Banks Have Credibility Issue with Wealthy Women, Study

More than half of wealthy women are frustrated with financial services of their banks, according to a study. Here’s Why.

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How to Alleviate Business Uncertainty in Washington State

Washington state is comparatively healthy. But don’t tell that to most employers. Here’s a summary of what’s needed to brighten their outlook.

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Why Bank Woes Provide Lessons for All Companies Seeking Growth

Many banks have customer loyalty issues. In fact, banks need new approaches because they are only satisfying 21 percent of their medium-sized business customers, according to new marketing research by TNS. Actually, the challenges faced by banks in trying to grow include principles that are applicable to all business sectors that want opportunities for growth.

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Optimize for Bing to Achieve 33.5% More Reach on Internet

Yahoo and Bing combine for a 33.5 percent U.S. market share. If you haven’t already, start optimizing your Web site for Bing. Here’s how.

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To Increase Profits: How and Why to Align Marketing with Sales

If marketing isn’t synchronized with sales, a company doesn’t enjoy optimized profits. So why is it so many companies don’t align their marketing with sales? Here is how and why to align marketing with sales for higher profits.

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Diverse Age Differences at Work Mean Return to Status Quo in Attitudes – Robert Half Study

Despite the 21st century’s widespread age differences in the workplace, at least one thing hasn’t changed – many attitudes of workers are similar.

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HR Management: Which Employees Are Most-Likely to Quit?

If you need help in retaining talent, an HR study contends there is a way to determine how to anticipate which employees are likely to leave, according to an article in CFODailyNews.com. The study by eePulse, Inc, the HR software company, contends there are four criteria of employees who are most likely to quit.

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Big Surprise in Washington State Race for U.S. Senator

A new Rasmussen poll indicates a three-time incumbent senator might be in trouble. Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) continues to slide in popularity. A two-time unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate, Dino Rossi, and a former National Football League star turned-farmer, Clint Didier, now hold narrow leads in the Senate race.

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Tax Increases Will Cost Washington Businesses, Consumers $6.7 Billion Next 10 Years

The well-documented lack of transparency and suspension of voters’ rights by Washington state lawmakers in the 2010 legislative session will soak taxpayers an additional $6.7 billion over the next 10 years, according to a new study by the Washington Policy Center (WPC).

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How CEOs and Boards Can Prevent Cyber-Security Threats

CEOs finally started to deal with cyber-security threats, but only after they learned failure to act will cost them their jobs. Plus, here’s a comprehensive infographic examining security threats to business plus the top-10 best practice guidelines to prevent cybercrime.

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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.