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Mathew Heggem

What can CEOs learn from choreographers? It starts with fire

The act of making dance — just like the act of building a business — has to start with a fire. It’s hard work that requires discipline, dedication and perseverance. And, simply put, both artists and entrepreneurs understand wholeheartedly that you cannot create greatness without that fuel.

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Suzanne Shank

Suzanne Shank is building Siebert Brandford Shank & Co. into Wall Street’s next municipal finance powerhouse

As CEO of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co. LLC (SBSCO), Suzanne Shank has been one of the most prominent African-American women on Wall Street for many years, although she was not well known outside her playing field of municipal finance. Now that Shank is chairwoman and majority owner of the company, she’s raising her visibility while accelerating the firm’s growth.

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Marc Kramer

How Wil Reynolds got Seer Interactive on the first page of SEO consulting firms

Over the years, Wil Reynolds has gone from not being able to find a suitable opportunity in the field that interested him, to building Seer Interactive, a fast-growing, 110-employee business with Fortune 500 clients.

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Larry Alton

Now is the time to get ready for these business intelligence shifts

The world of business intelligence is changing, dramatically and quickly, and if you aren’t prepared for it, your business stands to suffer in terms of lost potential and competitive footing.

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Melania Trump

Melania Trump and her speechwriter: What to do when trusted employees make big mistakes?

When it became clear that parts of Melania Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention were almost identical to a 2008 Michelle Obama speech, the Trump campaign faced a barrage of media criticism. On July 20, long-time Trump Organization employee Meredith McIver issued a statement taking the blame. All of which raises the question: When a usually solid employee takes a major stumble, what should you do?

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Pokemon Go

How can you make the Pokémon Go craze work for your business?

Welcome to the post-Pokémon Go economy. Seemingly out of nowhere, the augmented-reality app is taking over cities worldwide. The implications for the future of gaming are potentially tremendous, but what about other industries? Can you leverage the app to promote your own brand?

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Recalls

Amid a spate of recent recalls, how can you make sure it doesn’t happen to you?

This month has seen a flurry of recalls and fatal accidents involving consumer products, including the tragic death of actor Anton Yelchin, the first fatal accident involving a self-driving car, and a recall of IKEA dressers that were prone to tipping over onto small children. Are you ticking all the boxes to make sure your product isn’t the next one in the headlines?

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Brexit

What’s next with Brexit, and can the decision still be reversed?

The British electorate’s decision to leave the European Union continues to send shockwaves through the global economy, with little clarity as to what the next few years will bring. Resisting EU pressure to get on with the divorce, UK leaders have so far declined to initiate exit proceedings.

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