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Unpacking the GameStop short squeeze (access required)

Market watchers have been consumed by the extraordinary volatility in shares prices of certain public companies that were traded aggressively earlier this year, driving prices to unprecedented levels — at least temporarily. GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) quickly became a central ...

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How to practice humility while praising your team’s accomplishments (access required)

“I recently accepted a position as a team lead and have been gradually getting into my new responsibilities. So far, I have been surprised in meetings — how people seem to brag about what they’re doing, to the point where ...

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Understanding a short squeeze (access required)

If someone were to ask you what a short squeeze was, you might be tempted to describe it as a hug or a brief embrace usually associated with a greeting or a goodbye. In the investment world, however, a short ...

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Equipment and technology acquisition during economic uncertainty (access required)

Updated, efficient equipment is vital to the success of most businesses but acquiring equipment can be daunting even under the best of circumstances. Add to this a worldwide pandemic and economic uncertainty and many business leaders find themselves in unchartered ...

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How businesses can stay informed about NYS COVID-19 regulations (access required)

As New York authorities continue to closely observe each region’s infection rate to help slow the spread of COVID-19, businesses of all types are facing challenges keeping up with rapidly changing Executive Orders, state regulations and restrictions. While New York’s ...

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Navigating the pressures that accompany a post-pandemic world (access required)

“In every crisis, doubt or confusion, take the higher path – the path of compassion, courage, understanding, and love.” — Amit Ray The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world in many ways. The frustration of what constitutes the post-pandemic “new ...

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Leading to the power and promise of the digital health renaissance (access required)

We all know about the incredibly swift uptick and uptake last year of digital health, driven by necessity during the COVID pandemic shutdown. The healthcare sector, not known for rapid pivots or streamlined service, dove into adoption and effectively delivered, ...

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Opining on woeful Buffalo Sabres, Tiger, FitzMagic & March Sadness

The Buffalo Sabres recently announced they will begin allowing fans to attend home games at KeyBank Center, starting with the Boston Bruins visit on March 20. Which begs the question: Will anyone want to go? Through the first third of ...

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Economic shifts propelling downtown innovations (access required)

There’s no arguing with the fact that downtowns have been hit exceedingly hard by the pandemic. Hotels, restaurants and establishments that depend on in-person transactions have experienced significant pain, and their comeback will be difficult and prolonged. At the same ...

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A look at the agency and client-side marketing team partnership (access required)

Business owners and executives have long been debating whether or not to hire an internal marketing team or partner with an agency. On one side you’ll hear, “I don’t want to pay the agency fees, let’s start our own internal ...

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2020 income tax credit, program enhancements (access required)

Life as we knew it changed in 2020, so it’s no surprise tax legislation has continued to evolve for the 2020 tax season as well — and genuinely for the better, for many. While the enhancements may not be as ...

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