Apple CEO Tim Cook's Apology: the Good, Bad & Ugly

Apple screwed up, and admitted it. Here are some of the highlights–and low lights–of Tim Cook’s ‘We fell short’ letter. Companies are composed of people, and people make mistakes. It’s a simple syllogism, but it’s often easy to forget: companies–even Apple, the world’s largest–can totally screw up, too. Of course, that’s what happened when Apple…

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Any business man has to read keys to successful business or shut down your shop

Test Your Business Skills For many entrepreneurs, starting a business is the easy part. The challenge really begins with how to grow it into a real company. Here are 10 rules that every startup should follow to grow its business profitably. 1. Thou shalt watch thy cashflow. Remember that sales are vanity, cash is sanity. The…

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INDIAN INC. MUST LEARN DEATH BENEFITS PAY TO DEAD EMPLOYEES.

Google death benefits pay dead employees’ families for 10 years   NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Google treats its dead employees better than some companies do their living workers. Google’s unusual “death benefits” include paying the deceased’s spouse or domestic partner 50% of their salary for 10 years, the company’s “chief people officer” Laszlo Bock revealed…

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