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3 Ways You Can Expand Your Business Into New Areas

More CEOs and business chiefs today are exploring a wider range of opportunities for their companies than they’ve ever considered before. That’s one conclusion of the recently completed 18th Annual Global CEO Survey by PwC. More than half of CEOs surveyed (56%) believe it’s likely that their companies increasingly will compete in new industries over the next three years. Three in 10 entered a new sector or sub-sector in the past three years, and 21% have considered doing so.

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The Pros and Cons of Obama’s Corporate Tax Plan

President Obama and Congressional Republicans could come together around some version of the new plan in his budget bill for overhauling U.S. corporate taxes and linking it to boosting infrastructure spending. But CEOs and independent analysts see plenty of potential complications before any agreement that could significantly address both of these pressing national economic issues.

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Kai and Zen: 5 Steps to Making Good Change Stick

Change is inevitable and it's hard, but how you lead it sets the tone for your entire organization. While achieving short-term deliverables is possible using fear as your dominant motivator, the probability of making long-term improvements stick from short-term thinking, or from too big of an improvement project, is nil. That kind of change is bad. Make change good however, and the corresponding improvements become sustainable, and appreciated by those whose lives are influenced by it.

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What is “Marketplace Lending?”

“Marketplace lending” describes a set of market-making services that match individual borrowers to lenders through an online platform that underwrites the loan and facilitates the transaction without the involvement of traditional banks or credit card companies.

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