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What Companies Can Learn From Taylor Swift's Backlash Against Apple
Building relationships is always worth the money it costs you.
How Subway Can Recover From the Jared Controversy (VIDEO)
The fast-food chain announced that the two parties decided to suspend their relationship.
Girl Scouts Raise $250,000 After Rejecting Donor Who Didn't Want Funds to Go to Transgender Scouts
The Western Washington state chapter of the youth organization has piggy-backed on growing awareness and acceptance of what it means to be transgender.
Why You Should Choose Your Words Wisely
The words you think, the words you write, the words you sing, the words you dream all come together to write the story of your life -- and how others perceive you.
10 Straightforward Techniques That Can Boost Your Personal Credibility
Personal credibility is not simply created out of nothing. It is cultivated over time. Here's how.
Can You Guess Which Chain Restaurants Have the Best Reputations?
Leading the pack is a popular fast-casual chain, according to a recent survey.
Obama's Ex-Press Secretary Is Now Working at McDonald's
McDonald's wants to be seen as a 'modern, progressive burger company' with the help of Robert Gibbs.
12 Things Successful People Never Reveal About Themselves at Work
Revealing the wrong things about yourself can have a devastating effect on your career.
Tom Brady, 'Deflategate' and the Lesson for Business Leaders
The unfolding scandal of under-inflated footballs and a Super Bowl played on a very cold day is a sobering reminder that reputations are frail and not easily restored.
Hedge Fund Mogul: Warren Buffett Is a 'Hypocrite'
Daniel Loeb is known in investment circles for his sharp tongue and top returns
6 Things to Expect From McDonald's Secret Turnaround Plan
The company is cooking up a recipe for a financial turnaround and will reveal it on May 4.
5 Ways to Take Control Over Your Startup's Public Image
One bad email, one poorly pitched product or one awkward meeting is all it takes to go from hero to zero in your network's eyes.
Why Businesses Should Think Twice About Getting Involved in Political Issues
Especially over social media.
The Price Is Right: Turning a Profit in the Event Planning Business
Learn how to set prices that are high enough to keep your profitable but not high enough to scare away prospective customers.
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