Sarah Fister Gale is freelance business writer based in Chicago.
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Hot spots is an EIU research programme, which ranks the competitiveness of 120 of the world’s major cities.
By Sarah Fister Gale
Every drop of water on the pla...
In theory, free money in the form of grants, rebates and incentives to help businesses become more efficient is everywhere. But in reality, how do you get your piece of the pie?
The job-search tools are not just for job posts anymore.
The water's fine in the social media pool, but many companies are still afraid to allow workers to dive in. Experts say employers should take the social media plunge to buoy their brand and improve productivity.
Drought conditions and likely water restrictions and regulations promise to impact businesses throughout the country. But some companies, such as Frito Lay, Avon and General Electric, have already begun directing their efforts toward conserving water before the price inevitably grows to reflect its true cost.