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Inventors routinely believe they were the first to think of their great idea. They are not routinely correct.

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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said the huge increase in expenses was for 'growth we need now and in the future.'

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Taking your time to get back to that very promising applicant? You're making a big mistake.

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Disneyland is not only a place for kids and adults to have fun. It's an exceptionally well-run business that any entrepreneur could glean valuable information from.

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The company reported a loss, a co-founder left and the stock nose-dived.

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Finding the right fit can be the fuel that ignites personal passion, and that's exactly what you want from the people at your business.

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Talk about a great payday.

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Your business plan isn't a romance novel, so don't depend on just your passion to get investors interested in reading it.

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The Windows 10 desktop. So the day is finally here. Microsoft today launched Windows 10 giving the millions of people who own Windows 7 and 8 computers a chance to obtain for free to the company's latest operating system. Now the questions that remain are: should I upgrade to Windows 10, should [...]

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You might also be surprised to learn that kindness carries with it a significant return on investment (ROI). Kindness is too often taken for weakness. It’s refreshing to see someone become so successful while maintaining a kind demeanor.

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High stress levels and spikes in anxiety impair concentration and creativity. Relaxing for a few minutes before you make that sales call, or calming yourself down before you give an important presentation, could be key to peak performance.

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Forbes annual report card on the business climates of the 200 largest metro areas.

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The No. 1 FORBES Top College 2015 is Pomona College, followed by Williams College and Stanford University. The highest rated public school is the University of California, Berkeley. This ranking is based on an ROI scale, with points for low debt, high graduation rates, student satisfaction and career success.

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Stop thinking of Silicon Valley as an engineer's paradise. There's far more work for liberal arts majors -- who know how to sell and humanize.

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As app development explodes on campuses, three Tufts undergrads may have just created an Instagram for music lovers.

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Organic agriculture is an unscientific, heavily subsidized marketing gimmick that misleads and rips off consumers. The federal government should stop promoting and subsidizing it.

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Your PC may be doing something behind your back...

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Chaldeans Hopeful About New El Cajon Police Chief
By David Najor :: Friday, April 25, 2008 :: 22011 Views :: Article Rating :: Law & Order, Business & Finance

California, USA – Less than a week after his swearing in ceremony, El Cajon, California’s new police chief, Pat Sprecco,  has been the talk of the town in the Chaldean business community.   Chief Sprecco replaces Cliff Diamond, who retired Friday and was a strong supporter of business safety and crime prevention. 

"My goal of course would be to address crime issues in El Cajon, to make it a safe and as pleasant a community for folks to live in," Sprecco said.

Chaldean business owners are eager to hear from the new police chief and learn about any new initiatives in preventing and protecting small business owners in the city.  “We know Captain Sprecco, well now chief,  is experienced, highly qualified, and respectful of small business owners.  We look forward to his support and leadership,” said Kalla, who’s family owns Bay Liquor in El Cajon.

Sprecco worked his way through the ranks of law enforcement in El Cajon.  He began as a volunteer cadet in his mid teens, a stint at Grossmont College as a campus security officer for a few year, and a few years later he was hired on as a rookie officer for the El Cajon police.  Public service surges through Sprecco’s veins.  Both Sprecco’s parents were reserve police officers, His father was a reserve El Cajon police officer, and his mother was a reserve sheriff's deputy. His brother, son, son-in-law, and several cousins all work in law enforcement.

Chaldean business owners have long faced challenges of crime in the city.  Many hope Sprecco can bring a brighter focus to the issues and a stronger relationship with the small business community.  The business community along with El Cajon residents remain concerned about the growth of gang activity, broken homes, and school violence that spills out into the community say business leaders.