Election 2016

Social Media

Why the Election Proves There's Room for Both Facebook and Twitter

The 2016 election season has shed light on how Americans engage in conversation about politics.
Election 2016

The Surprising Election Issues Working Families Care About Most

These concerns come before covering health expenses and college tuition, according to a survey by online parenting community Fatherly.
Minimum Wage

Contrary to Perception, Small Businesses Do Back a Minimum-Wage Increase

An activist from the small business community makes the case for today's ballot initiatives in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and Washington State.
Election 2016

Election Stress in Your Office? 8 Answers to Employers' Most Important Questions

Do employees have an absolute right to discuss the election where you work?
Business Management

3 Ways to Maintain Harmony While Discussing Politics at Work

Generations of workers avoided discussing politics at work but ubiquitous social media has undone that custom
Small Businesses

The Presidential Candidates' Takes on Business Issues (Infographic)

A look at their key positions ahead of Election Day.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk on Trump Presidency: 'I Don't Think He's the Right Guy'

However, when asked if political risk was a threat to Tesla's business model, Musk said he doesn't expect much impact.
Election 2016

The Frightening Potential of Hackers Disrupting the Ballot

The cybersecurity worries of private business pale compared to the potential of hackers undermining trust in an accurate vote count.
Storytelling

The November Election Could Depend on Which Candidate Masters This Sales Strategy

Stories hold the power to connect with people and motivate them to become engaged voters.
Election 2016

Why Do We Believe Presidents Have Power Over the Economy?

There is no correlation between presidents and the economic status of the U.S.
Facebook

Facebook Now Lets You Officially Endorse a Presidential Candidate

This latest move is another example of what the social network has recently described as 'a broader effort designed to get more people engaged in the civic process.'
Entertainment

Howard Stern's Surprising Reaction to the Donald Trump Controversy

Returning to the airwaves, the 'King of All Media' addressed the 'discovered' tapes of Trump's appearances on his show.
Election 2016

Election-Year Email Troubles Are a Warning for Business Leaders

For business leaders, the harsh reality is that the email hacking is not a headache just for politicians.
Business Taxes

5 Trump vs. Clinton Business Tax Plan Comparisons

Which presidential candidate's tax plan would be best for your business?
Small Business Growth

Resilient Small Businesses Will Do Fine Whoever Is President Next

Small business owners could always use a friend in the White House but they will continue to succeed whoever is elected President.