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With Nashville booming, are you ready for the major leagues? – Nashville Business Journal (blog)

With Nashville booming, are you ready for the major leagues?Nashville Business Journal (blog)We profile the people leading the push into Music City for some of these new players in today's issue of our print edition, which kicks off a re-imagined take on Nashville's business news. (As part of our relaunch, the digital edition of our latest … nashville business – Google News  Read More »

Want To Grow Your Business? Grow Your People!…

Want To Grow Your Business? Grow Your People! Part 2ForbesAileron's Professional Management System, a.k.a. DOC System, helps you shift your focus from the day to day to establishing and influencing your long-term direction, aligning the operation to that direction, and establishing controls to ensure success. business – Google News  Read More »

Small Business Center 9/18/2013 – Fox Business

Small Business Center 9/18/2013Fox BusinessAmerican-made underwear, clothing for a cause and making small businesses mobile. Lauren Simonetti and guests discuss. More Info; Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter; Expand Video. Date. Sep 18, 2013. Duration. 19:57. Personalities. Lauren Simonetti.and more » business – Google News  Read More »

Business Roundtable’s issues warning on debt limit but…

Washington Post Business Roundtable's issues warning on debt limit but says it won't pick sidesWashington PostOn Wednesday morning, one of the most influential business groups in Washington warned that a drawn-out confrontation over the nation's debt would harm the economy and stall hiring, and that it must be avoided. What happened over the next few hours …Obama Enlisting... 

GoDaddy Adds Twitter Functionality to Small Business Set-Up…

GoDaddy Adds Twitter Functionality to Small Business Set-Up PlanMashableNoting that 85% of its small business customers don't have a Twitter account, GoDaddy has partnered with Twitter to let such customers quickly set up a profile page. The Twitter functionality, available starting Wednesday, is now part of GoDaddy's … business – Google News  Read More »

The ‘Coase Theorem’ and Big Business – New…

The 'Coase Theorem' and Big BusinessNew York Times (blog)Big businesses, especially those with large shares of the markets in which they sell, are sometimes thought to harm the economy because they sell to customers with little fear of competition from other sellers. Big businesses charge too much, the … business – Google News  Read More »

Obama asks leaders to push Congress to raise…

Obama asks leaders to push Congress to raise debt limitReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama appealed to business leaders on Wednesday to urge Congress to approve an increase in the U.S. debt limit without any conditions attached and avoid a default that is possible as early as mid-October. business – Google News  Read More »

How Rob Hale’s Granite Telecommunications Turns Legacy Landlines…

How Rob Hale's Granite Telecommunications Turns Legacy Landlines Into a …ForbesConventional wisdom holds that the old copper wire, landline phone business is a dying market. Don't tell that to Robert Hale Jr. His Granite Telecommunications is a high-growth business. In the 11 years since Rob started Granite with his father, Robert T. business – Google News  Read More »

Salaries for College Business Grads Surge – Businessweek

Salaries for College Business Grads SurgeBusinessweekCollege business majors have a reason to smile. With the improving economy increasing demand for college graduates, new research shows that average salaries for business majors increased 7.9 percent this year, the biggest increase among all academic … business – Google News  Read More »

Focus on What Works, Forget the Rest, And…

Focus on What Works, Forget the Rest, And Watch Your Business GrowForbesMost people in business know about the 80-20 rule, or Pareto's Principle. You know, the one that says that 80 percent of your revenue comes from 20 percent of your clients, or that 80 percent of your problems come from 20 percent of your customers. business – Google News  Read More »
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