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    Another Politician Charged With Corruption, And It’s Your Reputation That’s Hurting by Danielle Beurteaux
    Published on April 09, 2015
    Another political scandal errupted recently: Robert Menendez, a Democratic senator for New Jersey, was indicted on federal corruption charges of accepting payment for favors. For his part, Menendez says his relationship with this particular long-time supporter is well within the bounds of friendship and no illegal acts occurred. Whatever…
  • 5 Employee Productivity Tools For Startups
    5 Employee Productivity Tools For Startups by Robert Cordray
    Published on February 19, 2015
    The announcement last month that Target Canada is closing 133 stores – leaving over 17,000 employees without jobs – serves as a sobering reminder that no business, no matter how big or well funded, is guaranteed success. For new business startups it’s critical for…

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