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Gary C. Bizzo | |

I've seen plenty of friends leave a good job because of issues with management that could have been prevented. Quality employees who, for one reason or another, called it a day because of poor management or deleterious policies that stifled the employee to the point of resigning is a toxic environment to work.

Most of you know how hard it is to find top employees and keep them. If you include the costs of training and then looking for a replacement the cost in time and labor can be stag...

AP News | |

Global stocks were mostly higher on Thursday though market sentiment appeared fragile as coronavirus contagions remained high in many countries, including the U.S.

Shares in most of Europe rose after indexes in Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong and Australia closed higher. Wall Street futures were down slightly ahead of the open.

U.S. stocks have recovered most of this year’s losses, helping to push up global prices, despite rising numbers of American...

Silvia Davi | |

With the fourth of July holiday upon us, it's great to spotlight stories that represent the true American dream. I first met Buddy Valastro in 2009 when I pursued the Cake Boss for a corporate marketing campaign for Nasdaq and since have been in touch with him on a few projects and have enjoyed seeing him grow. Sharing a passion for creativity, determination and culture, Buddy and I hit it off and bonded over bein...

Gary C. Bizzo | |

The fact that your personal and business reputation is never completely uncontrollable is the same reason that your brand and reputation is trustworthy and valuable. A 2018 study by IPSOS MORI of travel agencies and key trends found that 97% believed a positive imprint online was utmost to the success of their business. On a business trip last year I couldn't find a rental car from the big three. One company I had never heard of had several choices of vehicle on their website that begged the que...

Reuters | |

(Reuters) - As the government issues a second round of aid for small business owners, some U.S. senators, community banking groups and minority-owned banks said they are worried businesses owned by people of color may miss out on receiving much-needed loans. The Small Business Administration (SBA) reopened its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) on Monday for up to $310 billion in loans for businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. But with many lenders carrying a backlo...

Gary C. Bizzo | |

Yes, we are in a war, an invisible one, with the battlefield in hospitals and the warriors embodied by medical personnel. In my world of startups and entrepreneurs, there's another war that exists today with battles hard to see and victims everywhere. For many years business has been compared to two armies going to war. Sun Tzu, the famous fifth and sixth century BC Chinese general, is traditionally credited with The Art of War, a treatise on military strategy that has influenced global thinking. His observations and strategies have been taught in most business schools the world over.

Matt Bird | |

Simon Carkeek, Head of Commercial for FT Live delivers closing remarks on the Traders Network Show, an Equities News original show

Matt Bird | |

Laurel Fitzpatrick, Ken Kencel, Gregory Robbins, Craig Packer, and Mark Liggitt discuss Private Credit on the Traders Network Show, an Equities News original show

Matt Bird | |

Olivier Sarkozy, Julia Kahr, Andrew Ferrer, Eric Liu, and Arjun Thimmaya discuss private equity on the Traders Network Show, an Equities News original show

Matt Bird | |

Gillian Tett, Editor at Large at the Financial Times interviews Mohamed El-Erian, Senior Advisor at Gramercy Funds Management on the Traders Network Show, an Equities News original show