4 Highlights from Ruby’s 2022 Call Trends Report

Did you know? 92% of phone calls a business receives represent opportunities—opportunities to win, retain, or lose business, strengthen customer connections, and more. Yeah, I had no idea either. That is, I didn’t know until a few months ago, when we started working on Ruby’s first-ever call trends report. We analyzed two years’ worth of […]

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Younger people getting ‘squeezed’ the most by soaring rents, Bank of America data show

As rents continue to rise, consumers are beginning to feel the squeeze, a report notes. Analysis of dollars spent on Bank of America credit and debit cards in July by the Bank of America Institute found that median rent payments paid increased by 7.4%, as compared to the previous year. Median rent payments are ticking […]

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Charles Barkley Still Doesn’t Want to Be Your Role Model

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You don’t have to be an NBA fan to recognize Charles Barkley. Indeed, Sir Charles doesn’t need the pretext of a ring to be the people’s champion: Between his past as an athlete, his present titles of entertainer, ad man du jour and an indispensable ingredient within […]

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Eight Types of Company Missions These Entrepreneurs Think Are Vastly Overrated

What’s one example of a common company mission that you think is overrated, and why? What should replace it? These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most successful young entrepreneurs. YEC members represent nearly every industry, generate billions of dollars in revenue each year, and have […]

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Here are some stock moves to consider now that inflation has eased up, says Jefferies

After Wednesday’s downside inflation surprise rallied stocks and ushered the Nasdaq COMP, +2.89% out of a bear market, some may be wondering if a meltup is around the corner. Futures are pointing to more gains, as investors are also waking up to more good news on falling US gasoline prices (see below). But should investors […]

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I Thought My Mission Could Carry My Business, But I Needed a Good Product Too

In 2017, I was living in Malawi, a small landlocked country in South East Africa that—although geographically stunning and full of smiles—is also among the poorest countries in the world. After first visiting in 2012, I instantly fell in love with the people and decided to move here full time to learn from and invest […]

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Learn Graphic Design Fundamentals for Less Than $30

Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. In today’s crowded marketplace, it is important to understand the power of design and branding. How you present […]

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Veteran strategist Dennis Gartman says it’s still a bear market with no Fed pivot in sight.

As the market heads into the new week, the attention is still very much on Friday’s jobs report showing an unexpected 528,000 increase in nonfarm payrolls. “It was quite a surprise to me,” said Dennis Gartman, the retired publisher of the Gartman letter and now the chairman of the University of Akron’s endowment and investment […]

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