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Some students are able to get straight A's and at the same time serve as the president of three clubs and hold a part-time job. Some students struggle to keep their GPA above a 3.0, yet they seem to spend all of their time in the library. Although it...
One of the things that is not talked about enough in entrepreneurial circles is the emotional cost of entrepreneurship. Pouring your heart and soul into founding a startup is particularly stressful. When you consider that nine out of 10 startups fail, that is a lot of soul-crushing heartbreak to...
Global climate change, while being denied by many, is currently being vastly studied by scientists. The increase of extreme fires is just one of many alarming changes to the global landscape. While fire is a natural and even beneficial part of the ecosystem, global warming seems to only be...
The process of matching real and anticipated expenses to revenue is critical to the success of any business. Budgeting is a crucial tool for small, and big business owners to establish if there is enough money to finance its operations, support potential growth and also generate income. In the...
The SBA defines a small business as one that has fewer than 500 employees. According to this definition, there are 28million small businesses in America and out of this, only 6 million employ others. This means that an overwhelming 22 million small businesses are non-employers. With over half of...
The surge in politically-active athletes has been growing over the past few years, highlighted recently by the furor over San Francisco 49ers reserve quarterback Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem. That’s led some other players to follow suit in a number of different ways. When it comes...
Fidel Castro was one of the political giants of the 20th century. Indeed, he was a ‘Great Man’ of politics. However, the greatness of politicians can be easily lost if we look at their careers from where they end rather than from where they began. Cuba in 1959 had been...
Behavioral science is a term that refers to the study of how and why people people make the choices they do. Of particular interest to behavioral sciences is why sometimes those choices are neither healthy nor wise. For this reason, entities ranging from Ivy League universities to the U.S....
The financial sector has faced the biggest number of organized cyber-threats, according to a report by the Digital Identity Network, ThreatMatrix. While analyzing 15 billion transactions in the past 12 months, ThreatMatrix revealed a 40% increase in cyber-attacks on financial institutions. There were 21 million fraud attacks and 45...
With sluggish growth domestically, especially in developed countries such as the United States, most companies are leveraging global business expansion as a crucial strategic pillar. However, a global expansion strategy has its qualms, risks, and obstacles. As an entrepreneur, you may be wondering if growing your business internationally exposes...