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It’s not just employees who have been exhausted by the past few years.
The rise of inflation and the unease over climate change are fueling the growth of groups designed to help people share goods rather than buy them.
Companies are using a new tactic in their attempts to attract workers during the labor shortage.
In our latest 21 Hats Podcast episode, the owners discuss their bonus and management strategies.
For many big corporations, inflation is less of a problem and more of an opportunity to raise prices and increase profits.
In a webcast last month, a Chinese pitchman known as the ‘lipstick brother’ sold $1.9 billion worth of merchandise in a single day.
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