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  • window installation service

    How to Choose the Best Window Installation Service

    With all of the options out there in the marketplace, how do you know if you’ve found the right window installation service provider? Maybe you are thinking of a DIY project as well. The value of proper window installation is a great savings to your energy bills and heat efficiency for the long run. Learn […]

  • business of medicine

    The Business of Medicine

    As much as medicine and healthcare exists to service humanity, there is no doubt that it is a massive segment of the business world. By the year 2040 alone, the healthcare market will be an $8.3 trillion market – and that’s just in the United States. Let’s take a deeper dive to learn more about […]

  • The Inflation of Higher Education

    How far does a university degree get you? If you think you’ll automatically earn a better job, status, and higher pay, congratulations. You’ve bought into the myth. Higher education in America is a bubble. There are exceptions, of course. What Big 3 consulting firm can argue with a Harvard MBA? But by and large, the […]

  • 10 Ways Social Media is Changing Advertising

    10 Ways Social Media is Changing Advertising Social media is more widespread now than it has ever been and it just makes sense the corporations are getting interested and more involved. Businesses see this as a way to keep better tabs on their target market, engage with potential customers, and more. You can learn about […]

  • 6 Steps to Take before Starting a Business

    This is a guest post by Carol Roth. Are you tired of working for someone else? Do you think starting your own business could get you off the unemployment line? Think again. The failure rate for new businesses within the first 5 years is as high as 90 percent. Before you decide to join the […]

  • How To Decide Whether or Not to Outsource Your HR Department

    Finding all the paperwork in your business a hassle? Struggling to keep up with the mountain of management associated with employing people that isn’t directly related to the work they’re doing for you? Then you might want to consider a professional employer organization (PEO). A PEO essentially takes over the HR functions of a business […]

  • best small business pritners

    The Best Small Business Printers: How to Choose?

    Having lots of options when trying to make a buying decision can sometimes be a double edged sword and it is easy to get lost in the details. What’s worse is that you might just make a snap judgement as an afterthought, leading to suboptimal business decisions. Enter the small business printer market. You’ll be […]

  • Best Intranet Platform for Small Business

    The Best Intranet for Small Business

    The watercooler and the conference room are well-known landmarks in the geography of a workspace. One is a place for socializing—the glue that sticks a team together—and the other, ground zero for planning and executing your business goals. An intranet platform is equally important for the modern small business, functioning a bit like a conference […]

  • 7 Best Shredders for Small Business

    7 Best Shredders for Small Business

    A shredder is one of those often overlooked office technologies like copiers and intranet platforms. A good paper shredder fits seamlessly into your work environment to prevent identity theft and keep junk mail from cluttering your space, but a bad shredder wastes your time and can even pose a safety risk.  TB’s Picks for Best […]

  • pneumatic tubes

    Pneumatic Tube System: How Business Moves in Hospitals

    If you’re in need of critical care within hospitals, you’d be grateful to know that the pneumatic tube system is hard at work. These tube systems allow a speedy and reliable flow of essential materials throughout a hospital campus. Learn more about pneumatic tube systems in the infographic below: Source: Swisslog Healthcare

  • Small Garage Startups

    11 famous garage startups that now rule the world

    Million and billion dollar companies had to start somewhere and in the technology field that “somewhere” is often an unsuspecting garage. But it’s not just tech companies like Hewlett Packard and Apple that started in garages. Toy companies, motorcycle businesses, a nationally recognized candle company, and other popular companies also come from humble beginnings. While Hewlett Packard […]