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The Bane of Our Workday -E-mail

Tim Kolacz

By Tim Kolacz We all have had an account or two, or three. We’ve used Gmail, Yahoo and corporate e-mail. I use one for work, one for gaming websites, and one for other websites. I get 25, 50, 100 emails a day. What’s the point? In the olden days, you …

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I’ve Solved The Traffic Problem in the IE

By Tim Kolacz I have lived in Southern California for the past 33 years, having come here from the Detroit area when I was a pipsqueak of a child. As I grew up and learned to drive, I was able to navigate the area rather easily and get to the …

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Where In The World Are You?

John Tulac

By John Tulac We are all part of the global economy.  Our collective purchasing decisions determine what is produced around the world.  You may think that you don’t matter or that your small Main Street business is not connected to the global economy, but the reality is that you are …

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Industry Trends for Business Valuation Multiples

Industry Trends for Business Valuation Multiples

By Edward L. Fixen Almost all business owners wonder what their business is worth. The actual amount that a particular business sells for depends on many factors unique to that individual business such as historical stability, profitability, growth, industry, customer base, etc. However, it is always a good idea to …

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Kicking A**, Chewing Bubble Gum

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By Tim Kolacz In recent months, there have been a number of my childhood “Heroes” that have either come down with medical ailments or have died altogether. This has led me to think about how I work on a daily basis. When you come to work, do you get coffee, …

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Why the Trans-Pacific Partnership Is Vital

Business Advice Q&A

By John Tulac The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a proposed regional partnership, in the form of a trade treaty involving eleven other countries on both sides of the Pacific Ocean, but very significantly excluding China. It’s a different kind of trade agreement than what the United States has made in …

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