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Fortune
Tata Sons' Chairman Plans to Fix India’s Biggest CompanyChandra) led a hectic life consumed by long work hours, innumerable client meet
Fortune / Posted 3 hours ago
Chandra) led a hectic life consumed by long work hours, innumerable client meetings, and constant travel. But his doctor minced no words. “He said to me, ‘You’re an intelligent man. Don’t be stupid about your health,’ ” Chandra recalls. “ ‘You... Read more
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The Morning Call
Rodale using Emmaus real estate to keep lenders at bayWith a possible sale of the company on the horizon, Rodale Inc. is relying on t
The Morning Call / Posted 4 hours ago
With a possible sale of the company on the horizon, Rodale Inc. is relying on the value of its Emmaus real estate and magazine titles to keep lenders at bay. In late May, a few weeks before the private publishing company announced it was considering... Read more
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Business Wire
Insightly CEO: “Now is the Time to Build Lifelong Customer Relationships”lifelong customer relationships, believes that customer relationship management
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
lifelong customer relationships, believes that customer relationship management (CRM) is entering a new era. With an increasing number of purchasing alternatives and lower than ever switching costs, customers will abandon businesses in an... Read more
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Daily Mirror
First £2m, then £17m, and now £27m - the price of one shyster's investment shams has been getting steadily worsein 2008 when he was banned from running UK companies for eight years after the
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
in 2008 when he was banned from running UK companies for eight years after the collapse of his Branded Leisure plc, a health foods and beauty treatments venture that cost investors around £2 million. Next came a scheme that took almost... Read more
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Investopedia
12 Tips for Retiring with Just $50K Net Worth“Save as much as you can in there until it hurts. Build this nest egg as fast a
Investopedia / Posted 9 days ago
“Save as much as you can in there until it hurts. Build this nest egg as fast as you can and also get a slight tax benefit since it’s pretax dollars you are contributing,” says Cassandra Toroian, president and chief investment officer, Bell Rock... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Greensburg residents split on airport expansionto fit FAA design standards." In order to do so, the civil engineers of BF&S r
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 18 days ago
to fit FAA design standards." In order to do so, the civil engineers of BF&S researched and reviewed a total of five alternatives. They were: Alternative 1: No action Alternative 2: Replace and realign the runway Alternative 3: Improve and... Read more
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ajc.com
Popular cancer pill goes generic, so why haven’t patients' costs gone down?9:00 a.m. Sunday, July 2, 2017Atlanta health, diet and fitness news Donald Jon
ajc.com / Posted 19 days ago
9:00 a.m. Sunday, July 2, 2017Atlanta health, diet and fitness news Donald Jones used to pay at least $500 a month for a brand-name drug, Gleevec, that's kept his leukemia at bay for five years. Lately, he's been paying almost as much for a generic... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Popular cancer pill goes generic, yet patients’ costs stay highof the same pill. It’s not supposed to work that way. For decades in the U.S.,
Bangor Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
of the same pill. It’s not supposed to work that way. For decades in the U.S., generic drugs have been cheap, effective alternatives to expensive brand-name treatments. That’s changing with drugs like Gleevec, Novartis AG’s household-name cancer... Read more
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Swissinfo
Popular Cancer Pill Goes Generic, Yet Patients' Costs Stay Highof the same pill. It’s not supposed to work that way. For decades in the U.S.,
Swissinfo / Posted 21 days ago
of the same pill. It’s not supposed to work that way. For decades in the U.S., generic drugs have been cheap, effective alternatives to expensive brand-name treatments. That’s changing with drugs like Gleevec, Novartis AG’s household-name cancer... Read more
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Greenwich Time
This Entrepreneur's Secret for Going From Bartender to 7-Figures a Yearthe right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to
Greenwich Time / Posted 26 days ago
the right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to price high, you need to show the rest of the world that you are an expert, a thought-leader, and one of the best in your field. You must cultivate your brand by... Read more
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The News-Times
This Entrepreneur's Secret for Going From Bartender to 7-Figures a Yearthe right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to
The News-Times / Posted 26 days ago
the right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to price high, you need to show the rest of the world that you are an expert, a thought-leader, and one of the best in your field. You must cultivate your brand by... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This Entrepreneur's Secret for Going From Bartender to 7-Figures a Yearthe right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to
Stamford Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
the right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to price high, you need to show the rest of the world that you are an expert, a thought-leader, and one of the best in your field. You must cultivate your brand by... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This Entrepreneur's Secret for Going From Bartender to 7-Figures a Yearthe right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to
Connecticut Post / Posted 26 days ago
the right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to price high, you need to show the rest of the world that you are an expert, a thought-leader, and one of the best in your field. You must cultivate your brand by... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
This Entrepreneur's Secret for Going From Bartender to 7-Figures a Yearthe right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 26 days ago
the right demographics. The ad must be properly planned though. If you want to price high, you need to show the rest of the world that you are an expert, a thought-leader, and one of the best in your field. You must cultivate your brand by... Read more
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The Morning Call
Former Rodale executive in play to purchase publishing giantEMMAUS — The corporate chess game to determine the fate of Rodale Inc. could in
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
EMMAUS — The corporate chess game to determine the fate of Rodale Inc. could include one of its former executives. David Zinczenko, a Lehigh Valley native who worked more than two decades at Rodale, on Friday confirmed a media report that he is... Read more
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New York Post
Rodale may be eyeing saleRodale, the family-owned company that publishes Men’s Health, Women’s Health an
New York Post / Posted 29 days ago
Rodale, the family-owned company that publishes Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World, has put itself in play. The magazine giant said Wednesday it has retained investment banker Allen & Co. to “explore a range of potential strategic... Read more
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The Morning Call
If Rodale is sold, Emmaus could see 'devastating' impactA potential sale of Rodale Inc., one of the Lehigh Valley's oldest and most wel
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
A potential sale of Rodale Inc., one of the Lehigh Valley's oldest and most well-known companies, came as a shock to officials in Emmaus, where about 450 employees work at the publishing empire's headquarters. Emmaus Borough Manager Shane Pepe said... Read more
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Reuters
Men's Health magazine publisher Rodale explores strategic reviewSAN FRANCISCO Rodale Inc, a privately held media company known for publishing m
Reuters / Posted 29 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO Rodale Inc, a privately held media company known for publishing magazines such as Men's Health and Runner's World said on Wednesday that its board of directors had decided to explore strategic alternatives, including a potential sale of... Read more
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The Morning Call
Sale of Rodale could have 'devastating' impact on Emmaus BoroughA potential sale of Rodale Inc., one of the Lehigh Valley's oldest and most wel
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
A potential sale of Rodale Inc., one of the Lehigh Valley's oldest and most well-known companies, came as a shock to officials in Emmaus, where about 450 employees work at the magazine publishing empire's headquarters. Emmaus Borough Manager Shane... Read more
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The Morning Call
Rodale considering sale of the companyRecent upheaval at Rodale Inc., which has called the Lehigh Valley home for 75
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
Recent upheaval at Rodale Inc., which has called the Lehigh Valley home for 75 years, may culminate in the sale of the company. The private Emmaus publishing firm announced Wednesday that its board of directors has begun exploring "potential... Read more
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Daily Mail
Whole Foods employees fear layoffs and drones after Amazon's buyout'I've heard that Amazon's culture is really cutthroat. That worries me.' The o
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
'I've heard that Amazon's culture is really cutthroat. That worries me.' The online store announced plans to acquire the health food chain on Friday, saying it would play $42 a share in an all-cash transaction - a $9 premium on the $33 a share... Read more
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