The economy has recovered, and many businesses are making more money than they ever have. Technology has led to increases in production, and increased consumption has led to more orders, but there is one aspect of every business that is intangible and is not impacted by the economy, the quality of their leadership. Businesses need… Read More

Plenty of changes in Sunday’s bracket after an eventful Saturday. Let’s start at the top. Virginia moves to the No. 1 line after topping North Carolina and due to Oklahoma’s loss to Texas. Maryland lost a tough one at Purdue and drops, partly because of the loss, but mostly because Utah moves up after a big win vs. Arizona.
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“Spotlight” is basking in the golden glow of Oscar. “Mad Max: Fury Road” may have won more honors at the 88th Academy Awards, leading all films with six. “The Revenant” won some major prizes, including the first Oscar for actor Leonardo DiCaprio. But when the last award of the evening was read, it was the… Read More

Many talented natural born leaders who possess multiple skills can give companies or enterprises an advantage over its competitors. However, for various reasons, when these key team players depart, gaps in the company structure should be calculable. It is imperative for companies to maintain strong governance. Missing links can be the difference between success and… Read More

The CAPCO program was designed to help states invest in the economy to create high wage jobs. High wage jobs are produced by companies that are performing well, and the economy starts to improve when these states have enough jobs to support the upper classes.… Read More

Planning for succession in the boardroom is the most important of the way that a company is run. People will change jobs often, but there must be a plan for succession that has been compiled for the company. The plan for succession is going to help the company have something ready to go within days… Read More

Maine is a great place for people to go when they want to see rocky coasts and great sites. The state was pivotal in the revolution, and there is a ton of history in every city. The state as a whole is a nice place to be, but it is not as advanced as other… Read More

The complaint filed in Washington State Superior Court marks the latest effort by the online powerhouse to crack down on fraud on its site. In April, Amazon sued several sites that offered to produce reviews.… Read More

Texas is part of the twenty percent of states in the U.S. of America to implement CAPCO programs. Texas Certified Capital Company Program was organized in 2001 to help boost venture capital for the sole purpose of booming new jobs in small rural towns and urban cities. The effort of the programs is to generate… Read More