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One parent told the owner of Thinking Caps, a tutoring company, that she would not be taken seriously until she raised her prices.
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While still relying on candidate referrals from current employees, companies are embracing LinkedIn and a variety of subscription services for a more broad approach at attracting qualified candidates.
One reason some big Internet retailers charge less is because they are not trying to make a profit — at least not yet.
Critics of the Texas model say corporate relocations have had a microscopic impact on the state’s economy.
Why small business are wasting money on “big” data. How to procrastinate like a boss. The African-American start-up gap. And do you swear at the office?
The Obama administration has tried to reduce appropriations for Score and the small-business development centers for several years, but Congress has blocked those efforts.
Some unemployed parents and their children, who have an entrepreneurial spirit but lack the experience or capital to start a business alone, are deciding to join forces.
I didn’t want to go into debt learning business principles so that I could one day hope to build Fashioning Change; I wanted to build Fashioning Change.
Am I compromising my own financial future for the sake of starry-eyed idealism? Would my approach work in your business?
It’s important to understand the difference between Human Resources Happy and High Performance Happy.