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30
Dec,2018

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 Sears, once America’s most iconic retailer, could face liquidation. Sears, once the largest retailer in the world, could be forced to liquidate. Here’s how it got there.   The century-old department-store chain has until 4 p.m. ET to secure a bid for the company, without which it faces closing down completely. Sears chairman Edward Lampert and […]

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26
Dec,2018

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An organization’s place of business is where their customers evaluate and ultimately receive your product or service. While this may not matter much for people who work virtually, or who run a business that drop-ships from a third party, it’s critical for restaurants, retailers, and many service businesses. Ironically, while “place” is often the most […]

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11
Aug,2018

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Turkey is mired in one of the worst currency routs in emerging-market history, with few signs of how it will end. The lira fell as much as 17 percent Friday, capping the biggest slump since the country’s banking crisis in 2001, and is down nearly 30 percent since President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was returned to […]

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24
May,2018

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  Small businesses innovation This may sound unbelievable, but small businesses are actually better suited to be more innovative than a larger organization. Small businesses can execute ideas more quickly and pivot easier than enterprise level companies. They don’t have to spend months or years evaluating new ideas. Smaller businesses don’t have to clear every microscopic […]

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10
May,2018

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Short of finding a non-traditional investor, a willingness to rethink your restaurant idea into a different concept can also help you get started. By starting out small with a food truck or self-catering company, you can demonstrate to the banks, investors, and the world at large that you’re serious about food and have what it […]

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