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Jul 22nd

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Successful business woman shows path to success in new book “I Did It My Way”

Successful business woman shows path to success in new book “I Did It My Way”(Taylor Media Services) If you are looking to achieve success in a business endeavor, Colleen Payne-Nabors’ new book is one you may want to read. It is titled “I Did It My Way and … It Worked.” Payne-Nabors delivers a fresh approach to business strategies, market share and employee retention programs and how the success of one, builds the success of another she bridges the hope and courage of the entrepreneur.
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Diane Napper elected to PFund Foundation executive committee

Diane Napper elected to PFund Foundation executive committeeDiane Napper was recently elected to the PFund Foundation board of directors executive committee. Napper has been on the board for three years and was elected to be vice president of communications.
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Catalyzing Business Spotlight: Donald Bryant, Jr. / The Alden Group, Inc.

Catalyzing Business Spotlight: Donald Bryant, Jr. / The Alden Group, Inc.Marketing professional Donald Bryant, Jr. isn't just bringing his business to West Broadway Avenue in Minneapolis. He is helping other entrepreneurs create viable businesses along the corridor as well.
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(Plan Your Career) Gaps in employment a common problem for job seekers

(Plan Your Career) Gaps in employment a common problem for job seekersReader Preetham writes: “One of the most significant issues is gaps in employment. I even had one recruiter tell me straight up, ‘The hiring manager will not consider job seekers with gaps in their work history.’  I have been impacted by multiple downsizings and have held several contract positions. It seems so critical to hiring managers that it takes precedence over my qualifications.”
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WomenVenture launches strategic plan to help more women overcome current economic challenges

For more than 30 years, St. Paul-based WomenVenture has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping women achieve economic independence and prosperity. Now as the economy has plunged still more women and families into uncertain times, WomenVenture is implementing a new strategic plan designed to have a broader impact on an even greater number of women.
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Give yourself a financial tune-up

As we move through one of the most financially tumultuous years in many decades, some economists feel the worst may be over. But today's continuing high unemployment rates, troubled housing market and tight credit conditions leave many people feeling anxious about the future.
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Business owners welcome minimum wage increase

July 21, 2009, Boston, MA - Business owners across the nation are welcoming the July 24 increase in the federal minimum wage from $6.55 to $7.25. National business leaders and small business owners in states where workers are getting a raise say the increase will boost consumer buying power and promote economic recovery.
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