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For all the partisan squabbling in this bizarre election year, a consensus has emerged in one important area: The U.S. corporate-tax system is broken. No matter who wins on Nov. 8, there's surprising agreement that change is coming. To get … more
Rhode Island's college-savings 529 plan has changed. How does it look? In 2015, Rhode Island selected a new investment firm and program administrator to run the state's college-savings 529 plan. The transition was completed in July 2016. … more
Lucy, the constant critic of Charlie Brown in the comic strip "Peanuts," is one of my favorite characters because she always says exactly what is on her mind. Peeved at Charlie, she told him in one strip: "You are a foul ball in the line … more
Four psychiatrists shared a hotel suite at a convention. Talking one night, one of them said, "You know, people are always telling us their troubles, but we have no one to talk to about our problems." Another psychiatrist agreed. "Let's … more
When Britain played the role of petulant child and ran away from its EU home, a wave of terror rippled through the U.S. business community as it continued to make overseas corporate travel plans, seemingly in the midst of what appeared to be an … more
Why are salespeople great? What makes salespeople successful? What characteristics make up a sales superstar? Wouldn't you like to know the answer to these questions? So would every salesperson. So would every sales … more
Athletes and actors have long hired coaches to help prepare for a specific competition or role. But they aren't the only ones who can benefit from expert advice. Coaches are available to help people in any field improve their game. If you … more
Even a small sales force costs more than most small or midsize businesses spend annually on marketing. Optimize yours and make it a marketing channel that efficiently drives new business and grows revenue. Business owners often squirm in … more
For several years, the media has had a field day reporting data breach after data breach. In turn, big corporations such as Target, Home Depot and Sony have scrambled to put a crisis communication plan in place, as well as dole out millions of … more
Watching the Olympic trials for long-distance-running events, I was again struck by how little margin there is for error in making the U.S. team. Athletes who had trained for years lost by fractions of seconds. The winners go to Rio for the Summer … more
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