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Everyone wins when you invest back into the community

Successful business leaders know financial growth isn’t the only measurement of a company’s prosperity. Investing in people, products and services also plays a significant role in performance and morale.

Co-Founding is a Serious Commitment: Saying goodbye

Four startup veterans share what they’ve learned as entrepreneurs including how to maintain control among co-founders, vetting potential investors and takeaways for breaking up a partnership.

Confessions of an Employment Attorney after Extended Maternity Leave

Many employment law questions must be filtered through the lens of the client’s desired business culture — not just the immediate needs of the business.

Succession planning: What professionals want you to know

For any business owner or CEO, a trusted advisor is a crucial asset in devising an exit strategy and helping you consider all alternatives to a sale. Here's what the professionals want you to know.

CEOs: It’s time to talk turkey

Although it seems implausible that many people would prefer indirect, dishonest conversation, the truth of the matter (perhaps the turkey of the matter?) is that much of the dysfunction in organizations is due to a tendency toward the latter.

Can great leaders be emotional?

If people tag you as emotional, it often coincides with having lack of self-control or being volatile. Juxtaposed, if they think you’re unemotional, it could mean indifferent or cold. None of which are associated with effective leadership.

Succession planning: The rise of the seller tsunami

The seller tsunami will precipitate technological and cultural shifts that will change the small business landscape as we know it and bring with it bright and shiny opportunity. This opportunity will mean a high volume of amazing businesses.

The Wild West of Hiring: What, why and how to measure results

It’s important that we pay attention to both skills and attitude, experience and culture fit, character and personality. A well-defined hiring process based on data and punctuated with personal observation helps us choose the right people.

There is no free lunch: The elimination of trading commissions

Commission-free trading is a positive development, but brokerage firms will still need to make money somehow to stay in business. Investors can save money by not keeping too much cash on the sidelines and negotiating the best margin rate possible.

Succession planning: Top 10 tips for law firms

Transitioning responsibility and planning for succession is critical to the survival of law firms that have a number of senior attorneys headed toward retirement. Follow these tips to remember when completing this phase.

Seniors and Financial Scams: It can happen to anyone

Financial exploitation refers to the misuse or misappropriation of an individual’s money or property. Anyone, regardless of income or level of wealth, can become a victim of this crime.

What can be learned from the implosion of WeWork's IPO

Given the weight of massive and continuously mounting evidence across all asset classes over extended time periods, seeking alpha in the financial markets is a strong form of optimism bias.
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