Gold Bond Worldwide, Hixson, Tenn., is participating in the AmazonSmile program, which gives shoppers an automatic way to donate to a charity.
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Last week, Inc. published its annual Inc. 5000 list, a list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. As we have reported in previous years, a number of industry suppliers and distributors made the ranks. This year, we counted 42 promotional products companies among the 5,000.
Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), Irving, Texas, announced on Aug. 12, during its North American Leadership Conference in Nashville, it will induct Steve Slagle, CAE, former president and CEO of PPAI, into its Hall of Fame.
Mistakes are inevitable. Not only are they an essential part of being an adult, they are responsible for some of the most brilliant inventions known to mankind. When you find yourself facing the occasional slip-up and experiencing some failures at work, instead of getting frustrated, let this lift you up taller and help make you a better person. Here are some of the ways you can turn workplace failures into character-building learning experiences.
Clothes shop TK Maxx has withdrawn an "offensive" T-shirt from its stores after complaints that it pokes fun at the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
What does it really take to be successful? I think I have an answer. That’s a bold claim, I know. But I can back it up. Hear me out.
Prior to the turn of events now known as Deflategate, Tom Brady’s mass-market image was one-dimensional, carefully airbrushed, and squeaky clean. But what about the Tom Terrific who has been tarnished by accusations of cheating?
Moved by the death of Cecil the lion at the hands of a trophy hunter, an Austin, Texas-based artist has designed an eco-friendly tote bag bearing the Zimbabwean lion’s likeness and will be donating a portion of proceeds from the bag's sales to benefit wildlife conservation.
EK Ekcessories, Logan, Utah, announced that Apple Inc. has granted a compatibility license for use of the iPhone, iPod and iPad icons for the iCat line of lanyards and leashes.