Archive for April, 2014

Career Curveballs: Don’t Stay a Disgruntled Employee

April 22nd, 2014 - Comments Off on Career Curveballs: Don’t Stay a Disgruntled Employee

Sometimes we create the perfect game plan, play it flawlessly, and score as we imagined. That’s sometimes. Most of the time, that’s not how it goes down — at all. And more often than not — whether in the ballpark …

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A Rake Too Far: Optimal Platform Pricing Strategy

April 18th, 2014 - Comments Off on A Rake Too Far: Optimal Platform Pricing Strategy

By Bill Gurley In a casino, the term “rake” refers to the commission that the house earns for operating a poker game. With each hand, a small percentage of the pot is scraped off by the dealer, which in essence …

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The Sharing Economy Offers More Choices for Consumers

April 15th, 2014 - Comments Off on The Sharing Economy Offers More Choices for Consumers

The sharing economy has exploded. Everyone is looking to start a business in this new space.We have all these idle assets that can be unlocked and used differently. On a philosophical level, it’s all about sustainability. It’s very gracious to …

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How to Be a Successful Closer

April 7th, 2014 - Write a comment »

By Gurbaksh Chahal, Chairman & CEO at RadiumOne Everybody negotiates all the time. It’s part of everyday life. But most people just don’t have what it takes when it comes to getting the best personal outcome. They get jittery. They squirm. Some …

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