Business And Economy

twc on February 19th, 2011

As you may know, federal law protects job seekers and employees who are  40 years old and older. This protection falls under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).  As a job seeker, it can be very hard to prove age discrimination. A savvy employer knows how to run a recruitment and selection process that […]


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90-95 percent of new business started as a LeadJen appointment One of the challenges start-up companies face is convincing outside investors to take a chance on them.  Without a history of strong sales or a long list of satisfied customers, most start-ups must rely on market statistics that show there is a need for their […]


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dgupta5150 on November 16th, 2010

Visit and see it …share it….live it… it! Anna – what is Show My Property? What do you do? Well, If you’re an Real Estate Agent looking for a smarter, sexier way to market your top properties  – or if you’re looking to buy your dream home but haven’t got time for endless time-consuming […]


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dgupta5150 on September 28th, 2010

The current economy is creating many “accidental” entrepreneurs. For some people, this is the push they’ve needed to pursue the dream of setting up their own company.  But, whether you’re an accidental or on-purpose entrepreneur, moving ahead without enough information can lead to some big mistakes early on.  Besides potentially being costly, these mistakes can […]


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Ken Huang Ken Huang started his entrepreneurial career when he co-founded a company that offers innovative online research tools called Webnotes. Having graduated from MIT, the tech bug was in his blood and tea was on his mind as he entered his second venture, a tea shop in Cambridge, MA — Leisure Station — that […]


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dgupta5150 on September 10th, 2010

An event is like DNA, each one has its own genetic code and no two are alike. That is one of the things I love most about creating and planning events. The Event Company designs events with creativity that is purposeful to shape and build meaningful and relevant experiences; no detail is unimportant as it […]


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