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Dale Buss
Dale Buss is a long-time contributor to Chief Executive, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal and other top-flight business publications. He lives in Michigan.

5 Leadership Lessons from the Super Bowl Coaches


Super Bowl 50 may be determined by whether the electrifying offensive weapon of the Carolina Panthers, quarterback Cam Newton, can impose his will on the stultifying defense of the Denver Broncos. But before the game unfolds in San Francisco on February 7, the two coaches who have led their teams to the NFL championship game already have created some worthy lessons in leadership and management.

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Sanders Scores Against Clinton with Economic Criticisms

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders traded their most pointed criticism of each other in the Democratic Presidential-candidate debate on Sunday evening, and – true to their focus during the campaign so far – they mostly tilted on economic and other domestic issues. Another new aspect of the event was that, for the first time, the Democrats garnered significant viewership, with ...

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China Is Focus of Economic Arguments by GOP Debaters

In a debate that was widely described as the most effective yet for the leading candidates, GOP presidential contenders on Thursday evening spent their minutes attacking one another and Democrats, and hotly argued about national security and guns—but talked little of the economy, even as Wall Street continued to tank and new questions arose about the momentum of the U.S. recovery.

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