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ID Theft, The Early Days

ID Theft, The Early Days

You have been hacked. You are a victim of identity theft. What should you do next? Here are some tips that go beyond the standard advice.

Identity Theft Recovery

Identity Theft Recovery

US identity theft losses exceed $50 billion/yr. Surely such losses would engender an industry to help victims. No, victims are on their own.

Multi-Channel E-Commerce or Not?

Multi-Channel E-Commerce or Not?

Is Multi-Channel E-Commerce Selling the way to go? According to a Techradar article by Mark Hook, e-commerce companies should start multi-channel selling. I may disagree. The short answer and reason for my disagreement is simple, you need to be ready for multi-channel...

The IRS Wants Your Picture

The IRS Wants Your Picture

The IRS wants a photo of you. It will soon require users of its website to submit photos for verification by its biometric security system.

Inflation: How to Manage It

Inflation: How to Manage It

Inflation is at levels not seen for decades. Small business owners would be well served learning how to manage in inflationary times.

Mission Statement Madness

Mission Statement Madness

For startups and small businesses mission statements can actually distract from the tasks at hand. Work on your elevator pitches instead.

One Chief Officer Too Many?

One Chief Officer Too Many?

Beware of teams where everyone is a chief officer. Entrepreneurs may view inflated titles as a cheap employee benefit. That can be a mistake.

Entrepreneurial Bluffing

Entrepreneurial Bluffing

Should entrepreneurs bluff? That question is a matter of some debate. My advise? Make sure your bluffs are credible and worth the risks.

Benefits, A Point of View

Benefits, A Point of View

“My workers will welcome this new and improved benefits package.” Are you sure? The value of benefits is in the eye of the beholder.

We Treat You Like Family

We Treat You Like Family

Commitment culture companies make few long term commitments. For the most successful, IPOs and Wall Street pressures await them. Change inevitably follows.

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