Monthly Archives: June 2015

Tweet Them Right

A question was asked Ted Rubin, one of the Entrepreneur columnists about using Twitter to boost customer loyalty using Twitter, and it bears reposting here: 1. Engage. Don’t just produce content, start a conversation with your customers. Look for what … Continue reading

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Obamacare for Business

Well, it appears that we’re stuck with this albatross for 18 months or so; I’m sure it will be at the top of the ‘repeal and replace’ agenda. But, as businessmen, we have a couple of observations: 1. It appears, … Continue reading

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Alibaba

I happen to like Alibaba, and I like that they’re trying to get more American businesses to list their products (it doesn’t appear that services are allowed) on alibaba.com. But, there’s a big problem, $1395 big. Alibaba has stopped their … Continue reading

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Immigration

Andy Puzder, the CEO of CKE Enterprises had a good political post in the Wall Street Journal this morning on the need for the Republicans to get going on immigration, and we couldn’t agree more. Mr. Puzder probably has good … Continue reading

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Diversity?

There have been quite a few articles about hiring a diverse workforce lately, but the articles have overlooked one salient fact: quality people may or may not be diverse. Minorities may not have the educational background you need. As a … Continue reading

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