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"Over here. Behind the big maple."
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When looking for advice on how to update your hiring methods to find great candidates, move your company forward, and cut down on unemployment, there isn't a much better example than Apple.
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Romney asked a question at the RNC that addresses a number of issues in one. He asked his listeners if we were better off four years ago.
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The recent recession has toppled and transformed our ideas about just about everything.
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I love parties, and I like having people over. I don't really like pop-ins; it's a lot more fun to entertain when your house is clean.
I shudder to use a phrase I have happily not heard in many years -- concept musical -- but "Company" demonstrated that you could construct a musical from something other than plot.
Though I grew up in an agnostic household, I was rarely in doubt that a spiritual force was afoot. Music, specifically what's come to be called "The Great American Songbook," was our religion.
"_____ comes but once a year. Var." Can you solve this devilish holiday-season crossword puzzle clue? Hint: The correct nine-letter answer starts with a "C" and ends with an "s" -- and it's not "Christmas".
Brian and Mark have written a book called Now, Build a Great Business!, and I had the opportunity to ask them about how the process of planning helps make a business stronger.
I'm spending Thanksgiving alone again this year, with (non-cranberry) relish. Instead of obsessing about Black Friday sales, it's a day to enjoy peace and quiet.
Why do some organizations succeed at utilizing processes and tools developed elsewhere while others fail?
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In learning immigrant stories, we found that the high-achievers typically parlayed immigrant skills into entrepreneurship skills.
In celebration of Stephen Sondheim's eightieth birthday, his songs are being sung even more this year than they usually are -- which in Manhattan intimate rooms is quite often, to say the least.
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There's something intrinsically, irrefutably wonderful about the "Broadway Rising Stars" evening but predicting which of these kids will make it here and, by extrapolation, anywhere is a fool's game.
You go to cabaret for an impossible alchemy of exposed emotion, phrasing, the occasional clink of a champagne flute, an evening of enriched uranium. You go to cabaret for Elaine Stritch.
Rudy Giuliani is one of the few candidates ever to pursue the White House while maintaining a high-ranking role in a private-sector firm.
But since h...
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