Monday, April 27, 2015 Iyyar 8, 5775
There's a reason frequent business travelers have earned the nickname "road warriors." Business travel can be stressful - dealing with increased airport security; being in a new city every week; feeling pressure to get the sale; having no time to eat right or exercise; spending restless, sleepless nights in noisy hotel rooms. But experienced men and women develop their own...
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Michael Trantas, JE Feature
Picture this: It's the weekend and you're on your way to the Jersey shore for some quiet time at the beach. On the way there, you pull out your cell phone, type a text message and send it to "Home" so the air-conditioning and lights are on when you get there. Then, you send a message to your other home...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Many of us in this country, and certainly in the Delaware Valley, long for the day we can be in business for ourselves. That fact was quite evident recently as dozens of men and women sat in the auditorium of the Federal Reserve Bank in Center City recently minding their own businesses - asking questions and helped along by the...
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Joel L. Naroff, JE Feature
The good news is that the labor market is solid; the bad news is that the labor market is solid. And while that may sound like an economist joke, it isn't. What should make us all smile is that the economy is now an efficient job-creation machine: U.S. businesses and governments added a very respectable 211,000 new positions in March...
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Craig G. Langweiler, JE Feature
The savings habits of American consumers raised eyebrows in 2005 when it was widely reported that the personal savings rate tracked by the Commerce Department actually fell to zero. It seemed like an event with potentially ominous repercussions, especially when you consider that Americans saved 10.8 percent of their after-tax income in 1984. That rate has been drifting downward ever...
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