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Having a company car is something that you have probably considered at one point or another. Regardless of whether you work in the service industry or sell physical products, having access to a vehicle that is devoted entirely to business use can be beneficial.   One way to keep the price...
That anecdote about a Rolls-Royce owner who got his 2-year old Rolls stuck in deep muddy snow unable to start its engine and the response he got from the RR company always figure in my mind as the best example of customer care that lets your customer know how...
Companies can’t be standalone islands. Just like any human being, and because companies are social entities, they need to create and nurture relationships with both people and fellow companies in order to grow and prosper. Ed Wallace has come out with a book entitled Business Relationships That Last that...
It’s not altogether unusual to give sales discounts during holidays. Online retailers can take a hint from their brick-and-mortar siblings who normally give thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine or Mother’s day discounts to their patrons. One option online retailers can take is to offer a Free Shipping Day on those holidays....
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law in 2010 but still has businesses concerned due to its sprawling complexity. The act, which spells out its demands over thousands of pages, aims to prevent “too big to fail” and reduce the risk of another...
Airlines have been at the forefront of rewarding loyal passengers with those frequently flier clubs that entitle big fare discounts based on the mileage they’ve traveled with them or their partner airlines. Yup. Those mileage points pile up if you travel with airlines that are part of their...

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