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9 Ways Amazing Leaders Demonstrate Real Authenticity
October 1, 2014 From Inc.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to live a truly authentic life? To have the respect of your family and co-workers, to be well liked, to be trusted by all, to make your work and home life a better place to be, and maybe even leave the world a better place when...
 
Proforma Global Sourcing Acquires The Embroidery House
October 1, 2014 From News
Proforma Global Sourcing announced that it has acquired The Embroidery House, a promotional marketing company specializing in safety programs.
 
Polyconcept North America Launches New Web Platform
October 1, 2014 From News
Polyconcept North America announced today that it has launched a brand new platform for its corporate websites that will make searching and sharing products easier.
 
DC Comics Receives Criticism Over T-Shirts
October 1, 2014 From News

DC Comics has drawn criticism over two T-shirts that critics say display sexist themes. The shirts have received a strong reaction from critics who say the shirts belittle women

 

 
U.S. Companies Added 213,000 Jobs in September—A Sign of Hiring Rebound
October 1, 2014 From Fox Business
U.S. businesses continued hiring at a solid pace in September, according to a private survey. The result marks the sixth straight month of solid gains. Payroll processer ADP says private employers added 213,000 jobs last month, up slightly from 202,000 in August. Job gains above 200,000 are usually enough to...
 
5 Simple and Fresh Ways to Market Your Small Business
October 1, 2014 From Business 2 Community
Did you know that some of the most successful businesses started small in a garage? In fact, giants like Amazon and Apple were started in single-car garages and grew to become the largest in their industries because their owners chose the right types of marketing. As a small-business owner, you...
 
How Your 'Always Busy' Pace Is Ruining Your Decision-making
September 30, 2014 From Fast Company
We are expected to make big decisions at lightning speeds, reply to email within seconds of receiving it, and churn out responses to disasters faster than social media followers can spread it.

As we speed through the day, checking items off our to-do list, we assume we're being uber-productive....
 
When to Give Business Gifts and Who to Give Them to
September 30, 2014 From Small Business Trends
You don't have to wait for the holidays to send out business gifts. There are several different groups of people that might warrant gift-giving. But if you're wondering when to give business gifts and who to give them to, a general rule of thumb is to send gifts to the...
 
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In Memoriam: Robert Brockschmidt, Competitive Edge Promotions
September 30, 2014 From News
Robert Brockschmidt, past president of Competitive Edge Promotions, Cincinnati, passed away from pancreatic cancer on Sept. 17, 2014. He was 67.
 
Superex Expands Home Safety Category
September 30, 2014 From News
Superex Promotional Products, Toronto, recently announced that it has expanded its Home Safety category with the addition of Kidde safety products. The new items include several fire safety products for use at home.
 
California Becomes First State to Ban Plastic Bags
September 30, 2014 From ABC News
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed legislation imposing the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags, driven to action by a buildup of litter and damage to aquatic ecosystems. A national coalition of plastic bag manufacturers immediately said it would seek a voter referendum to repeal the law, which is...
 
Feds Raid L.A. Apparel Wholesalers in Drug Cartel Money-laundering Scheme
September 30, 2014 From News
Earlier this month, 1,000 law enforcement agents raided the Los Angeles Fashion District. The target: dozens of apparel companies, including several wholesalers, suspected in a Mexican drug cartel money-laundering scheme.
 
After One Product Recall, Fitbit Faces a New Safety Inquiry
September 29, 2014 From The New York Times
Fitbit, the popular maker of activity-monitoring wristbands, ran into trouble earlier this year after some consumers complained of severe skin irritations from the Fitbit Force. Soon, it will learn what the government has to say about another Fitbit product, the Flex. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the government agency in charge...
 
Amazon Takes a Big Step Toward Finally Making Its Own Deliveries
September 29, 2014 From Wired
This past Christmas, when delivery delays left many Santas empty-handed, Amazon’s biggest vulnerability was exposed: It doesn’t control the last, most important step. Amazon is brilliant at getting orders out its own doors, but with rare exceptions, it relies on third parties—mainly UPS and FedEx—to get those orders onto the doorsteps...
 
3 Customers to Avoid Whenever Possible
September 29, 2014 From Inc.
Most of the time, customers are (obviously) a good thing to have, even though some can be difficult. However, there are three types of customers who are always more bother than they're worth....
 
 
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