A team working together, mutually supporting one another to accomplish the mission is far more powerful and far more likely to be successful.
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Bill Shufelt quit his job so he could drink more.
PG&E began proactively shutting off approximately 738,000 California customers' power on Wednesday morning.
Companies lacking strong leadership lack one of the most important tools for growth.
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The company made the move to cut the risk of wildfires that have plagued California repeatedly in recent years.
The Museum of Ice Cream is opening its flagship store in NYC, promoting community and millennial individuality.
Netflix and online delivery services are becoming a competitor to eat-in restaurants.
Farmers are getting creative in order make money.
The nation’s current regulatory burden belies Francis Scott Key’s characterization of America as the 'land of the free.'
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“At the end of the day, I want to use my experience to help people," cannabis entrepreneur Jessie Johnson told Fox Business.
Wicker's BBQ is 100% American-made, from the shack up, its business manager Korey Speaight told FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo.
The stars and stripes controversy pitting star of CNBC’s “The Profit” against a North Carolina city over the size of an American Flag sitting at the star’s recreational vehicle store has been settled.
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North Carolina-based Nautilus Productions says the state has no right to use videos of the Queen Anne's Revenge and the process of salvaging the shipwreck.
The Carter's have been in a seven-year long trademark battle with an events planning company over the use of the name "Blue Ivy."
"Baronelle is basically faced with losing all she owns unless the Supreme Court weighs in in this case," her attorney said.
When considering the historic growth and optimism happening on Main Street, it seems irresponsible for pundits and journalists to continue painting a pessimistic economic picture.