U.S. oil output is surging so fast that the United States could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest producer. Read more »
In starting and growing a business, we need to hone our strategies. Read more »
American companies are taking care of underfunded pension programs by transferring funds or offering voluntary payouts to employees. Read more »
Nearly half of all jobs that pay at least a middle-class wage are "middle jobs" — jobs that require more education than a high school degree, but less than a bachelor's degree. Career and... Read more »
Sixty-five percent of the American workforce chose a better boss over a pay raise. An unhappy workforce isn't a productive workforce. Fortunately, it isn't rocket science to change the situation. Read more »
Many strategic planning efforts start strong, but result in a final product that sits on a shelf never to be seen again. Avoid the "vision document graveyard" by framing expectations, managing... Read more »
Utah's unemployment rate dropped in September, according to statistics released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Thursday. The drop is more than a full percentage point from a year ago, the latest... Read more »
Though Facebook users disclose pretty much any personal information an advertiser could ever want, the company can’t profit from it. Read more »
Newsweek plans to end its print publication after 80 years and will shift to an all-digital format aimed at online users starting in early 2013. Job cuts are expected. Read more »
The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, in conjunction with the Conference Board, recently reported on corporate philanthropic giving for 2011. Committee membership includes CEOs and... Read more »
Working 50 hours a week as chairman of the board, CEO and president of a company with 575 employees might not be the lifestyle for most people in their mid-70s. But that's exactly how Dolores... Read more »
While it makes sense to give former bosses as references, listing them over other people as references could cost you a critical advantage in the job search. Read more »
U.S. employers advertised slightly fewer jobs in August than July, while they filled the most positions in three months, offering a mixed signal on the job market. Read more »
In past columns, I have promised I would outline not just my successes but my own five business failures as well. Today I fulfill that promise. Read more »
Examines the demerits of using income as a measure of poverty and alternate ways to quantify it. Read more »
Freelancing is an increasingly popular method to earn some extra money, but it can also help you find full-time employment. Read more »
Checking fees at banks are on the rise, with some increasing as much as 25 percent. Read more »
A new venture capital firm launched today in Utah is aiming to help small businesses and start-ups by providing consulting services and angel investments as large as $2 million. Read more »
Companies plan to hire 13 percent more graduates from the class of 2013 than in 2012. Read more »
I recently received an email from a young executive in Mali, Africa, in response to an article I'd written for Forbes. She asked, from a land far away, "Can everyone be a successful business builder? Is it a realistic notion?" Read more »
Many organizations are abandoning old methods of financing, like grant writing and fundraising, and becoming self-sustaining by developing marketable products and services. Read more »
Anyone puzzled by the most recent U.S. economic data has reason for feeling so: The numbers sketch a sometimes contradictory picture of the economy. Read more »
Innovative marketing campaigns "can change communities and whole nations." She might as well have been talking about the thousands of women who are transforming the philanthropic sector.... Read more »
Some hotels make us feel right at home, while others make us feel like we are on another planet. While traveling, we can laugh at quirky mistranslations and learn from great adaptations that show... Read more »
The U.S. economy grew at a sluggish 1.3 percent annual rate in the April-June quarter, held back by the severe drought that reduced farm production in the Midwest. Read more »
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