Running a business is very risky. In fact, an estimated 49% of businesses fail within their first five years and approximately 30% of businesses don’t even make it through the first two years.
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Americans remain overwhelmingly anxious about the nation’s trajectory, they see their own personal lot improving.
The real reason Salesforce is complaining to regulators about the Microsoft-Linkedin deal
Why do people leave teams and organizations?
It’s no secret that people often dread the performance review process at work. But what’s driving that fear and loathing?
Americans have at least one clear advantage over the Chinese. We’re much better at branding.
Walmart is famously the world’s largest employer among publicly traded corporations, yet it pays very low employee wages.
When it comes to saving for retirement, most American workers are not only falling short, they don’t even know how behind they are. What’s more disturbing, research shows that savings trends are getting worse, despite a decades-long push to enroll workers in 401(k)s and other employer plans.
State and local pension plans are underfunded, in many cases dramatically. Enough so that, in the next decade, many states will have to cut benefits or services, raise taxes, or receive some form of a bailout. Matt Taibbi’s latest in Rolling Stone blames the situation on a convenient villain — Wall Street.