]

Featured #6

Social Media: Tips for Nonprofits to Capture Fundraising Dollars

  Social media has leveled the playing field for small nonprofits competing with large nonprofits in looking for dollars. Formerly, big charities had the advantage because of their efficiency, reputation and size. However, Facebook, Kickstart, Razoo and Twitter have changed... [Read more...]

Planning

Your Commercial Real Estate Lease — 11 Negotiating Tips

Depending on your locale, commercial real estate is either readily available or hard to find. Either way, it requires due diligence and skills to negotiate the best commercial real-estate lease.

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Marketing / Sales

6 Rules to Keep Your Pipeline Full for Continuous Sales

It doesn’t matter what type of business you have. Even if your sales are great today, there will come a time when sales will crawl to a halt unless you take precautionary measures to keep your sales pipeline full.

[Read more...]



Wall Street

How Twitter Levels the Playing Field for Small Cap Companies

  Good news for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs who are known to kvetch that that their companies fall below the radar screen of Wall Street analysts and the media. It’s widely known that mainstream media coverage seems to favor large companies over small ones. It’s a valid concern. (Disclosure: Every weekday, this portal’s business video page [...]

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Operations

Minimizing Liability and Managing an OSHA Inspection

Government is making it harder and harder to run a business. Many business owners dread onerous government regulations, including from OSHA.

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Finance

Your Commercial Real Estate Lease — 11 Negotiating Tips

Depending on your locale, commercial real estate is either readily available or hard to find. Either way, it requires due diligence and skills to negotiate the best commercial real-estate lease.

[Read more...]


Human Resources

Management/HR – How to Increase Profits via Employee Turnover

As cost centers, human resources have opportunities to shine whenever they act as profit centers. And employee turnover presents opportunities for companies to make money.

[Read more...]


Tech

4 Strategies for CEOs to Win Their Cyber Security Tug of War

The cyber security tug of war is never ending even though chief executive officers and board members now get the importance of protecting their companies’ information assets. They’ve learned to fear cyber-security threats because they could lose their jobs. If this is all true, why then are there incessant, worldwide cyber attacks?

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Public Policy

Minimizing Liability and Managing an OSHA Inspection

Government is making it harder and harder to run a business. Many business owners dread onerous government regulations, including from OSHA.

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