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WGN Radio Chicago
Dennis Rodkin, Steve Goldstein, Ian Sherr, and Joe Buonavolanto IIIJoe Buonavolanto III of Buona Beef joins Steve to talk about why you should mix
Dennis Rodkin, Steve Goldstein, Ian Sherr, and Joe Buonavolanto III
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 7 days ago
Joe Buonavolanto III of Buona Beef joins Steve to talk about why you should mix up your Super Bowl snacks this year. Joe Buonavolanto III of Buona Beef joins Steve to talk about why you should mix up your Super Bowl snacks this year. Chase the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Entrepreneurial Education Revolution - an Imperative for Sustainable Development in NigeriaNigeria faces a number of challenges that can only be met if it has innovative,
Entrepreneurial Education Revolution - an Imperative for Sustainable Development in Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Nigeria faces a number of challenges that can only be met if it has innovative, well-educated, and entrepreneurial citizens who, whatever their walk of life, have the spirit and inquisitiveness to think in new ways, and the courage to meet and adapt... Read more
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Yahoo News
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamas Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and one of his pet alpacas stand in front of Zappos' do
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamas
Yahoo News / Posted 11 days ago
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and one of his pet alpacas stand in front of Zappos' downtown Las Vegas headquarters. About 12 years ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamasAbout 12 years ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh created a set of principles for the m
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamas
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
About 12 years ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh created a set of principles for the multibillion-dollar online shoe and apparel retailer that included "Create fun and a little weirdness." He's truly led by example, and that's one of the reasons why he... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamasAbout 12 years ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh created a set of principles for the m
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamas
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
About 12 years ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh created a set of principles for the multibillion-dollar online shoe and apparel retailer that included "Create fun and a little weirdness." He's truly led by example, and that's one of the reasons why he... Read more
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Business Insider
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamasHe's truly led by example, and that's one of the reasons why he lives in a 240-
Zappos' multimillionaire CEO explains why he lives in a trailer park with his two pet llamas
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
He's truly led by example, and that's one of the reasons why he lives in a 240-square-foot trailer with a couple of alpacas despite having a net worth of "at least $780 million," according to Wealth-X. When Amazon bought Zappos for $1.2 billion in... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Nevada casinos rake in $11.1 billion in 2015Nevada’s nonrestricted casino licensees raked in $11.1 billion in 2015. That i
Nevada casinos rake in $11.1 billion in 2015
Nevada Appeal / Posted 13 days ago
Nevada’s nonrestricted casino licensees raked in $11.1 billion in 2015. That is just under a percent more than casinos won in 2014 and the fifth year-over-year increase in the past six years. One of the largest increases was reported by the Carson... Read more
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Boston Herald
Nevada casinos win $11 billion in 2015, up from 2014 levelsCARSON CITY, Nev. — The house ended up winning about $11.1 billion of all the m
Nevada casinos win $11 billion in 2015, up from 2014 levels
Boston Herald / Posted 13 days ago
CARSON CITY, Nev. — The house ended up winning about $11.1 billion of all the money gambled in Nevada in 2015 — an increase of 1 percent from 2014 but still below Nevada's peak year in 2007. Las Vegas Strip casinos accounted for most of that,... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Fire the bosses: management under attack as office hierarchies disappearCall this the era when managers are under attack. Many are getting fired, but t
Fire the bosses: management under attack as office hierarchies disappear
TheStreet.com / Posted 13 days ago
Call this the era when managers are under attack. Many are getting fired, but there's also a general shake up of the hierarchical structure in offices. The question is why. The other question is: is this managerial wipeout about to go... Read more
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Business Insider
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh reveals what it was like losing 18% of his employees in a radical management experiment — and why it was worth itA few days into the new year, 50 employees quit their jobs at Zappos. That was
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh reveals what it was like losing 18% of his employees in a radical management experiment — and why it was worth it
Business Insider / Posted 14 days ago
A few days into the new year, 50 employees quit their jobs at Zappos. That was OK with CEO Tony Hsieh. It was the deadline for the 150 employees working on an intensive tech project to decide if they wanted to take a severance package or begin... Read more
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Daily Herald
Zappos says 18% of company has left following its radicalA little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal.
Zappos says 18% of company has left following its radical
Daily Herald / Posted 18 days ago
A little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal. If they couldn't get behind the online retailer's radical new management system called "holacracy" -- which doesn't have traditional managers or internal job titles -- he... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Mixed Use Planned for Fremont AreaA partnership is planning a five-story mixed-use in Downtown Las Vegas, as part
Mixed Use Planned for Fremont Area
GlobeSt.com / Posted 22 days ago
A partnership is planning a five-story mixed-use in Downtown Las Vegas, as part of the city's Downtown Project. LAS VEGAS�The Wolff Company has announced a partnership with 901 Fremont, LLC, an affiliate of Downtown Project, with plans to develop a... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
The Zappos Exodus Wasn't About Holacracy, Says Tony HsiehFor the past two years, quirky culture enthusiast and Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh has
The Zappos Exodus Wasn't About Holacracy, Says Tony Hsieh
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 23 days ago
For the past two years, quirky culture enthusiast and Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh has fascinated the business press with his radical experiment in self-governing management. Early on, I did a feature on their so-called "Holacracy" management method (called... Read more
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The Atlantic
A World With No Bosses: Turns Out, Not That GreatThe online shoe retailer Zappos has always stood out for its unconventional hum
A World With No Bosses: Turns Out, Not That Great
The Atlantic / Posted 27 days ago
The online shoe retailer Zappos has always stood out for its unconventional human-resources philosophy. For nearly a decade the company has been making something it calls “The Offer” to new hires—an opportunity to take a $2,000 stipend instead of... Read more
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28d
Newser
Think Workers Want More Freedom and Fewer Bosses at Work? Think Again– People like to complain about their bosses, but maybe bosses are a necessary
Think Workers Want More Freedom and Fewer Bosses at Work? Think Again
Newser / Posted 28 days ago
– People like to complain about their bosses, but maybe bosses are a necessary evil. Back in 2013, online retailer Zappos announced it was getting rid of managers and job titles in favor of a new work culture that sounds, frankly, a little work... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture ProblemIf almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture Problem
Connecticut Post / Posted 28 days ago
If almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you think that's a problem? How about more than a third of people tasked with one of your most vital projects? That's the key question surrounding Zappos, the Amazon-owned... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture ProblemIf almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture Problem
Greenwich Time / Posted 28 days ago
If almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you think that's a problem? How about more than a third of people tasked with one of your most vital projects? That's the key question surrounding Zappos, the Amazon-owned... Read more
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The News-Times
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture ProblemIf almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture Problem
The News-Times / Posted 28 days ago
If almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you think that's a problem? How about more than a third of people tasked with one of your most vital projects? That's the key question surrounding Zappos, the Amazon-owned... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approachA little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal.
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approach
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
A little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal. If they couldn't get behind the online retailer's radical new management system called "holacracy" — which doesn't have traditional managers or internal job titles — he... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture ProblemIf almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture Problem
Stamford Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
If almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you think that's a problem? How about more than a third of people tasked with one of your most vital projects? That's the key question surrounding Zappos, the Amazon-owned... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approachA little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal.
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approach
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
A little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal. If they couldn't get behind the online retailer's radical new management system called "holacracy" -- which doesn't have traditional managers or internal job titles -- he... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experimentRichard Feloni/Business Insider Last March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengt
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experiment
Stamford Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
Richard Feloni/Business Insider Last March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengthy email to the ecommerce company's roughly 1,500 employees. He made them an offer: They had a month to decide if they would rather go all in on Zappos' transition to... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experimentRichard Feloni/Business Insider Last March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengt
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experiment
Connecticut Post / Posted 28 days ago
Richard Feloni/Business Insider Last March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengthy email to the ecommerce company's roughly 1,500 employees. He made them an offer: They had a month to decide if they would rather go all in on Zappos' transition to... Read more
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The Morning Call
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approachA little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal.
Zappos says 18 percent of company has left following its radical 'no bosses' approach
The Morning Call / Posted 28 days ago
A little less than a year ago, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh made his employees a deal. If they couldn't get behind the online retailer's radical new management system called "holacracy" -- which doesn't have traditional managers or internal job titles -- he... Read more
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Business Insider
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experimentLast March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengthy email to the ecommerce company
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh explains why 18% of employees quit during the company's radical management experiment
Business Insider / Posted 28 days ago
Last March, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh sent a lengthy email to the ecommerce company's roughly 1,500 employees. He made them an offer: They had a month to decide if they would rather go all in on Zappos' transition to self-management or take a generous... Read more
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Entrpreneur
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture ProblemIf almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you
The Business World's Cultural Icon Has a Real Culture Problem
Entrpreneur / Posted 28 days ago
If almost one out of every five of your employees left your company, would you think that's a problem? How about more than a third of people tasked with one of your most vital projects? That's the key question surrunding Zappos, the Amazon-owned... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finishedIn April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offe
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finished
Stamford Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
In April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offer to any employee who didn't want to join CEO Tony Hsieh in his "holacracy" self-management experiment. But the relatively small group of engineers and technical types... Read more
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Connecticut Post
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finishedIn April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offe
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finished
Connecticut Post / Posted 29 days ago
In April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offer to any employee who didn't want to join CEO Tony Hsieh in his "holacracy" self-management experiment. But the relatively small group of engineers and technical types... Read more
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Business Insider
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finishedIn April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offe
50 employees left Zappos before an important project was finished
Business Insider / Posted 29 days ago
In April 2015, Amazon subsidiary Zappos made a now-infamous buyout package offer to any employee who didn't want to join CEO Tony Hsieh in his "holacracy" self-management experiment. But the relatively small group of engineers and technical types... Read more
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Quartz
Zappos has now lost 18% of its employees to its radical buyout offer - Quartz SEE YA Last spring, online retailer Zappos gave its employees an ul
Zappos has now lost 18% of its employees to its radical buyout offer
Quartz / Posted 29 days ago
- Quartz SEE YA Last spring, online retailer Zappos gave its employees an ultimatum: adopt the company’s... Read more
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