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Food banks across the country have been noticing a trend since President Donald Trump was inaugurated in January. In recent weeks, outlets including the Washington Post, The Nation and NPR have reported that outreach workers and enrollment assistants...

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Iran says Russia can use its military bases 'on case by case basis'

Atta Kenare | AFP | Getty Images An Iranian woman and her son walk past Shahab-2 (L) and Shahab-3 missiles on display in front of a large portrait of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in a square in south Tehran. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told Reuters on Tuesday that Russia could use Iranian military bases to launch air strikes against militants...

What do Trump and Greece's Tsipras have in common?

Olivier Douliery | Pool via Bloomberg | Getty Images President Donald Trump, left, speaks to members of the media as U.S. Vice President Mike Pence stands at the Oval Office in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, March 27, 2017. At first glance, the two politicians seem worlds apart:...

Brexit: Food chiefs warn on EU tariffs

Image copyright Getty Images Farmers, supermarkets and food suppliers have called on Theresa May to secure a free trade deal with the European Union after Brexit. Industry bosses said failure to do so could harm the...

Egypt's former leader Mubarak freed, six years after overthrow

Mohamed Abd El Ghany | Reuters Supporters of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hold up his pictures as they wait for him to be transferred to a court, in front of Maadi military hospital in Cairo, Egypt, March 2, 2017. Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian...

The Top 19 Bad Leadership Traits

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Good leaders may also exhibit bad leadership traits every now and then. But if a leader consistently exhibit bad traits, then you better do something about it because the organization may suffer because...

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Leadership Styles – Autocratic Leadership

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An autocratic leader is one who makes unilateral decisions, meaning to say, deciding based on his own judgment and does not invite opinions from others. Also known as a dictator, his words are, metaphorically speaking, law to those under his charge, to be obeyed without debate. Though not always so, an autocratic style of leadership is commonly used alongside...

Leadership – Contributing Factors That Make an Exceptional Leader

There are many contributing factors that lead to effective leadership. Every successful business owner knows that the biggest reason for their success is great leadership. While not everyone possesses the characteristics necessary to...

Leadership in Sports

Growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, sports were a huge part of my life as a child, and continue to be today. Back in those days, the only Detroit sports team that could actually be considered competitive was the Detroit Red Wings. Throughout...

How to Determine Small Business Size

Among the things that an entrepreneur needs to have in mind is, the size of the small business they hope to set up. The size is important when it comes to issues like financing and management. The Small Business Administration agency...

6 lessons adults can still learn from ‘Mister Rogers’

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Hi neighbor. You cannot say those words, even many years since Fred Rogers last created new TV shows, without knowing that they’re from Fred Rogers. That gentle voice with the slight drawl soothed...

Capitol Report: Kushner’s attempt to tame bureaucracy may run into same difficulties Clinton faced

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Getty Images Former President Bill Clinton in 1996 touts his “reinventing government” project. Now Donald Trump is taking...

A family earning over $105,000 still can’t afford more than half of U.S. colleges

The bulk of colleges are unaffordable for most families, even taking financial aid and student work into account. That’s according to an analysis published Thursday by the Institute for Higher Education...

In One Chart: The Dow’s tumultuous 120-year history, in one chart

Getty Images The U.S. won the space race against the Soviet Union by landing on the moon first in 1969, but on Earth, the...

PaycomVoice: Employee Productivity: Here's What Really Matters

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Today’s business leaders are dealing with a lot. Along with the technology-shaped elephant in the room, the increase in internal business collaboration (50 percent in the past two decades), the change...

PaycomVoice: What Do Millennials and Today's CEOs Have In Common?

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HR industry experts have devoted a lot of time and research into demystifying millennial employees, only to discover that this younger generation has more in common with mature, seasoned employees than...

JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Why I'm A Feminist

By Ross Brown I’ve always known strong women in my life. My first influence was my mother who broke the mold after the Korean War by attending Emory Law School. She was one of two women in her class;...

Mitsubishi Heavy IndustriesVoice: The Power Of Offshore Wind

There is little debate that the U.S. power grid, in the years to come, will continue to be a combination of fossil fuels and renewables. This energy mix is arguably the best way to sustain the world’s...