Cash flow is especially important to the success of your small business. With more complex financial instruments available, the need for cash liquidity has not changed. You need to increase the amount of cash you have in-hand to pay your employees, utilities and suppliers.
Very simply, social psychologists study how people interact with others – their families, friends, and yes, business partners. Smart marketers and executives have been using the findings of this growing field for decades to close sales, hold effective meetings and get their way in negotiations.
We’ve all come across knock-off products, whether in a seedy market abroad or somewhere a lot closer to home. Remembering this, the following 15 products gave us a giggle – in some cases, because we couldn’t believe how awful they are. Yet besides enjoying the… Read More
In today’s economy, it can be pretty tough to make money anywhere, but some intrepid folks are earning money hand over fist online and they’re doing it in some crazy ways. There’s a lot that can be learned from these people, especially if you’re sitting… Read More
It’s that time of year again. To celebrate the feedfest–and unofficial holiday season kickoff–that is Thanksgiving, we’ve compiled a list of 25 Thanksgiving quotes. Take them to the table with you this year: 1. “Got no checkbooks, got no banks. Still I’d like to express… Read More
There are certain jobs that nobody dreams of doing when they grow up. They tend to be the type of jobs that are dirty, dangerous, and sometimes boring and tedious. However, they also tend to be well-paying jobs. Some of these stigmatized jobs actually pay well… Read More
The World Bank’s report issued on November 18, 2012 predicts that a temperature change of just 4 degrees Celsius will trigger a “doomsday scenario.” The report highlighted the urgency to slow the global warming first noted by scientists during the 1980s and has grown to… Read More
President Barack Obama announced on Friday, November 9, 2012 plans for a tax increase of the nation’s wealthy as means to avert a possible fiscal crisis within the U.S. Obama’s intentions include addressing the most imminent issues of the economic situation and federal budget within… Read More
Business can be challenging. Having a successful business career takes skill, dedication, hard work and a degree in business administration certainly doesn’t hurt. The more you learn new information and strategies about being a great business person, the faster you can help advance your career.… Read More
Editor’s Note: This post was inspired by the excellent article 50 People Who Deserve a Nobel Prize. The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was founded in 1968 by distinguished Swedish bank Sveriges Riksbank and was first awarded in 1969. The Prize in Economics, as… Read More
The journal Plos One has published the results of a study conducted by Royal Botanic Gardens and Coffee Forest Forum found that climate change threatening global coffee production. As the second most traded commodity in the world, coffee – particularly Wild Arabica and Robusta varieties… Read More
President Barack Obama “Best is yet to come” for the next four years as the reelected leader of the U.S. offered during his victory speech offered early on Wednesday, November 7, 2012. In the speech, he stated “We have picked ourselves up, we have fought… Read More
As New York City scrambles to recover from the massive mess of Hurricane Sandy’s wake, trading has been tremendously low on Wall Street. Although the New York Stock Exchange reopened Wednesday afternoon following a historic two day shutdown, its recovery may slow. As Manhattan and… Read More