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Early Branding Makes a Difference in Small Business

Companies that form a brand tend to retain more customers and have an identity that sets them apart from others. The Golden Arches: almost everyone in the world recognizes this fast-food beacon, regardless of whether they eat there or not. Why? Because it’s unique and it evokes subconscious emotion. It’s memorable and easy to recognize. […]

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American Businesses Add Employees as Summer Months Approach

U.S. employers increased their hiring numbers in March 2014, a signal of economic growth that indicates a winter freeze was simply a temporary measure. U.S. payrolls increased by 192,000 employees during the month, according to the Labor Department. The payrolls for January and February increased by a combined 37,000. The U.S. unemployment rate stayed put […]

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BentleyForbes Founder and Chief Executive Officer Wins Award from the Jewish Vocational Service

The chief executive officer of commercial real estate firm BentleyForbes recently collected a prestigious honor: the Leadership Award as created by the Jewish Vocational Service. Now in its 11th year, the Jewish Vocational Service event Strictly Business celebrates the cream of the crop within the business community. BentleyForbes is proud of its leadership and recently […]

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Pew Research Center: Social Media Changes Media Consumption Habits

According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, online news sites have increased their employment ranks by more than 5,000 full-time positions. Meanwhile, employment at traditional newspapers dropped by 6.4 percent in the last 12 months. The wide-ranging report issued annually by the Pew Research Center covered cable news, newspapers and digital start-ups. […]

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When Considering a Business Collaboration, Get it In Writing First

Entrepreneurs can often compare a new business collaboration to a marriage, with each member offering particular assets. If trust issues are hidden deep beneath the surface, however, it’s likely the union won’t last too long. Even with the right candidate, it’s important to take a measured approach before beginning a long-term partnership. Collaboration may help […]

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American Taxpayers May Experience Massive Upheaval in 2014

In January 2013, taxpayers experienced several major alterations to tax laws that created a number of new taxes and requires them to adjust their methods for tax planning. It doesn’t appear that 2014 will hold quite as many changes for taxpayers – but several possible alterations may raise some eyebrows. The challenge for taxpayers each […]

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Spotlight on United Faith Church in Barnegat, NJ – Pastor Jerry and Pastor Janeth Santiago’s Family

A Strong Foundation is Key to a Sturdy Structure. Two people with a vision, paving the way for Christ for generations to come. Pastor Jerry and Pastor Janeth Santiago of United Faith Church in Barnegat, NJ, have served in ministry for over 20 years. In response to God’s call, they took a step of faith […]

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YOR Health Presents Proven Solution for Our Economic Futures

According to the founders of YOR Health, greater health and wellness are the keys to economic independence. Recently, YOR Health has witnessed promising growth in the nutrition industry for a variety of factors. In this brief interview with the staff of Aicube, YOR Health explains why many Americans are choosing to concentrate on vital health […]

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Aldo Disorbo and Parkway Christian School Partner to Launch Educational Technology Center

Aldo Disorbo of Nationwide Relocation Services is aiming to bridge the digital divide in Broward County, Fla., by launching the Educational Technology Center at Parkway Christian School. Aldo Disorbo is bringing technology initiatives he developed in the business world to the educational sector. Here he discusses some of the thinking behind the launch. Aicube: Aldo […]

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Dave Contarino on Notable Female Jockeys in the Kentucky Derby

Women make up 49 percent of the American workforce, but Dave Contarino reports that horse racing has remained a male-dominated sport. To underscore his point, Dave Contarino shares that only 10 percent of professional jockeys are female. More women are filling important roles as trainers and owners, says Dave Contarino. However, the same growth hasn’t […]

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