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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.

6 Leadership Lessons from What Happened in Super Bowl 50

Super Bowl 50 was light on offensive scoring, overall execution and spectacular plays. But it was the biggest defensive struggle in the Big Game in some time, so it still made for an intriguing contest until the Denver Broncos finally put away the Carolina Panthers in the fourth quarter and won, 24-10.

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New Hampshire Dynamics Shift in Wake of Last GOP Debate

In their last scheduled debate as a group, pretty much every Republican presidential contender on Saturday doubled down on the characteristics they already had established in previous debates and on the campaign trail.

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Camped on Wall Street: Financiers Become Central to Clinton, Sanders Debate

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders finally squared off in a debate only against each other on Thursday evening in New Hampshire, and their main argument was over Wall Street: Would financiers have too much influence with Clinton for her to operate independently as a president?

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How 3 CEOs Are Solving Their Own Skilled-Worker Shortage

Many things keep manufacturing CEOs up at night, but one of the most nagging is the challenge of ensuring that they’ve got enough skilled workers to keep the machines running in the future.

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B2C Manufacturers Pivot to Providing Services in Addition to Products

From the International Consumer Electronics Show in January to an ongoing pilot laundry service in Chicago’s trendy Lincoln Park, manufacturing CEOs increasingly are directing their companies to leverage a number of factors in support of service-based strategies, from digital connectivity to the increasing desire by consumers for reliable brand names that can take more of the burdens of everyday life from them.

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