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For most Americans, this third Thursday of November shuts down just about everything. Other than in commerce and shopping that must continue, most...

Some reading this title will think this is some sort of protest of the notion of Columbus Day. It isn’t. This is simply another note from your...

During our usual onboarding process with new clients, we spend most of our time evaluating their strengths and capacity to advantage the obligations...

Most of the $660 billion that the US federal government spends each year is of course, designated for military defense. But the US federal...

This week closes the recognition of something called National Voter’s Registration Day in America. Now we often present to our readers the question...

In the United States, 40% of all businesses are women-owned. That’s over 12.3 million women-owned businesses generating more than $1.8 trillion a...

Remember those days when co-workers lauded the man or the woman who demonstrated a kind of unbreakable loyalty to the company? That was the employee...

America’s water problems seem to be popping up everywhere. From rivers drying up to the latest debacle in Jackson Mississippi. Tens of thousands of...

Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. It’s true – Google it. Probably not much of a conversation in the workplace or the conference room....

If you have not come across this business story, here it is. If you have not seen the same possibilities as part of your company’s realistic...