During volatile times, many investors get agitated and begin to question their fundamental investment decisions and choices.

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August 22, 2019

From Seth Waugh, Associate Vice President-Government Relations, National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW)

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From Aeon

Like today’s social networks, where work and social life are increasingly mixed, the workplace becomes not an exception to workers’ personal tastes, but another expression of it. READ MORE

From Fast Company

You don't need to be a graphic designer to add clear, comprehensible images to your talk. READ MORE

From Success

The key is to look beyond the sale and focus on what you can do to be better, different and ahead of the game. READ MORE

From Search Engine Land

Take a close look at the nexus of B2B business models and the primary function and benefits of social media. By understanding where these two most effectively connect, it becomes easier to see where marketers can invest their time to get the best results in B2B social campaigns. READ MORE

From SmarterTravel

Passport changes are coming, and if you plan on traveling in the future—especially if you’re among the 49 million Americans whose passports will expire in the next few years—you need to know what passport changes are in store. READ MORE

From SmarterTravel

When it comes to traveling abroad, there’s a lot more to it than just buying a plane ticket. READ MORE

From Social Media Today

It turns out that neuroscience can come in very handy when putting together a marketing campaign - the next time you’re choosing whether your marketing campaign is better served by a collection of blogs posts, an infographic, or an online quiz, look no further than the human brain for your answer. Read More

From Fast Company

Don't be afraid to ask, "Why does it have to be that way?" Read More

From Entrepreneur

Improving ROI is a matter of ensuring your work efforts end in tangible results. Read More

From Inc.

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Steel prices likely will experience a boost in the wake of U.S. International Trade Commission rulings in recent trade cases that favor the domestic steel industry. Read More

From Credit Management Association

If you’re a contractor who’s been stiffed, or a supplier left holding the bag, the idea of taking legal action around the concept of a mechanics lien might sound complicated and expensive. Actually, it isn’t at all hard to file a mechanics lien. Read More

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From Lawrence Heim, Elm Sustainability Partners

Conflict minerals information requests from customers increasingly include cobalt.  While cobalt is not an official conflict mineral, and the basis for the recent public attention is not the funding of armed groups, it is nonetheless being included in conflict minerals CMRT requests.

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By Paul Reilly

Here’s a familiar scenario…

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From Entrepreneur

Competition and opportunity increase as technology travels across the globe in milliseconds. Read More

By Tom Reilly

Cheap prices seduce and delude. They scream as Sirens to price-sensitive shoppers and delude them into believing they are getting great deals because of the cheap prices. Cheap prices do not equate to great deals. Consider this:

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From Dave Merrifield, WayPoint Analytics

Contrast Jeff Bezos' competitive beliefs with yours for some competitive insights. Read more

From Brown, Smith, Wallace

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) recently released its 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse. A key statistic is unchanged from the last report, issued in 2014: the typical organization loses 5% of revenue annually due to fraud. The association also reports that a lack of internal controls is the main organizational weakness of occupational fraud victims. Click here to read more