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Report: Advanced Bookings suggest Strong Summer Season

From HotelNewsNow.com: Hoteliers gear up for busy summer<p>If early indications ring true, it’s going to be a busy summer for hotels across the U.S. as …

It's Becoming Increasingly Difficult To Fake A Great Corporate Culture

Corporate culture is becoming increasingly important in the war for talent and retention at companies of all types around the world. Corporate culture is the personality of a company and it can't be faked. Through social networks, review sites and word-of-mouth, a company's culture is revealed. If …

Consumers are the drivers of the industry and we need to get over it!

I can’t tell you the number of times I have had a conversation with someone in the real estate industry where they tell me that the consumer is NOT …

A Photographer Rediscovers The Crumbling Remains Of Tatooine

A photographer finds abandoned sets used in the Star Wars films crumbling in the desert.<p>In <i>Star Wars</i> (or <i>Episode IV</i> if you want to be like <i>that</i>), Luke Skywalker spends the first 15 minutes whining about his misfortune for having been born on Tatooine. He can’t go to Beggar’s Canyon to shoot womp rats …

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Tesla : Consumer Reports' best car ever tested

Consumer Reports is calling the Tesla Model S the best car it has ever tested. The Model S, an all-electric plug-in car, earned a score of 99 out of a possible 100 in the magazine's tests.<p>The score would have been higher but for the fact that the all-electric car does need to stop and recharge …

The Future Of Investing And The Great Social Shift [Infographic]

A few weeks back the SEC (The Securities and Exchange Commission) ruled that public companies were now free to release their important information …