When Should You Collaborate and When Should You Compete?

Today's Small Business News from Inc - 12 hours 39 min ago
You collaborate to discover, but compete to develop and build
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How Your Company Can Keep Up With Analytics Trends

The future of analytics isn't in monitoring; it's in fueling actions. To survive, you'll need to use your skills to get people to take action.
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Want to Fix Your Relationship With an Infuriating Co-worker? Try This 1 Thoughtful Method

Today's Small Business News from Inc - 15 hours 34 min ago
This approach will help you improve any relationship in life, too.
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5 Reasons the Tech Industry Has Got to Stop Being so Bro

The industry is all the damage to so many and one unnecessary personal implosion after another.
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How Great Leaders Manage Fear and Use It to Build Better Teams

Sometimes the voice telling you to be afraid is a legitimate warning, but it can also indicate that you are on the right track. Managing it can be a effective leadership tool.
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The World's Largest Fintech Created a P2P Liquidity Market - Really

Ant Financial's investment platform has a neat solution liquidity problems for investors: a peer-to-peer, secondary marketplace.
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5 Strategies That Will Help Stop Burnout From Hitting You Hard

There's no rule that says you can't try to take your entrepreneurial passion part-time.
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UMMS officials tell legislature they support increased regulation of board

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
Representatives from UMMS said business deals in question for "conflicts of interest," do not necessarily indicate wrong doing by system board members.
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Exclusive: Vegan chef Matthew Kenney to open two restaurants at 414 Light Street

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
Two vegan restaurants will open this summer in the 44-story 414 Light Street tower at the Inner Harbor. Chef Matthew Kenney just signed a deal with Questar Properties to open Plant Food + Wine and Double Zero. Both plant-based restaurants are expansions of Kenney's businesses in New York and Venice, California and will total 4,500 square feet of space off Light Street with additional dining space outdoors. Kenney is principal of Matthew Kenney Cuisine, an international culinary enterprise. His…
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How to Attract the Kind of Positive 'Press' That Also Boosts Your Bottom Line

Donations. Green Initiatives. Even building wells in Africa can get your company the positive attention you crave.
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Shankara Cosmetics moving HQ to Glen Burnie

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
Shankara Cosmetics, a high-end natural cosmetics company, is moving its corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant from to Glen Burnie from Texas. The 18-year-old company will open in the Cromwell Business Park at 899 Airport Park Rd. this summer where Shankara leased 8,200 square feet and will have a 15-person workforce. Ajay Tejasvi, Shankara's president, said Friday the company is relocating to the East Coast in order to expand and take advantage of a proximity to Baltimore/Washington International…
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The Most Important Question You Could Ever Ask Yourself, According to Oprah

Ask this question with ultimate sincerity, and the answer will emerge.
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These are the world's highest paid golfers

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
An advantage of living in Maryland is the variety of golf courses –– from mountain views in the western part of the state to waterfront courses along the Eastern Shore. With nearly 200 courses, Maryland’s golf industry generated a total economic impact of $1.3 billion, supporting nearly 14,700 jobs with $407.6 million of wage income, according to We Are Golf’s Golf 20/20 economic report. In 2010, the most recent year available, the size of Maryland’s direct golf economy was approximately…
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The List reranked: Maryland's most challenging golf courses by yardage

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
If the length of your golf course matters to you, you might want to play Lodestone Golf Course in McHenry. With sweeping views of mountain ranges and Deep Creek Lake, you can play for 7,475 yards from the highest-rated men's tee. That makes it the longest course in Maryland. Below, you can read more about Lodestone and the four other longest courses, reranked from this week's List of most challenging golf courses in Maryland. The List of most challenging golf courses in Maryland is ranked by Maryland…
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The Takeaway: Alcohol-infused ice cream company creates a buzz

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
Carroll County-based Arctic Buzz currently has seven regular flavors, which range from 6.6 to 8.6 percent ABV.
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Viewpoint: What I learned from majoring in entrepreneurship

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
The support I received from the entrepreneurship community at TU gave me the internal strength and courage to overcome my self-consciousness and to take positive risks that have paid off.
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How the University of Maryland Medical System can work to repair its brand

Baltimore Business Journal - Fri, Mar 22, 2019
"Lots of major brands have weathered some kind of crisis and have been able to recover. The public moves on pretty quickly. And soon enough, there will be some new crisis on people's minds."
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