Category Archives: Business Management

Marrying great restaurants and great deals

By Rhonda Campbell Annually restaurants in the United States generate more than $665 billion in sales, according to the National Restaurant Association (NRA). A good portion of this revenue comes from entrepreneurs and senior business leaders, people who understand the … Continue reading

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Temper tent disaster relief purposes

By Rhonda Campbell Recent storms, including a rash of tornadoes, that hit the Southern part of the United States stress how critical it is to be adequately prepared for a disaster. Wait until a disaster, natural or human made, occurs … Continue reading

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Regain customer trust after your worst mistake

By Rhonda Campbell If you had a blueprint, clearly outlining each decision you should make in your personal and professional lives and when, then making mistakes might deserve strong criticisms. After all, you consciously knew exactly what to do and … Continue reading

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Gene therapy for the blind

By Rhonda Campbell You don’t have to have lost total ability to see in order to be blind. In fact, the National Federation of the Blind says that blindness exist if a person’s “sight is bad enough—even with corrective lenses—that … Continue reading

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Math skills yield capital gains

By Rhonda Campbell If you use more of your left brain than your right, there’s a good chance that you are good at math. Reason for that is that the left side of the brain is used to perform logical … Continue reading

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JCPenney on the ropes

By Rhonda Campbell People born after the 1980s might not remember how powerful a retailer JCPenney was. During the 1970s, it wasn’t Wal-Mart that was a fierce leader in the retail industry. Instead, it was department stores like Sears, K-Mart … Continue reading

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Gearing up for Black Friday

By Charles Dundley Best Buy, Macy’s, Toys R Us and JC Penney are retailers that are starting Black Friday a day early. These retailers will open their doors to Black Friday shoppers on the evening of Thanksgiving Day. The fact … Continue reading

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