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Three Ways to Help Your Startup Grow and Flourish

Julia Neumer | Posted 08.25.2014 | Business
Julia Neumer

Congratulations! You've discovered a valuable solution, developed a mission with purpose, implemented a business plan, and now you are running a successful startup.

Four Essential Skills to Develop in Your First Job

Erika Mark | Posted 09.09.2014 | College
Erika Mark

It is important to recognize that these experiences are much more than just a way to pay the rent; they are great opportunities to build an arsenal of tools that will support you through your entire career.

Three Important Business Lessons I Learned From Clash of Clans

Paul Mandell | Posted 07.13.2014 | Business
Paul Mandell

Pursuing growth in a measured way that keeps the elements of a business in balance can help minimize major disruptions and increase the likelihood that the business stays on the intended course.

Universities Hold the Key for DC-Area Entrepreneurship

Paul Mandell | Posted 04.22.2014 | DC
Paul Mandell

An entrepreneurial culture is alive and well in the nation's capital, bolstered by a wave of successful startups of various shapes and sizes that are creating jobs and improving the world.

Advice for December Graduates

Paul Mandell | Posted 02.16.2014 | DC
Paul Mandell

For those college students graduating this month, and gearing up to find employment, this season can be the most stressful time of year.

Why It's Important to Encourage Employee Vacations This Holiday Season

Julia Neumer | Posted 02.08.2014 | Business
Julia Neumer

It's clear employee breaks from work are critical to the health of any organization. A team that is worked too hard without coming up for air risks the chance of becoming disengaged or aggrieved.

Solving the Outside Law Firm Dilemma

Paul Mandell | Posted 01.25.2014 | Business
Paul Mandell

One fundamental strategy that consistently seems to yield the highest ROI may be the least innovative or complex of the bunch, which is simply the pursuit of better communication.

Electronic Health Records Dramatically Increase Corporate Risk

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Ben Kerschberg

Effectively controlling the impact of demands over electronic health records is no longer a luxury. Rather, it is a business imperative that is no less than critical.

Why Today's Chief Information Officer Will Be Tomorrow's Chief Executive

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Ben Kerschberg

CIOs must embrace and promote a tighter alignment between IT and business units by understanding new organizational models. In this respect, they must become better businesspeople, not just technical experts.

Five Ways to Protect Corporate Executives From Catastrophic Liability

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ben Kerschberg

Individual corporate executives and directors of multinational corporations will soon face high-stakes lawsuits for alleged human rights violations by...

Why Corporate Counsel Must Implement Stringent Corporate Anti-Corruption Policies in 2011

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ben Kerschberg

As we turn the corner into the new year, corporate counsel need to identify important legal issues facing their companies in 2011.

The Imperative of Investing in Women in the Workforce

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ben Kerschberg

Whether in the developing world or the billion dollar hills of Sand Hill Road, companies that invest in the success of women in the workforce will enjoy long-term benefits to both their top and bottom lines.

Corporate Executives: Get Ready for a Billion Dollar Lawsuit

Ben Kerschberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ben Kerschberg

A recent court decision being hailed as the end of the multi-billion dollar Alien Tort Statute litigation industry is anything but, as plaintiffs' cross-hairs will simply shift from corporations to the individuals who serve them.