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Are Your Jobs Indexed in Google for Jobs? Jobiak’s New Tool Has the Answer

Startup Jobiak’s sole mission in life is to make sure your jobs show-up on Google for Jobs. I covered it last month and I also interviewed them on The Chad & Cheese Podcast. “With Google for Jobs, Google has completely...
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The Netflix, Disney, Zee effect

From: Buisness-standard By Vanita Kohli-Khandekar Recommended by: business-standard “My words fall on deaf ears,” says Punit Goenka, managing director and chief executive officer (CEO), Zee Entertainment Enterprises. He is talking
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You Need the ‘Informal Leaders’ to Get Things Done

Everyone is familiar with the term C-suite. The C-suite is populated with the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer… The list goes on and on. The people who inhabit the C-suite are the formal leaders of the
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Why Naresh Goyal should meet Nusli Wadia

From: Buisness-standard By Anjuli Bhargava Recommended by: business-standard So, GoAir bid goodbye to Jyri Strandman, its chief operating officer (COO), and speculation was rife on whether he was asked to go or had quit. Since
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Retiring at 65 Is So Last Century

Have you heard about this group yet? Respectful Exits calls itself the “organized voice of aging workers,” and it aims to give voice to a group that is often forgotten (except in the most legalistic way) in the whole question of...
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Papa John's founder used the n-word on a conference call

If you haven't already, it's probably time to reconsider your trash pizza alliance: According to a report from Forbes, John Schnatter, the founder and former CEO of Papa John's, used the n-word during a conference call in May. The call, which was
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If tech CEOs were Founding Fathers, here's who they'd be

It's time to celebrate America. What better way to cheers to the old white men who created America than to honor the middle-aged white men who still control it? Of course, in America today, some of our politicians don't command much reverence or