Business Confidence Eases From High

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Business Barometer – Small business confidence continues to climb in August

29 August 2013 | 7:00 am Business Barometer – Small business confidence continues to climb in August http://finance.yahoo.com/news/business-barometer-small-business-confidence-070000260.html

Business managers: Rutherford Downtown Partnership slowing the process for putting up new signs.

29 August 2013 | 6:02 am Although the managers admit RDP officials told them that their designs did not meet borough code, the business owners contend the code doesnt always fit their buildings architecture and regulationss dont allow the signage to attract customers. http://www.northjersey.com/rutherford/221591571_Business_managers__Rutherford_Downtown_Partnership_slowing_the_process_for_putting_up_new_signs_.html

Business confidence eases from high

29 August 2013 | 2:47 am New Zealand's business and consumer confidence signals potential economic growth of just over four per cent by early 2014, ANZ says. http://nz.sports.yahoo.com/news/business-confidence-eases-high-024719792.html

Personal Finance For People Who Hate Personal Finance (Kindle Edition) tagged “business” 638 times

16 January 2013 | 6:10 am Personal Finance For People Who Hate Personal Finance Personal Finance For People Who Hate Personal Finance (Kindle Edition)By Gregory Bresiger Buy new: $2.99 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: finance(717), budgeting(696), investing(688), financial planning(645), business(638), debt(621), stock market(612), wealth(602), money market(537), gregory bresiger(507), kindle authors(162), kindleboards authors(141) http://www.amazon.com/Personal-Finance-People-Hate-ebook/dp/B003R7LAI4?tag=nmz-20

Rise to the Top! (Simple Rules to Succeed in any Organization) (Kindle Edition) tagged “business” 76 times

8 January 2013 | 6:06 am Rise to the Top! (Simple Rules to Succeed in any Organization) Rise to the Top! (Simple Rules to Succeed in any Organization) (Kindle Edition)By Joerg Meier Buy new: $0.99 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: leadership(77), business(76), management(76), success(74), career(72), self development(46), bestseller(44), business success(29), business leadership(28), career development(26), leadership tools(11), leadership book(11) http://www.amazon.com/Simple-Rules-Succeed-Organization-ebook/dp/B007TJGJMS?tag=nmz-20

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don't (Hardcover) tagged “business” 184 times

9 December 2012 | 3:38 am Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t (Hardcover)By Jim Collins Buy new: $15.491784 used and new from $1.00 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: leadership(185), business(184), management(155), business leadership(111), success(79), jim collins(74), entrepreneurship(74), good to great(46), excellence(40), professional development(19), planning(10), book(10) http://www.amazon.com/Good-Great-Companies-Leap-Others/dp/0066620996?tag=nmz-20

Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die (Hardcover) tagged “business” 90 times

2 October 2012 | 9:17 am Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die (Hardcover)By Chip Heath Buy new: $17.46256 used and new from $8.94 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: marketing(155), communication(142), persuasion(109), ideas(103), business(90), branding(79), communications(77), advertising(58), professional development(46), creativity(13), leadership tools(11), presentation(9) http://www.amazon.com/Made-Stick-Ideas-Survive-Others/dp/1400064287?tag=nmz-20

Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion (Hardcover) tagged “business” 103 times

10 September 2012 | 6:57 pm Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion (Hardcover)By Gary Vaynerchuk Buy new: $15.68246 used and new from $3.45 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: social media(210), gary vaynerchuk(187), branding(166), entrepreneurship(153), business strategy(124), garyvee(112), business(103), winelibrary(66), wine(52), crush it(30), passion(18), marketing(16) http://www.amazon.com/Crush-It-Time-Cash-Passion/dp/0061914177?tag=nmz-20

Obama Urges Progress on King's "Unfinished Business …

29 August 2013 | 1:54 am In almost any major speech delivered by Barack Obama, those are the ideals that wander in and out of his texts. They were prominent themes in his inaugural address this past January. They've been center stage during his  http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/08/29/obama_urges_progress_on_kings_unfinished_business_119760.html

Founder Stories: Zendesk's Mikkel Svane On Applying Customer …

28 August 2013 | 7:31 pm According to my Founder Stories guest this week, Zendesk's Mikkel Svane, happiness is actually an important metric in the business of customer service. What has happened over the last five or six years is that the notion of  http://techcrunch.com/2013/08/28/founder-stories-zendesks-mikkel-svane/

Ad For The Standard Hotel Accused Of … – Business Insider

28 August 2013 | 1:52 pm The image of a woman's body, prostrated on the ground, her head crushed under a large suitcase, isn't exactly what one would expect to advertise a hotel chain. But actress and blogger Daisy noticed that The Standard Hotel  http://www.businessinsider.com/ad-for-the-standard-hotel-accused-of-normalizing-violence-against-women-2013-8

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4 Responses to “Business Confidence Eases From High”

  1. Can Anyone Give Me Some Information About Online Text Ads For Small Business?

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  2. Should USA Eliminate State Governments? The states of the United States have a long and glorious history. Some of them existed long before the Declaration of Independence. From 1776 to 1787 (when the Constitution was signed), the United States was merely a loose federation of states.

    Fast forward to today. Starting with a clean slate, would any rational human choose to inject, in between national government and local government, an intermediate level of government with the bizarre mix of powers and lack of powers that our state governments have today? It is true that we aren???t starting with a clean slate, but that is no excuse not to fix what is so badly broken. A constitutional amendment could eliminate this useless and expensive intermediate level of government

    The list of reasons to abolish state governments is very long and compelling:

    1. State governments attempt to make laws on national issues.

    Especially recently, state governments have wasted much time and money legislating laws addressing what are logically national issues. Many of these issues are contentious, but, one way or the other, we need to have a consistent national policy. The definition of marriage, stem cell research, and similar issues need to be decided nationally. It makes no sense for two people to be considered married in one state, but not in another.

    The list of other issues that need to be addressed nationally includes

    * Immigration policy
    * Health care standards
    * Allowed medical treatments and drugs
    * A person???s relationship with her doctor
    * Food safety
    * Environmental standards
    * Automobile safety and mileage standards
    * Voter registration requirements

    2. Forced to raise revenue to fund federal requirements.

    Authority and responsibility are not matched when states must raise revenues to fund federal requirements in areas such as unemployment benefits and welfare. The same legislators that pass laws need to take responsibility for funding them.

    3. Crazy-quilt of sales tax laws.

    Sales tax rates vary from no tax to over 10%. Worse yet, the rates vary by county as well as by state. This variation in taxes is expensive to administer, and creates a nightmare for small businesses located in border areas or doing business in multiple states.

    Internet and mail order businesses are especially impacted by this crazy-quilt of sales tax laws. States lose revenue on interstate transactions, while small internet and mail order businesses struggle to comply with the laws of many jurisdictions.

    4. Crazy-quilt of personal income tax laws.

    State personal income taxes vary from no tax to a marginal rate of over 10%.

    5. Crazy-quilt of corporate tax laws.

    The rates and related regulations for corporate taxes vary widely by state. Further, states often compete to offer tax breaks to entice companies to move from other states. This generally creates a small benefit for the company???s new state, but a large loss for the previous state. The existence of state governments makes it much easier for big business to pay lower taxes and shift most of the tax burden to the people.

    6. Competing in watering down consumer protection to attract companies.

    Even worse than competing for corporate presence with tax giveaways is the practice of competing for corporations by watering down consumer protection laws. In one early and well known example, in 1981 Citibank moved its credit card operation to South Dakota, specifically because South Dakota law allowed them to charge very high interest rates (and other states aren???t allowed to protect their citizens from out-of-state banks).

    7. Property taxes.

    Historically, the main function of property taxes has been to pay for local public schools. Returning the collecting of property taxes to local government would be an improvement over collection at the state level. However, basing taxes on property value is a particularly unfair way to compute taxes. Historically, property taxes made more sense when land was visible, but income was easy to hide, but that argument is vastly overshadowed today by the unfairness of property taxes. Changes in the market value of property, either up or down, do not tend to reflect in any meaningful way the owner???s ability to pay those taxes. Corporate and personal income taxes, value added taxes, even sales taxes, are far more fair mechanisms for taxation.

    8. Drivers licenses and vehicle registrations.

    Drivers licenses, ID cards, and vehicle registrations are another area of inconsistent state regulation. Having these issued by the national government could create a secure system to positively identify citizens, as well as to cut costs and confusion.

    Now is the time for a constitutional amendment to abolish state governments. Let the states become federal administrative districts, but without the power to create state laws.

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  3. Why Do Gay People Announce Their Sexuality? What do you want? An award?

    I don’t have anything against gay people but I think it’s such a pathetic and lame thing to do. I mean sexual orientation is your business and just because you don’t come out, it doesn’t mean you’re ashamed of who you are. I mean what makes you think anyone supplies a sh*t about your sexuality? Are you that full of yourselves? What gives?

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  4. I Feel Like I’m Missing Something In Life…it Kind Of Gives Me Anxiety? I’m 14.(boy)

    I feel like I’m missing something. It’s not totally this feeling only, but only a little. I feel like I do the same thing everyday, but I feel even in I climbed Mt. Everest, joined some sports team or something, I still wouldn’t be satisfied. My dream is to become a business man, and move to a wealthy neighborhood. I know it sounds like I love money, but I don’t. I just don’t wanna struggle with bills and being at a store and worrying about spending too much. I don’t know why, but that makes me mad.

    but sometimes, even thinking about me achieving that doesn’t make me happy. Nothing I think of makes me happy. I feel kind of empty. My parents don’t ignore me if you’re thinking that. I don’t know.

    I sometimes get nervous or anxiety about it. I think of killing myself because…I can’t explain it. I don’t know why I feel like this. It’s not all the time, only sometimes. I’m not gonna kill myself, but I think about it. But yeah, I’m not gonna kill myself. I have wanted to, but it was when I had depression for like 2 months(when I was 12…and nothing happened. I just felt like that all of a sudden. This weird feeling that I didn’t like that kept getting worse).

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