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Leading a team during various situations – good times, challenging periods, times of great change – takes a variety of approaches.
Dec 19, 2013 – by Andy Cohen
Earlier this week, pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline announced that it will no longer pay doctors for speeches or promotions of any kind.
Big Opportunities Abound In Pharma For Promo Product Sellers »
Dec 19, 2013 – by Counselor
Marketers will have a potentially powerful new medium for reaching target audiences: Video advertisements embedded in Facebook users’ news feeds.
Could Fetch $8.4 Billion Per Year In Revenue »
Signaling confidence in the continued recovery of the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve announced it will begin paring the bond-buying program that it has used to stimulate growth.
Most Significant Decision By Fed In 2013 »
A duffel cooler, sport flyer and tote bag are among the top 20 promotional products of 2013.
Buyers Rated These Products The Highest »
A new measure introduced by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and co-sponsored by five other legislators would ban companies from conducting credit checks on most prospective employees.
Bill Named The Equal Employment For All Act »
Dec 17, 2013 – by Counselor
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is calling for federal reforms to ban a list of potentially dangerous chemicals that are often found in children’s products.
Many Popular Toys Could Be Toxic »
Heading into 2014, U.S companies are the most bullish they’ve been about first-quarter hiring in six years, according to a new survey.
Best Since 2008 »
Flashlight maker Maglite announced last week that it will be entering the ad specialty industry as a supplier firm as of January 1, 2014.
To Be Called Maglite Promo Direct »