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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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How DC executive head hunters find leaders

Posted on Sep 9, 2015

There is no question that Nels Olsen and other executive head hunters have an extremely difficult job, which is almost more of an art form, as there is a ton of skill that is involved in deciphering through potential candidates and selecting one that has a high chance of succeeding in any given position. Executive […]

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McDonald’s to shift to cage-free eggs

Posted on Sep 9, 2015

From USAToday.com: McDonald’s said Wednesday that all eggs in its fast food in the U.S. and Canada will come from chickens that aren’t confined to cages. The fast-food chain said the transition would occur over 10 years at nearly 16,000 restaurants. The move comes as McDonald’s is trying to burnish its appeal to consumers who have gravitated […]

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Walmart CEO Doug McMillon posts $25 million gift on Instagram

Posted on Aug 21, 2015

It’s to support global disaster response efforts. As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches next week, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon used his personal Instagram account on Friday to announce a $25 million donation to support global disaster response efforts. “Hurricane Katrina touched our customers, communities we serve, and our associates in a profound way,” McMillon […]

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The Shoes Of A CEO

Posted on Aug 4, 2015

A CEO in Washington has a very powerful position in their company. CEO’s like Nels Olson have the responsibility of what a company should undergo without being unfair or too fair to some of their employees. They also have the main drive of a company’s failure or success without the availability of what will determine […]

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