Posts Tagged “editor’s notes”

Editor’s Notes July 10, 2012: The Elusive Secret of the Follow-Up

by Beth Connolly on July 10, 2012

How can you follow-up without being overly annoying or aggressive?

Beat the Heat: Editor’s Notes, July 9, 2012

by Beth Connolly on July 9, 2012

A list of resources if you’re struggling to keep your productivity up during the heat wave.

Editor’s Notes, 6/20/12

by Beth Connolly on June 20, 2012

Is bottoming out a good thing? Today, the Wall Street Job Report examines that question. In our current economy, almost everyone has suffered setbacks of some kind. Not everyone lost their job and was forced to look for a new (…)

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Escaping The Gloom of a Layoff–Editor’s Notes, May 30, 2012

by admin on May 30, 2012

A layoff is like a breakup. Right after it happens is not the best time to make decisions that will shape your future.

Why Facebook Fell Flat–Editor’s Notes, May 18, 2012

by Beth Connolly on May 18, 2012

Today was Mark Zuckerberg’s big day. He rang the bell at the opening of the Nasdaq stock exchange this morning, and his stock debuted at $38 a share around 11AM.



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