Why China's Economy Will Continue to Grow China's economic size will match that of the U.S. by 2035 and double it in total GDP by mid century, concludes Albert Keidel in presenting his new policy brief, China's Economic Rise-Fact and Fiction. Keidel and a panel of leading experts on China's economy and military discuss the success and substantiality of China's economic rise and addressed the U.S.
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How to Negotiate for a Raise Find out why women have problems asking for a raise in this episode of Daily Connections.
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Saving Money When Planning Your Wedding Although you want to have your dream wedding, it's not worth it to get into debt for it. In this video you will get some great tips on saving money in wedding planning.
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Money Saving Tax Tips Whether you're doing your own tax return or hiring someone to prepare it, money saving tax tips can be beneficial to us all. Learn about these tips in this episode of Daily Connections.
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Don't Be Afraid to Sell Losing Stocks American Independence Stock Fund co manager Jeff Miller on why it is important to cut your losses quickly even if it adds to portfolio turnover.
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How to Negotiate a Raise If you're trying to negotiate a raise, it helps to know how much your colleagues earn. Here's how to unearth that hard-to-get information.
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Airlines to Post Big Profits It is estimated that the top 5 airlines earned a combined $3.4 billion last year. Plus: Apple CEO Steve Jobs to take a second medical leave of absence.
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Starbucks' New Size: The Trenta Starbucks will debut a new 31oz. drink size for iced beverages called "Trenta." Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen reports.
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The Problems with the Single Payer Health System No more Band-Aids or patches, says Emanuel; it's time for a complete overhaul of health care as we know it. America spends more than $2 trillion on health care, more than any other developed nation.But money does not guarantee a better system. Instead, 47 million Americans go without insurance. In addition, many people suffer poor health, and often suffer financial difficulties as a result.Emanuel offers a bold new proposal to completely restructure our system, which he says will save money.
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Six Lessons from the 2010 Economy Morningstar's Bob Johnson says 2010 reinforced the importance of keeping a global mind-set, always digging behind the data (good and bad), and not losing sight of the consumer.
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How to Search for an Executive Sales and Marketing Job In Chapter 4 of 16 of his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, online media sales executive Geoff Hamm shares the job search process he uses to find great jobs. To identify an opportunity, Hamm looks for great product and compatible culture. Once he identifies these, Hamm then qualifies each using his business and personal network. This provides him honest insight, feedback, and introductions that further the matchmaking process.
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How an Account Executive Adapts Into Sales Manager Role In Chapter 7 of 16 of his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview, online media sales executive Geoff Hamm adapts from account executive sales roles into sales management roles. Hamm learns to let go of the hands-on sales elements and focus more on cultivating talent, encourage individuality, and foster growth in his team. Hamm applies a strengths-based skill building approach while finding resources to address weaknesses and gaps. This approach increases loyalty across the team.
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How to Navigate Corporate Restructuring In Chapter 9 of 16 of his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, online media sales executive Geoff Hamm shares corporate restructuring and reorganization lessons learned going through several mergers and acquisitions. Hamm retreats from decision-makers following personal agendas and instead seeks ways to align with customer focused factions. Hamm graduated from the University of Illinois and is now SVP of Sales at at Scribd in Silicon Valley.
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The Need to Prioritize Sales and Product Management Team Collaboration In Chapter 13 of 16 of his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, online media sales executive Geoff Hamm shares why he spends 30-40 percent of his time working with his product team. Hamm, an Internet ad sales veteran with 15+ years experience, emphasizes how condensed innovation cycles impact product feedback loops and release cycle times. Hamm graduated from the University of Illinois and is now SVP of Sales at at Scribd in Silicon Valley.
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How to Make Customers Business Development Partners In Chapter 14 of 16 of his Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, online media sales executive Geoff Hamm highlights how innovative industries create opportunities for customers to become new business development partners. Unproven technology products serving new markets offers existing clients to participate in the business development process. Hamm compares online advertising development to how Proctor and Gamble participated in the television advertising industry development.
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What is the Best Major for a Law Career In Chapter 1 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career advisor James McCormick shares what college students and recent college graduates should consider when preparing for and / or planning a law career. McCormick notes there is no preferred major when planning a law career. The only exception is if choosing a specialty field such as intellectual property law.
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How Working Before Law School Benefits Your Career In Chapter 3 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career adviser James McCormick shares how working with lawyers in arbitration and dispute resolution before applying to law school informed his career. Working directly with lawyers provides McCormick an on-the-job perspective that not only shapes his law school application decision but also, over time, his long-term career planning decisions.
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An Executive Recruiter's Career Advice to Young Lawyers In Chapter 4 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career advisor James McCormick answers what information would have helped him better transition from law school into his law career. McCormick notes the importance of building a professional network beyond your peer base from law school and work. He encourages young lawyers to do additional diligence to learn more about company cultures and job roles to make more informed career decisions over time.
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How Transferable Skills Help a Lawyer Change Careers In Chapter 5 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career adviser James McCormick shares how his experience working in employee benefits and compensation law prepared him for an executive recruiting career. Working with candidates, employees, hiring firms, and intermediaries, McCormick learns how benefits and compensation decisions are valued, negotiated, and made. James McCormick is a Vice President at Empire Search Partners in New York City.
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How Group Peer Relationships Impact a Legal Career In Chapter 6 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career adviser James McCormick highlights why shared start group experiences - the first-year experience at a firm or organization - create bonds and a support network. Going through things together forms supportive bonds that can provide longer term personal, professional, and financial support.
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How Young Lawyers Can Improve Career Planning In Chapter 7 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career advisor James McCormick James McCormick is a Vice President at Empire Search Partners in New York City. Before transitioning into legal career advisory services, McCormick practiced law as an employee benefits and executive compensation attorney for both Proskauer Rose and Jones Day. He holds a JD from Tulane University Law School and a BA in History from the University of Michigan.
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How to Maximize Law Career Potential In Chapter 8 of 12 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, legal career adviser James McCormick.
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