Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Survival Guide

Advice you can use in your business and career

Workplace Politics

Executive coach Carol S. Morrison waxes etymological when asked about workplace politics. The definition of politics in the dictionary is something of a pejorative term, she says. If you...

The New Tax Act

The voluminous Taxpayers Relief Act of 1997, passed by Congress in late July and signed into law by Bill Clinton, is being hailed as a boon to families, students,...

Home Business Write-Off

It used to be that if you did your book work at home but worked professionally elsewhere (like in a hospital), you wouldn't get a tax deduction. But starting...

Secret Service For Business

The legend goes that Abe Lincoln's last act as President of the United States was to unknowingly start an agency that would eventually protect Presidents from the fate he...

Family Business Tips

When it comes to teaching family business Rutgers University sees things a little differently from the rest of the world: It considers family business to be more of a...

Move Over CD-ROM; Here Comes DVD

DVD (digital video disk) has been hovering on the horizon of multimedia for some time, but its time may be at hand. I think a year...

Barcode Versus Petty Stamps

The post office is inexorably edging every business to use bar codes, says Phil Ballai of Pitney Bowes, and he predicts that the gap between the cost of barcoded...

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PSO Conductor Grooves and Streams Online

Nell Flanders, Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s new assistant conductor, sets the tempo for reaching future music lovers.

The Fall of Icarus