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Get insider business school-style training from home for $34.99

Get insider business school-style training from home for $34.99
Get insider business school-style training from home for $34.99

TL;DR: Better your business with the Ultimate All-Access Business bundle ft. an award-winning business school professor for $34.99, a 98% savings as of July 9.

Going to business school doesn’t come cheap. Depending on where you go, earning an MBA could set you back between $100,000 and $200,000, reports Investopedia. It also translates to a major time commitment — something that can feel daunting and downright intimidating to someone who’s already working a full-time job.

The good news is that if you still want to learn new business skills without going

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Big business, political strategy and corporate involvement in US state politics

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Protesters rally to have Colorado’s then-incoming governor put an up-to-nine-month moratorium on oil and gas development. Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images

Political spending by corporations is big business.

As one corporate executive with experience in business-government relations says, “A company that is dependent on government that does not donate to politicians is engaging in corporate malpractice.”

Our research group heard that statement during a series of interviews with industry insiders that we conducted for a study on corporate political strategy and involvement in U.S state politics.

In the 2018 election cycle, for example, private interests spent US$500

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Royal Mail to cut 2,000 jobs as virus hits business

Royal Mail is to cut 2,000 management jobs as it struggles to deal with the effects of the coronavirus crisis.

The cuts, about a fifth of the company’s management roles, aim to save about £130m in costs from next year.

Royal Mail said the pandemic accelerated the trend of more parcels and fewer letters being sent, and it had not adapted quickly enough to that.

The company’s challenges have included former boss Rico Back making a surprise exit from the business in May.

The job losses will hit senior roles hardest, with half of them set to go, and will

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The advertising business incentivizes segregation: industry veteran

The senseless killing of George Floyd by three members of the Minneapolis Police Department has sparked a wave of protests across the globe, shining a light on systemic racism in the U.S. Many businesses across the country have taken a stand in the Black Lives Matter movement, with some brands going as far as changing long-standing logos and slogans with problematic, racial implications. Brands like Aunt Jemima (PEP), Mrs. Butterworth (CAG), and Uncle Ben’s have announced that they will be rebranding and replacing their racist brand names and logos. 

Ending systemic racism may prove especially difficult for the advertising industry,

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Business leaders, MPs and sports stars back Telegraph letter urging Government to close lockdown gender gap

Prominent names have backed a letter published in The Telegraph urging action to halt the effect of the pandemic on women
Prominent names have backed a letter published in The Telegraph urging action to halt the effect of the pandemic on women
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Britain risks “sleepwalking” into another economic problem by “overlooking women in the recovery plan”, Dame Helena Morrissey warns today as she joins over 50 business leaders, MPs and senior figures in fashion and sport in calling on the Government to take concrete action to halt the long-term effect of the coronavirus pandemic on women. 

In a letter to the editor of the Telegraph, which you can read in full below, some of the

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