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How to break through business malaise

By Suzanne Ross Guest columnist It not news that people are tired of being marketed and sold to in the traditional manner. Yet...

Lillian Bjorseth: Why women leaders need to speak up to be heard

By Lillian Bjorseth Guest Columnist Women, it's not enough to know what you know. You have to sound as if you know what you know. Have you...

Tips for making complex changes in a merged organization

By Lisa Pollard Guest Columnist Mergers and other major business events often mean completing complex, cross-functional integration. For example, during a merger, one organization's enterprise financial...

Soft skills get short shrift in business school: DePaul study

So-called "soft"  skills used in business, such as managing workers and decision-making, might be most important on the job, but they often get short...

Guest column: On helping customers grow

by George F. Brown Jr. In 1970, Walt Kelly's famous comic strip character Pogo used the phrase, We have met the enemy...

Groupon gets personal

To hear founder and CEO Andrew Mason tell it, Groupon is not all about saving money. It about encouraging people to ...

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Masked merchants re-open Friday at Woodfield Mall after two-month hiatus

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My view: Bring in the $600 weekly checks

If the federal government pledge to give unemployed workers an extra $600 a week has...

Women founders share war stories to inspire persistence

"You have what it takes to triumph. You may not know it....

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