May 12, 2021

businesses

MSNBC’s Ruhle ripped for scolding businesses to raise wages after poor jobs report: ‘Never run a business’

MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle was slammed Monday for her take on how government unemployment benefits are affecting the U.S. labor force, arguing that the real question is why aren’t employers offering workers higher wages.

In response to an underwhelming April jobs report, some liberals are pushing back against the notion that unemployment benefits are discouraging a return to the workforce.

“Why is it – that the unemployment benefits are too generous rather than the

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How Businesses Can Harness The Power Of Growth-Hacking

It is no secret that organizational growth is one of the hardest things for businesses to navigate. Growth isn’t something that just happens overnight. In fact, growing a business is an art form, so much so that the term “growth hacking” was invented more than a decade ago with the sole purpose of describing the ways in which a business can carefully craft strategies and processes that focus solely on just that – growth.

Although these “growth hacks” have been around for a while, many organizations – particularly those with heavy customer footfall such as retail stores are

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Businesses jumping into vaccination effort see it as win-win

Businesses are getting more involved with the fight against the coronavirus by offering incentives for people to get vaccinated in a move they see as helping both public health and their bottom lines.

The promotions range from on-site vaccinations to coupons and freebies. The New York Mets and New York Yankees announced this week they will open their stadiums as vaccination sites for fans before games, part of a coordinated effort with the state’s health department, while some bars in Washington, D.C., are offering free beer at vaccine pop-up sites.

From a financial perspective, the marketing efforts by companies give

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American Express puts $40 million towards loans to small businesses of color

Vice President Kamala Harris (C), Reign Free, Owner of Red Door Catering, Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) and California Lt. Governor Eleni Kounalakis (D-CA) listen to Luz Urrutia, CEO of Accion Opportunity Fund (front left) and Allison Kelly, Executive Director of Inner City Advisors (Front Right) during a visit to Red Door Catering, a CDFI business, on April 5, 2021 in Oakland, California.

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Helping small businesses owned by people of color, immigrants and women recover from the Covid pandemic is the goal of a $40 million investment American Express is making with Accion

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DC encourages a return to the office to help small businesses

D.C.’s government is signaling it wants employees who have been working from home throughout the pandemic to return to their offices downtown, with the hope that it will help small businesses and storefronts in the area.

D.C.’s government is signaling it wants employees who have been working from home throughout the pandemic to return to their offices downtown, with the hope that it will help small businesses and storefronts in the area.

“We know that people have been working throughout the pandemic, but now is the right time to bring people back to the office,” said Deputy Mayor for Planning

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Businesses Are Acquiring Funding Fast During the Covid-19 Pandemic Thanks to Expert YouTube Advice from Business Credit America Inc

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These 3 Cathie Wood Stocks Are Set to Rip Higher By 40% (Or More)

The markets lately are a mix of gains and volatility, and it’s tough, sometimes, for investors to make sense of it. In times like these, it makes sense to turn to the experts. Cathie Wood is one such expert, an investor whose stock choices have consistently outperformed the overall markets. A protégé of famed economist Arthur Laffer, market guru Wood has built her reputation on her clear view of the markets. Her firm is Ark Invest, whose Innovation ETF has over $52 billion in assets

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