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    How To Have Work-Life Balance By Commuting Less To Work

    The concept of work-life balance has been discussed again and again in modern parlance; chiefly because it touches on the need for people to combine two infinitesimal components of their lives: work and everything else e.g. raising a family, taking care of health, a side hustle etc. While it might seem like an employer shouldn’t… Keep Reading…

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    10 Best Time Management Apps

    Time management is an essential skill to master if your business wishes to accomplish its goals within, if not earlier, in the timeframe you’ve established. While freelancing and remote working opportunities have literally exploded in modern times, with great power comes great responsibility, they say, and the onus is on us to ensure we use… Keep Reading…

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    Cell Tower Lease – A beginner’s guide

    This guide will explore those factors so you can make the most informed decision. After all, having a cell tower on your property may probably last decades. Are you a landowner looking to have a cell tower built on their property? Perhaps you currently have one and considering a cell tower lease buyout.  Whatever the… Keep Reading…

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    6 Advantages of Using a Third Party Logistics Service for Your Shipping

    Several myths give the outsourcing industries a bad rap, with third-party logistics (3PL) being no exception. Those who buy into them believe that outsourcing a business process like shipping is usually expensive, unpredictable, and unreliable. However, as a consequence of not considering 3PL, entrepreneurs may be destined to bite off more than they can chew…. Keep Reading…

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    DoD Suppliers Will Need to be Prepared for Cybersecurity Audits in 2020

    All DoD Suppliers that want to work with the Department of Defense (DoD) will eventually need to be ‘cybersecurity certified’ after the DoD publishes the official version of CMMC in January 2020.  Known as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, CMMC makes it compulsory for contractors to adhere to the NIST 800-171 standards (with a few… Keep Reading…

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    Best CRM Software For Your Company

    If you’re in the market for a customer relations management (CRM) system for your company, you have many options to choose from, but it can be a frustrating experience sorting through all the choices to find the right one for you. Choosing the best one depends on the size of your company, what types of products or… Keep Reading…

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    Jean Boustani Found Not Guilty of All Charges

    Jean Boustani, a Lebanese salesman in the shipbuilding industry, was found not guilty by a Brooklyn-based federal jury, acquitting him of charges of money laundering and fraud pertaining to a number of debt-backed business deals in Mozambique worth upwards of $2 billion. The verdict, delivered on Monday Dec. 2, 2019, also gave a victory to… Keep Reading…

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    Simple tips to improve your business skills

    If you own your own business or if you work for a big company, you will invariably find yourself getting to the point where you want to improve your business skills. Depending on which situation you’re in this will be different. If you own your own business, you will want to improve your business skills… Keep Reading…

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    Here’s Why You Should Become an Optometrist

    A lot of people think that being able to enter the field of medicine is a dream come true. Judging from the consistent, massive inflow of students taking the Medicine program in recent years, this is entirely true. The medical field is broad, and there are a lot of specializations to choose from. Each specialization… Keep Reading…

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    IT Companies Stress Upgrading Windows 7 Now or Face Consequences

    As 2019 quickly comes to a close, IT companies are making it clear that now is the time for businesses—if they haven’t already—to upgrade your operating system. Specifically, as Microsoft has made a key announcement that Windows 7 won’t be getting support come January, IT companies agree that all businesses should prioritize one goal: migrating… Keep Reading…

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    Government Narrative in Boustani Case Undercut by Credit Suisse Witness

    The prosecution in U.S. v. Boustani in Brooklyn federal court is running into trouble sustaining its narrative about malfeasance in Mozambique. It is attempting to show that Jean Boustani, a ship salesman, was the mastermind of sham contracts, hidden loans and a conspiracy. But a government witness this week undercut all of those assertions. Witness… Keep Reading…

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