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Real estate startup raises serious cash

Posted on Feb 1, 2016

An investment in real estate can be an ideal way to see an impressive rate of return on any capital. Real estate investing allows people invest an investment that is likely to both retain value in a recession and increase in value in favorable market. When investing in real estate, many people find it very […]

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Top 4 Executive Search Firms In Washington

Posted on Jan 5, 2016

When it comes to locating and hiring executive employees within Washington DC, businesses cannot afford to overlook the abundance of benefits that are associated with executive recruiting services. While it may be true that a firm cannot guarantee a candidate’s long-term success, firms like Nels Olson’s Korn Ferry can significantly augment the likelihood of that. […]

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China selloff sparks gloomy 2016 start for stocks

Posted on Jan 4, 2016

From Reuters.com: Global equity markets fell on Monday while gold and bonds rose after a 7 percent slide in Chinese shares, sparked by weak economic data, rekindled worries over global growth on the first day of trading in 2016. Rising tensions in the Middle East also increased demand for safe-haven assets. Global benchmark Brent crude […]

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What Do The Top DC Head Hunters Look For?

Posted on Oct 2, 2015

The top DC head hunters like Nels Olson are looking for people who fit a certain profile. You need to know what people in DC if you want to make it in over many years,

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NYC Stock Traders that Started Investment Firms

Posted on Sep 28, 2015

Those who are doing the most business on Wall Street, in trading and funds management are the famous hedge fund managers who have become super rich by managing the wealth of others. This scenario is repeating itself more and more often in the big Apple which has also created another phenomenon and that is the […]

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What job cuts at Whole Foods tell us about the grocer’s future

Posted on Sep 28, 2015

From WashingtonPost.com: Whole Foods Market announced Monday that it was slashing 1,500 jobs over the next eight weeks, a cut that will affect about 1.6 percent of its workforce. The reduction affects only a small slice of the organic grocery chain’s workforce, and the company expects a “significant percentage” of the employees will be able to find different positions within the […]

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