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How to Optimize Costs and Growth with Demand-Based Approaches

For many companies, cost-cutting efforts quickly translate into a competitive “race to the bottom” in which retailers, manufacturers and consumers alike all lose out on greater growth and access to exciting innovations. It’s a dangerous cycle, but it doesn’t have to happen.

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Safety First: 6 Ways to Build A Culture of Accident Prevention

Based on recent OSHA data, severe workplace injuries happen every day, but a new OSHA study projects that more than 50% of severe work-related injuries in 2015 went unreported. In an effort to increase reporting and thereby reduce accidents, OSHA has issued new guidelines and a 400% increase in the maximum fine for failing to report work-related severe injuries.

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The Benefits of Membership-Based Private Aviation


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The Benefits of Membership-Based Private Aviation

From pricing to flexibility to concierge services and an easy-access mobile app, membership-based private aviation gives CEOs the ability to minimize time spent between meetings and events so they can keep their businesses running. We spoke with President of Wheels Up, Robert Garrymore, about the benefits of membership-based private aviation.

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Tips for Gauging Your Supply Chain Risk and Resilience

With supply chain risk changing daily, business leaders should keep on top of where their presence—and their risk—is the strongest, and determine where changes should be made.

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Chartering Business Aircraft Gives LaBov a Tool for Talent

Fort Wayne, Indiana is a great place to live, but traveling anywhere from Fort Wayne can be problematic. That was Barry LaBov’s dilemma when he opened the doors of his small marketing communications firm, LaBov Advertising, Marketing and Training, in 1980.

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Sabin Metal Corporation: How Business Aviation Refines Sabin’s Quality of Life

East Hampton, New York, located on the southern tip of Long Island, is a two- to three-hour drive to the New York-area airports. That didn’t deter Andrew Sabin, chairman of Sabin Metal Corporation, the largest privately owned precious-metal refiner and recycler in the U.S., from establishing the head office of his 70-year old company in this small village. “I came out here as a quality of life decision,” says Sabin.

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How to Prepare for the Trans Pacific Partnership

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The recent Business Roundtable CEO Economic Outlook Index reveals that executives have upbeat projections about the Trans-Pacific Partnership with a majority reporting that it would have a positive effect on their ability to "grow my company and become more globally competitive" and to "expand U.S. operations."

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