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Lessons I Learned Today 6/1/09 – Maybe Father Does Know Best!

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.   *Want To Stay Motivated? Avoid Doing These 5 Things by Evan Carmichael  “Do

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Lessons I Learned Today 5/29/09 One Lawyer’s Guide to the Tortoise vs. Hare Race

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.   *Brand Protection Online: 11 graphic examples of brand abuse online The threat of

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Lessons I Learned Today 5/28/09 Take this Cupcake and Shove it!

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.    *Cupcake Trade Secrets Allegedly Stolen by Todd Sullivan The Las Vegas area’s trendy

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Lessons I Learned Today 5/26/09 – Create Your Own Second Life

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site. *Is Second Life becoming a First Business? By Adam Toren Second Life is a

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Lessons I Learned Today 5/25/09 – If Pavlov was an executive coach…

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.   *The Key To Keeping A Family Business Alive by Steven Berglas “Scads of

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Corporate Litigation as “Asset”

An article by Kate Ploud in the January edition of CFO magazine puts an interesting spin on how some look at the mass of corporate litigation in the United States. While much has been said disparaging the number of corporate

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Prosecutors Finally Find a Pretext; First TELCO Indictment Filed

Prosecutors have finally come up with an indictment in the first “pretexting” case brought under a federal law President Bush signed on January 12,2007, the “Telephone Records and Privacy Protection Act of 2006” (“Telco Privacy Act” or “Act”). The law

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