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Avoiding Call Center Disasters (Before They Happen)
By Sara Angeles | April 02, 2014

Call center customer service disasters happen every day. Here's how to stop them.

What Is a Decision Tree?
By Chad Brooks | March 28, 2014

Decision trees are flowchart graphs or diagrams that help explore all of the decision alternatives and their possible outcomes.

Going Global: 3 Tips for Expanding Your Business Internationally
By Nicole Fallon | March 06, 2014

Expanding globally can be a big boost for business, but it's not without its challenges. Before you take your business overseas, here are a few important steps to take first.

What is SQL?
By Chad Brooks | January 21, 2014

SQL is a programming language that is used to communicate and manipulate databases.

5 Tips for Hiring Employees for Your Startup
By Nicole Fallon | December 14, 2013

When your startup is ready to hire an employee, there's a lot of pressure to choose the right person. Here are some tips to help you out.

Smart Leadership: Delegate, Prioritize and Simplify
By Nicole Fallon | October 25, 2013

Are you still measuring the value of your leadership by how many hours you put in or how long your to-do list is? Don't work hard; work smart. Here's how to do it.

Got the Sunday Night Blues? Prepare on Friday
By Chad Brooks | October 09, 2013

If you dread going back to work on Monday morning, the trick is to prepare better on Friday afternoon.

Today's Economy Requires Collaboration for Growth
By Business News Daily Editor | September 24, 2013

The need for collaboration is the norm, not the exception in today's startup world.

5 Lessons for Women Leaders from AMEX CEO BootCamp
By Nicole Fallon | September 24, 2013

On Sept. 20, American Express OPEN hosted its first annual CEO BootCamp for women. Here's what we learned at this inspirational event.

Improve Communication by Overcoming Fear
By Business News Daily Editor | September 23, 2013

Why don't we talk about what matters most?

What Makes Employees Happy (It's Not Money)
By Chad Brooks | September 17, 2013

Employees say it is intellectual stimulation, not the bucks, that gives them the most job satisfaction.

5 Life Lessons Learned Working at McDonald's
By Jeanette Mulvey | September 16, 2013

You'll learn more working in the shadow of the golden arches than just flipping burgers and working the deep fryer.

5 Simple Ways to Be a Better Boss
By Chad Brooks | September 13, 2013

Whether you're at the beginning of your career or a seasoned pro, here are five simple ways to be better at being the boss.

Leadership Agility: It’s All In Your Head
By Business News Daily Editor | July 24, 2013

In the world we live in, where changes come fast, agility has become a necessary trait in leaders.

10 Work Stress Reduction Tips
By Business News Daily Editor | July 09, 2013

Simple everyday tips to help you reduce job-related stresses.

Small Business Legal DIY? What's OK to Do Yourself
By Chad Brooks | June 24, 2013

Nellie Akalp, CEO of the online legal document filing service Corpnet.com, tells us what legal docs you can file yourself and what should be done by an attorney.

Should You Buy or Lease Space For Your Business?
By Business News Daily Editor | May 02, 2013

Should you buy or lease your office space? The answers to these questions can help you decide.

Happy Employees Equal Better Profits
By Business News Daily Editor | May 01, 2013

Doing the right things will make your employees love their jobs.

Easy Ways to Improve Your Company Culture
By Chad Brooks | April 11, 2013

Strong managers, comfortable office environment and fair salaries are part of a happy-worker culture.

Surviving a Leadership Shakeup
By Business News Daily Editor | January 30, 2013

While most leadership changes are expected, effects are still felt through the organization.

Inspiring Employees Unleashes Innovation
By Business News Daily Editor | January 04, 2013

Giving employees freedom to problem solve allows creativity to blossom.

10 Tips on How to Develop an Authentic Brand
By Business News Daily Editor | January 03, 2013

Your brand is an extension of you wherever it goes, as a result it should be unique and authentic.

10 Tips to Build a Global Business
By Business News Daily Editor | October 27, 2012

Tips to lay a strong foundation.

10 Do's and Don'ts Every Good Leader Should Practice
By Business News Daily Editor | October 18, 2012

Things you should and shouldn't do.

The Anatomy of the Perfect CEO
By Business News Daily Editor | July 15, 2012

High-profile CEOs are seemingly always in the news. BusinessNewsDaily has pieced together from a variety of studies a theoretical sketch of the perfect CEO.

A Surprising Negotiation Tactic That Works
By Business News Daily Editor | July 13, 2012

It's counter-intuitive, but it works.

Good Luck in Business is Hard Work
By Ned Smith | May 29, 2012

The best kind of luck — those unexpected discoveries we call serendipity — is the luck we attract to ourselves, they say. Good luck — serendipity — is part of a virtuous cycle.

Yahoo CEO Not Alone: 7 Execs Busted for Resume Lies
By Chad Brooks | May 15, 2012

After just four months on the job, Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson is out of work this week after it was discovered he had lied on his resume. He can take solace in knowing he isn't alone.

Three Steps to Handling a Crisis
By Business News Daily Editor | February 16, 2012

How you handle a crisis from the outset could determine whether your company survives it

11 Fears Keeping You From Succeeding (And How to Conquer Them)
By Business News Daily Editor | December 23, 2011

Which one's holding you back?