Thinking of spending the big bucks on renovation projects to get your home ready to sell? Before you hire that contractor, you'll want to know which home renovation projects are actually worth it. Will that kitchen upgrade give your selling price the boost you expect? Can you afford to skimp on landscaping?
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In the business world, you will often hear owners live by the phrase, "If it is not broken, do not fix it." It is either they have zero ideas of how beneficial upgrading their company's system is, or perhaps they just want to save when money.
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Businesses that have attracted lots of positive media coverage and are also affiliated with high-status venture capitalists or underwriters may seem like poster children for corporate success. But new research from the University of Notre Dame shows this kind of attention may be too much of a good thing.
Making it as a business owner is no easy feat, with modern companies being constantly forced to cut costs and make disruptive changes to their plans in order to remain profitable in the face of fierce competition. Unfortunately, one of the earliest casualties in any business’ efforts to cut its operational costs is insurance, which many entrepreneurs deride as being largely unnecessary for the wellbeing of their business.
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