Tag: "Management"

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NAICS and SIC lookup tools

NAICS and SIC lookup tools

Free NAICS Look Up Here   Code Industry Title Count * 11 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 553,089 21 Mining 37,980 22 Utilities 37,198 23 Construction 1,837,665 31-33 Manufacturing 762,551 42 Wholesale Trade 934,882 44-45 Retail Trade 2,205,534 48-49 Transportation and Warehousing 564,978 51 Information 409,285 52 Finance and Insurance 816,335 53 Real Estate Rental and […]

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Western Governors assert State rights – 8 new Policy Resolutions regarding Resources, Waste and Revenues

Western Governors assert State rights – 8 new Policy Resolutions regarding Resources, Waste and Revenues

Western Governors approve resolutions on water, radioactive waste, mine reclamation, Secure Rural Schools Western Governors have announced eight new policy resolutions on a variety of issues that range from water to radioactive waste, bonding for mine reclamation to Secure Rural Schools. The new resolutions approved by the Governors were announced by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, […]

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NIST – Risk Management for Info Tech Systems

NIST – Risk Management for Info Tech Systems

Risk Management for Info Tech Systems Risk Management for Info Tech Systems – View PDF 1. INTRODUCTION Every organization has a mission. In this digital era, as organizations use automated information technology (IT) systems1 to process their information for better support of their missions, risk management plays a critical role in protecting an organization’s information […]

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CFPB Oversight & Transparency Concerns

CFPB Oversight & Transparency Concerns

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), week in review: June 17 – June 21, 2013 Partnership between CFPB and City of Boston Allows Residents Easier Access to Bureau On June 18th, the CFPB and City of Boston unveiled a partnership aimed at providing residents instant access to the CFPB by dialing the Mayor’s 24 hour […]

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Other of Interest 5/8/12

The financial service industry is facing solemn challenges which is rooted in incessant imbalances, coupled with long term low interest, rise in asset prices and huge savings and credit imbalances. A reliable report predicted that these business and financial trends will definitely lead to a constant risk to the market. Provided below are key trends, which investors, employees and leaders in the financial service arena have to reckon, for purposes of laying down ideal strategies in the future.

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Make Money Saying Thank You

As a business grows, sometimes business owners tend to forget the most important part of their business – the customers. The danger with this is that the business can become just another faceless unit that customers deal with. The average consumer does not become a repeat customer, so it can be really, really hard to encourage repeat purchases. This phenomenon is what makes grizzled old veterans of the business milieu would tell you that spending on marketing and advertisements to keep existing customers is much better than the seemingly Sisyphean act of trying to gain new customers.