11 Travel Tips – Save Money, Prevent against Cyber Theft, Fraud

The most vulnerable travelers are businesspeople. That’s because they have to use Internet and e-mail. They’re in danger expressly from vulnerabilities, such as from wirelessly accessible passports to using WIFI.

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20 Warning Signs You’re Under-Performing as a Manager

There are indeed 20 warning signs that managers are underperforming. Managers can often struggle whether they’re new or even if they’re experienced. Poor management, of course, leads to poor performance. As red flags, underperforming managers share one of two common traits with their ineffective employees. Such managers aren’t fully aware of their shortcomings. Even if they are aware of deficiencies, they’re afraid to admit it.

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How Northwest Partnership Led to Solutions for High Jet Fuel Costs

In news coverage about the airline industry, there are countless worldwide news reports about the plight of most airlines suffering from high fuel costs. So, it’s about airline jobs, and commerce – enhanced aviation service for businesspeople and consumers — as fuel expenses constitute as much as 30 percent of an airline’s operational costs.

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11 Tips to Make Money on Facebook

Depending on your type of business, the jury might still be out over whether Facebook can you help you make money by making the cash register ring. But some advertisers are increasingly investing in Facebook.

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Legal War on Wall Street Chicanery Isn’t Finished

Why New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating Wall Street.

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3 Dangers for Small Business — Study

More than 50 percent of small businesses report facing three dangers – tax regulations, healthcare costs and poor disaster planning.

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Study: 10 Best Career Options for College Grads

A study by University of California San Diego Extension details the best career options for grads. According to the school, here are the top 10.

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Marketing Checklist to Measure Your Brand’s Personality

Here are two key questions about your marketing: 1. How much have you invested in your brand and personality? 2. How’s it working? These are important questions. However, many companies – large, medium and small – can’t accurately answer the questions.

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HR: Power Your Brand with Employee Empowerment

Are you investing in marketing, but not getting the anticipated return on your investment? If you’re disappointed by your ROI, remember marketing may or may not be the problem. Why? Consider there are two basic reasons for poor profits — again, that’s profits not revenue.

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Successfully Launch a Business Startup in 6 Steps

Entrepreneurs launch their small business with big ideas. Certainly, the business and the owner are synonymous – everything is based on the person’s personality. At the minimum, there are six key questions to ask yourself before you start.

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