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Apr 16 2015
How are We Linked Together?

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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On Friday, April 10, I attended a LinkedIn training session. I’ve used the site for a few years now. I have a completed profile and have connected with several people. However, technology is constantly changing. It is nice to learn new things about the web site and start using new techniques. LinkedIn is truly amazing.

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Mar 12 2015
The Importance of the Press

By: John Karasinski Category Business Advice

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Daniel S. Hoops, B.M.A., J.D., LL.M., Associate Professor, Accounting & Taxation writes on the importance of the press, and the lesson that good media is good business, while bad media is bad business.

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Mar 5 2015
Luck of the Business Major

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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The way we do business is changing. With laptops, smart phones, and tablets we have the ability to work remotely from home, on the road, or in the air. Is this luck?

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Feb 20 2015
Past, Present, Future - The Renovation

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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By now I’m sure you’ve noticed something going on at the Troy campus. The west side of the building (near Livernois) is under renovation. The construction project encompasses distinct pavilions with a business-communication focused Student Success Center, a student lounge, welcome center, updated student services/administrative work space, and refreshed look for portions of the existing building.

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Jan 5 2015
January 1: Resolutions

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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“Five, four, three, two, one… Happy New Year!” As I reflect on 2014, it was a good year. Lots of trips: Holland (Michigan) to see the tulips, the UP (Pictured Rocks, White Fish Point), Grand Rapids for ArtPrize, Nashville, Mammoth Caves, and Austin/San Antonio. The highlight for the year was when I was selected as an honoree for dBusiness "30 in their Thirties." The 2014 holiday season for many of us was a whirlwind. The family gatherings are now done. We are all stuffed, shopped a little too much, and have made our toasts. Final part of the holidays we all talk about: New Year's resolutions. Are New Year's resolutions made to be broken? Not the way I look at it.

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