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Lynn Russo Whylly

March 2015: Large Mid-Market Firm CEOs Are More Confident Than Their Smaller Company Peers

For four out of the last five years, CEOs of mid-market companies with more than $100 million in revenue had the most confidence in their expectations for overall business conditions a year from now as compared to their smaller-company peers. They also scored higher than the average of all CEOs surveyed. In March 2015, CEOs of larger mid-market companies rated their confidence level in how they ...

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The New Economics of 3D Printing

Webinar Stratasys

The dawn of additive manufacturing is here and it is no longer being used simply for prototyping. Companies such as Boeing are using it for full production runs. 3D is resulting in both supply chain compression and product innovation. To prepare for this disruptive technology, learn what is likely to happen in the future and what you can and should be doing about it today.

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JetBlue CEO Marty St. George Talks About the Challenges of Cutting Costs

In a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal, Marty St. George talks about the hard decisions he’s had to make to get JetBlue profitable. Cutting legroom, charging for bags. Analyst reports in the media of these events have hurt the brand’s street cred with customers, but he’s not worried, he tells the Journal. “I think that will be a non-issue once people see ...

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4 Alternatives to Sharing Stock

Webinar VisionLink

Value sharing attracts the best talent and magnifies results. Effectively designed value-sharing plans reinforce the company’s business model, protects against bad profits and promotes good profits. It also promotes an ownership mindset and builds trust while accelerating results.

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