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Ireland Heads Forbes' List Of The Best Countries For Business

Three years ago, European governments and the International Monetary Fund sent Ireland a $113 billion (85 billion euro) bailout package to support the country’s budgetary needs and prop up the Irish banking system. The loan came after the Irish economy was devastated by the Great Recession. The …

Somewhere in these 950 pages may be the trick to prevent future financial crises

A year past deadline, three years after the passage of financial reform, and five years since the crisis, the so-called Volcker rule is settled and is expected to be carved into stone—or printed on 950 pages of paper—on December 10.<p>The rule, a last minute insertion into the Dodd-Frank financial …

Finance

This Is What The Store Of The Future Could Look Like

Retail stores are quickly adapting to modern advances like smartphones.<p>This awesome graphic by Canada-based PROFIT Magazine shows what a retail transaction might look like in the near future.<p>The graphic, designed by Remie Geoffroi, accompanies Deborah Aarts' piece on the store of the future.<p>The …

eCommerce

Wall Street Economist Predicts Exactly How Stocks Will Move In The First Half Hour After The Jobs Release

Jones doesn't stop at a prediction for how many payrolls were created in November, though. He also predicts exactly how markets will move immediately following the release.<p>"The SG forecast is below consensus and a marginal negative intraday impact for risky assets is expected if the SG forecast …

Markets

7 of the Hardest People to Lead

Someone once asked me, “Who has been the most difficult person you’ve had to lead?” It’s a great reflection question. You learn a lot about yourself …

Networks and Structural Change

<i>“Ultimately if we are to avoid failure in the most critical work of this century, the deepest reaches of our beings must be brought to bear in</i> …

When You Wear Your Emotions at Work

Well before he had written a word about management, Peter Drucker learned just how high people’s passions can run at the office.<p>It was the early …

5 Must-Know Public Speaking Tips for Introverts

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>An email arrives inviting you to speak in front of a group of business leaders, and you panic. You have lots to say and important information to share, but you aren't comfortable speaking in front of large groups. Sound familiar? You're …

Public Speaking

How to Be a Better Boss

Step one: ask employees if they would recommend you as a manager.<p>“Most managers have a remarkably narrow or ill-thought-out understanding of how …

5 Strange Success Strategies

Unorthodox—but proven—ways to boost productivity<p>Pay attention, managers: Group the Johns with the Jennifers. The quality of a team’s work improves if its members share the same initials, suggests a new study from the University of Wisconsin.<p>Your name forms a big part of your “self-concept.” And so …

Instead Of Trying To Time The Market, Investors Should Just Rebalance Their Portfolios

<b>This Is A Great Time For Investors To Rebalance Their Portfolios</b><b>(Morningstar)</b><p>After the run up in stocks this year, many are expecting a correction. But investors shouldn't try and time the market, says Christine Benz at Morningstar. Instead, they should consider rebalancing their portfolios and …

Investing

Yahoo Acquires And Shuts Down Startup Ptch

Terms were not disclosed.<p>Ptch's mobile video app was launched about a year ago and let users remix their videos with effects and music, reports TechCrunch's Matthew Panzarino.<p>The project was the brainchild of Dreamworks CTO Ed Leonard, who left Dreamworks to become the startup's CEO, using an old …

Dreamworks

Sun Tzu's The Art of War, Illustrated (Chapter 2: Waging War)

<b><br>Chapter 2: Waging War</b><p>1. Sun Tzu said: In the operations of war, where there are in the field a thousand swift chariots, as many heavy chariots, and a hundred thousand mail-clad soldiers, with provisions enough to carry them a thousand li, the expenditure at home and at the front, including …

Five Critical Team Members For Business Success

You know your customers. You have a killer product to sell. The business plan is set, strategy thoughtfully documented and funds are in place. You’re ready to go to market or even poised for explosive growth. But, are you surrounded by the best possible teammates to make the dream a reality?<p>In my …

3 Simple, Powerful Things Leaders Can Do To Inspire People To Do Great Things

Erika Andersen , Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.<p>Lately I’ve been thinking about the simple things leaders do, or fail to do, that have profound impact on their employees’ perception of them, and on their employees’ commitment and productivity.<p>Then recently I was …

Nine tips for success in the collaboration economy

Last century's management styles no longer ensure success, argues Eric Lowitt. Here's what it takes to prosper in the new collaboration economy<p>Would Jack Welch, who led General Electric for 20 years until his retirement in 2001, succeed as a CEO today? His management style, so often lauded, was …

8 behaviours of Social Leadership

I started exploring the traits of the Social Leader yesterday and wanted to follow up with some further thoughts today. <i>The Social Leader can navigate</i> …

Leadership
Entrepreneurship

7 Traits Of Highly Influential Leaders

Without question, the world of work today runs on social media in some shape or form. It has changed the nature of work, play, friendship, commerce, romance — the list goes on and on. Where to begin?<p>For leaders, social media is an extraordinary tool. It enables new levels of communication and …

8 Things Real Leaders Do to Communicate More Effectively

Photo illustration by Dreamstime.<p>1. Leaders listen<p>Instead of waiting to speak, leaders truly listen to what their employee is saying.<p>In order to …

Leaders Who Never Stop Learning: Six Ways to Keep Growing | Vernal Management Consultants

Leaders in organizations willingly spend large sums of money to assure that the people in their organizations continue to learn new skills, better …

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What Board Directors Really Do in Their Free Time

Much has been written about boards and diversity, especially diversity that is readily perceptible: gender or race, for example. We ourselves have explored gender diversity, in our global surveys of corporate directors, in partnership with WomenCorporateDirectors and Heidrick & Struggles, and in …

Stop Worrying About Making the Right Decision

Much of my work as a coach involves helping people wrestle with an important decision. Some of these decisions feel particularly big because they involve selecting one option to the exclusion of all others when the cost of being “wrong” can be substantial: <i>If I’m at a crossroads in my career, which</i> …

Four characteristics of a "good" leader

Determining what makes a good leader is not always about looking at successful CEOs or politicians. Sometimes, you have to think about what makes a …

8 Strategies to Successfully Change Your Company Culture

Photo by istockphoto.com<p>The current pace of change in business is unprecedented, and many leaders are looking to refine — or even overhaul — their …

The Secret of Highly Engaged and Successful Company Cultures

© Rudie - Fotolia.com<p>Today’s workplaces are fraught with disruptions, interruptions, and setbacks, even for the most successful among us.<p>Companies at …

Learning to Say “No” Is Part of Success

Success* is often built on a reflexive habit of saying “yes” to opportunities that come our way. We’re hungry for any chance to prove ourselves, and when we’re presented with one, we take it, even—or especially—if it seems daunting. (A lesson I learned years ago was to say yes to opportunities that …

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