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Nov 20th

Business

Consider hidden costs before buying a new car

These are interesting times for potential car buyers. Because so many people have become wary of the faltering economy and are avoiding auto showrooms, nervous car manufacturers have been slashing prices, issuing rebates and offering extremely competitive financing terms – at least to people with sound credit – to lure in business.
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(Plan Your Career) Facing change: You have to adapt

What new technical or specialty skill have you learned in the last year?  Think about it.  Unless you are a new graduate from a college or technical school, this might be your toughest interview question.  It seems to stump people at every career level, and it is an instant stopping point in interviews for new jobs and promotions.
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For Mother's Day, help mom get organized

With Mother's Day just around the corner, wouldn't you like to show your appreciation in a way that's more meaningful than buying your mom a box of chocolates or a bunch of flowers?
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U.S. Bancorp’s Anthony Kelley honored by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

A U.S. Bancorp employee has been honored by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. Anthony Kelley, senior vice president and credit manager for U.S. Bancorp’s credit administration division, was named one of the Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty honorees for 2009.
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Year Up and Microsoft, a Most Elegant Partnership: Working together to create opportunities and strengthen communities

An elegant equation is the simplest path to a solution.  Microsoft plus Year Up equals unlimited opportunities. Microsoft and Year Up have come together in an effort to close the digital divide.
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(Plan your Career) Developing a compelling scoreboard will help keep track of goals

What do you want to accomplish? Are you looking for a job? Hoping for a promotion? Saving to buy a house? Losing weight? Running a marathon? Your success will be commensurate with your level of accountability to… you guessed it… yourself.
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Johnson Products under new management

DALLAS (NNPA) - An 18-month long acquisition has brought new life to one of America’s most recognized market leaders in African American hair care products. Johnson Products has been sold from Proctor & Gamble (P&G) to Eric and Renee Cottrell-Brown, daughter and son-in-law of former Pro-Line owner Comer Cottrell. Brown, who will serve as chief executive officer for the company, said Johnson Products has a chance to return to the greatness it once enjoyed.
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