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A slow economy doesn't have to spell trouble. There are always new ways to move forward.
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Frazzled employees are no good for business. Stop their stress before it starts.
Here's why one entrepreneur hired on an HR person to take care of overtime pay.
Being acquired can be a very good thing for your business.
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Ellyn Schoen sees obscene displays of wealth every day as founder of Baby J Catering, a New York City catering company that serves wealthy clients in Manhattan, the Hamptons and Greenwich, Connecticut.
Get your employees taking chances and learning from their experiences.
Is your industry in big trouble? Don't despair--just look for new ways to grow.
Business is good, but it could be better. So get out of that rut and take it to the next level--here's how.