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CEO’s salaries have rationale

The typical American today believes that a CEO is paid too much for the work they do. They hear stories about the 1 percent twiddling their thumbs at work and getting loads of extra money they do not deserve. Though the reasons can be hard for the average citizen to ...

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Withrow addresses College of Business

The APSU College of Business hosted a speaking engagement for the school’s accounting students. The guest speaker was Brad Withrow, a member of APSU’s College of Business Advisory Board. Withrow is also an alumnus of APSU graduating in 1988 as an accounting major. The College of Business introduced Withrow to ...

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Adulting 101: Dressing the part (for men)

Last week, we took some time to talk about dress standards for women. This week it is the men’s turn to stand in the spotlight. I know, some of the women reading this just rolled their eyes: men have it so easy because they don’t have as many options, but ...

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Give Us Our Thanksgiving Back

  ​Thanksgiving, the holiday that most people skip. Some go from taking down their Halloween decorations to putting up their Christmas tree. Mankind has seemed to forget about this holiday that we call Thanksgiving, and because they have forgotten it, it has made businesses forget it too. It’s November, which ...

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Shades of discrimination

Businesses should have a right to choose who they serve as long as they do not discriminate against a person’s race, gender or sexuality. The question of whether the government should allow  businesses to pick whom they provide service to has been highly debated recently. Indiana’s governor signing Senate Bill ...

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If you ink, your career will sink

Getting permanent tattoos is a risky move that should avoided, as it will affect a person’s future success in the employment world. Tattoos are a type of body art that can express a person’s originality and show their personality. However, seen in the eyes of employers, tattoos are viewed as ...

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