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Nonprofit Management: Applying Christian Servant Leadership

Despite some similarities, Christian servant leadership is only superficially related to a secular understanding of servant leadership. Robert Greenleaf, a Quaker who had a 38-year career at AT&T, first coined “servant leadership” to refer to leaders who put other people’s needs, aspirations and interests above their own. They serve others…

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Identifying Market Trends: How to Read Candlestick Charts

Candlestick charts were developed in Japan during the 18th or 19th century. Introduced to the West by Steve Nison, candlestick charts can be used by investors and financial institutions for all time frames and markets. Day traders and long-term investors use them for the stock, forex, futures or commodity markets,…

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Indiana Sports Business: Analyzing The Pro and Collegiate Market

At the professional and collegiate level, Indiana sports teams have loyal fan bases and rich histories. Yet, with the exception of the University of Notre Dame, teams haven’t reached their full economic potential. Recent developments could change the landscape. Indiana colleges have landed near record-level deals, and Indiana pro sports…

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How to be a Better Business Owner

Starting a small business can feel like the fulfillment of a lifelong dream, but it’s important to do it right. Successfully running a business takes more than just passion; it takes knowledge and skill as well. The good news is, these are skills that can be learned. And for those…

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Made in America: How Companies Are Responding to Customer Demand

According to the Department of Commerce, the manufacturing sector lost 2.3 million jobs between December 2007 and February 2010, accounting for more than a quarter of all lost jobs in the United States in that time. During the recession, manufacturing accounted for half of the total drop in gross domestic…

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