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The Impact of Losing an Executive


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The Impact of Losing an Executive

Every enterprise has select individuals who are ultimately responsible for building shareholder value, company growth, corporate culture and the vision for the future. If anything happened to them, how difficult would they be to replace?

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Insider Tips for C-Level Summertime Entertaining

Whether it’s at the golf course or your summer retreat, at a country club reception or the VIP chalet your firm is hosting, summertime brings an uptick in business-related social activities. Here are some tips on how to maximize C-level summertime entertaining and have a good time while still conducting business. 

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Popular Summer Vacation Spots for CEOs

Still trying to decide where to take your family or go yourself on a summer vacation? Here are some great ideas from CEOs' and other executives' plans.

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The 5 Best—and Worst—Drinks to Order at Business Dinners

Wine is a popular alcoholic beverage of choice for business dinners. However, not every CEO wants to order it at every such event. For those business dinners when you prefer a cocktail over wine, here are the 5 best drinks to order—as well as the 5 cocktails to avoid ordering at all costs, if you want to make a good impression.

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6 Ways to Stop Stress from Leading You to Desperate Measures

The latest suicide of a top executive—in this case, that of former Zurich Insurance CEO Martin Senn—begs the question of how leaders can better grapple with the stress and loneliness at the top that comes with their position.

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Finding your Balance: Running your Company Without Running Yourself into the Ground

As the founder and CEO of two successful companies before the age of 30, my learning curve was nothing but steep. I started Dane PCG, a NYC based affordable housing brokerage, in 2008 and by 2013 founded Saxon/Hart, an event production firm that focuses on causes to create a social impact. But despite the continued success of both my companies, I found myself struggling under their weight. I wanted to be able to say you can do it all, but it just wasn’t proving true.

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Luxury Watch-Makers Join the Smart Watch Game

The multi-functionality of smart watches makes them a good fit for busy CEOs, but the latest options—some of which will make their debut this week at the Baselworld Watch and Jewellery Show in Basel, Switzerland—have a different twist. That is, manufacturers of luxury watches have jumped on the smart watch trend, melding smart watch innovation with high-end features typically found on more traditional luxury timepieces.

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Countdown to April 15: What You Need to Know About Paying Nanny Taxes

Nannies, personal assistants, senior care providers, housekeepers, and chauffeurs… these are just a few examples of the more than 700,000 workers we hire in our homes nationwide. They help take care of our children and aging parents, manage our estates, and even assist us while traveling and managing our businesses. Hiring a household worker likely means you’ve become a domestic employer, making you responsible for collecting and submitting “nanny taxes” on their behalf.

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