New stopgap bill expected to keep government open through Dec. 20
Congress appears poised to pass a continuing resolution funding the government through Dec. 20 to avoid a government shutdown ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
How to Deal with an Unhappy Customer
No matter how hard you try, not all clients will be happy. No entrepreneur wants his or her customers to be unhappy. Not to mention tha...
Seven Tips to Deal with Unhappy Customers
A good response to a customer complaint ensures you’ll receive that complaint only once.
White House says it wants to keep government open, will find other ways to fund border wall
Sarah Sanders: "At the end of the day we don't want to shut down the government."
How to Deal With an Unhappy Photo or Video Client
It's going to happen. You're going to mess something up or you're going to get the impossible-to-please client. Knowing how to deal with the inevitable when it hits is key to preserving both your business and your sanity.
How to Deal with Unhappy Customers on Social Media
Here are some simple tips on how to deal with unhappy customers or fans on social media.
Federal Government Opens and Debt Ceiling Deadline Avoided
Late Wednesday night, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reached a deal that would reopen the Federal Government and lift the debt ceiling, t…
How to Deal With Work-Related Unhappiness
Face it: Nobody likes a whiner. For that matter, slamming down a file you’re returning, shooting death-ray stares across the conference table, or “accidentally” forgetting to tell...
Pact Will Keep US Government Open Through Dec. 20
A top House lawmaker announced Tuesday that Congress will pass a temporary spending bill to keep the government running through Dec. 20, forestalling a government shutdown as the House turns its focus to impeachment hearings.
Shark Tank: SiliDog Creates Shark Feeding Frenzy, Accepts Deal from Lori Greiner for $100,000
Last into the tank is Mikey Lickstein of SiliDog, seeking $100,000 of 15 percent equity. SiliDog is the silent pet tag. No more jingles whenever your pet moves! The silicone tags also never fade, glo…
Waukegan inks 10-year deal to keep Genesee Theatre open
Waukegan renewed its long-range commitment to the Genesee Theatre when the City Council approved a deal that extends the building's lease with its oversight board for a decade.
5 Reasons a Top Employee Is Unhappy and Quitting Their Job (and How to Deal With It)
Attracting talented employees is vital for the success of your organization. Keeping them happy is every bit as important.
Tony Blair asked government officials to keep lucrative deals a secret
Tony Blair personally asked government officials to keep details of lucrative post-Downing Street advisory work hidden from the public, The Telegraph can disclose.
Tips to keep your real estate deal on track
After languishing on the market for months, a buyer has finally signed a contract to purchase your home. Think congratulations and Champagne are in order? Or try this scenario: After months of open...
Top Brokers at Credit Suisse Unhappy With Wells Fargo Deal
Dozens of top brokers from Credit Suisse‘s U.S. private-banking unit are unhappy over their proposed recruitment by Wells Fargo, creating an opening for rival brokerages to poach them.
Why They Keep Trade Deals Secret
Thousands of people recently demonstrated in Brussels against free trade deals negotiated by the EU.
Why Indian Deals Are Hard to Keep Quiet
Mergers and acquisitions between companies often thrive on secrecy but the companies involved in deals can also benefit from leaks.
How to keep government IT work forces productive
Alan Engler of Nexus Connected GovEd offers his views on recruiting and retaining the government IT work force in 2015.
Why accepting the Iran nuclear deal is a no-brainer
A U.S. rejection of the plan would accelerate, not slow, Iran's development of a nuclear weapon.
What trade-offs will the US accept for a trade deal with China?
Weekly Market Compass: Assessing the state of trade, and six events to watch this week Time to read: 4 min Two key risks — trade and central bank normalization — have had an outsized impact on global stocks for more than a year (sometimes positive and sometimes negative). This past week saw developments in each of these key issues How close are we to a trade deal? In my travels over the past week, the most common question I received is, “How will…