The Inner Workings of a Deal: Due Diligence

The Inner Workings of a Deal: Tips for a Successful Transaction Part VII – Due Diligence Last month, you got engaged.  You found the best of your suitors and entered into a Letter of Intent.  Now the real work starts.  As you will soon find out, you didn’t just get engaged to your buyer, you […]

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A Digital Commerce Transformation Call to Action for CFOs

The Digital Age is upon us and digital commerce is a primary catalyst to the disruption underway. To succeed, businesses must embrace weaving digital technologies into their business models and move quickly to transform to be more in tune with the voice of their customers. This is a journey that will evolve over the next […]

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Apple Pay is Great, at Stores That Accept It

When Apple Pay launched Monday, my editors decided I needed to go shopping. I didn’t have to be asked twice. In fact, I felt like a teenager set loose in a mall with a parent’s credit card. Now I just needed to find some places that took my peculiar form of payment. But once I […]

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10 Firms Hiring Like Crazy in October (And They’re Mostly Midmarket)

If a career change is on your mind, we know it’s not the easiest thing in the world to find a company you can feel at home at—which is why The Muse is here to help! We’ve rounded up some great companies that are looking to hire like crazy this month. Check out the listings […]

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Keeping Tabs on Your Campany’s Repeat Customers

Customer loyalty is the holy grail of business. No wonder, then, that with new technology, programs designed to retain customers and encourage repeat buying have exploded around the world in recent years. From Mumbai to Melbourne, hotels, airlines, rental cars, credit cards, grocery stores, pharmacies, movie theaters, coffee shops, department stores and gas stations inundate […]

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Hong Kong Anti-Protest Group Tear Down Barricades

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hundreds of people tore down protest barriers in the heart of Hong Kong’s business district on Monday, scuffling with pro-democracy demonstrators who have occupied the streets for two weeks. Police intervened to separate the rival groups, and calm was restored. In an indication that the crisis would not be over soon, […]

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