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Brinly-Hardy’s 175th Anniversary Catalog Wins 40th Annual Graphic Awards

Brinly-Hardy’s 175th Anniversary Catalog Wins 40th Annual Graphic Awards

A company’s catalog can make or break marketing efforts. A bad catalog may drive potential customers away, while a good one can inspire brand loyalty and drive sales. The importance…

Struggling to Find a Job? It Might be Because of Your Tattoo

Struggling to Find a Job? It Might be Because of Your Tattoo

You’ve got a great education, great work experience, and great references. The employer seems to be impressed., but there’s just one thing keeping you from landing your dream job: The…

Roofing Repair Scammers Target Elderly Across the Country

Roofing Repair Scammers Target Elderly Across the Country

Roofing repair scams continue to be a problem plaguing homeowners across the country — especially for the elderly. The scammers, posing as door-to-door roofing contractors, will rip homeowners off by thousands…

Five Reasons You Should Outsource Your Digital Marketing

Five Reasons You Should Outsource Your Digital Marketing

Many companies believe is absolutely necessary to outsource any activity which is not core to their business. Outsourcing digital marketing services allows companies to focus on their specialty, while maintaining a…

Why Content Marketing Doesn’t Mean You Should Abandon Traditional Advertising

Why Content Marketing Doesn’t Mean You Should Abandon Traditional Advertising

With its long-term value, content marketing has quickly taken over traditional advertising methods as the preferred way to reach target audience. With a well-executed content marketing strategy, businesses can educate consumers on…

PA State Police Lawsuit Alleges Employment Discrimination Against Women

PA State Police Lawsuit Alleges Employment Discrimination Against Women

This past Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the Pennsylvania State Police for violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The lawsuit alleged that the…

Pregnancy is Not to be Taken Lightly in the Workplace

Pregnancy is Not to be Taken Lightly in the Workplace

Earlier this year, when Officer Lyndi Trischler of the Florence, KY police department asked her supervisors if she could beassigned light-duty work as her pregnancy progressed, she was denied. Though this…

New POS Malware Targets Small American Businesses

New POS Malware Targets Small American Businesses

According to CNBC, TechTimes, and a variety of tech-centered news sources, there is a malicious software making its way into retail POS systems and stealing sensitive information without being detected by most…

U.S. Durable Goods Orders for Manufacturers Increase in June After May Declines

U.S. Durable Goods Orders for Manufacturers Increase in June After May Declines

This June, the manufacturing sector in the United States saw a greater number of orders for jetliners, machinery and other long-lasting durable goods. The United States Commerce Department views this as…

New Jersey Car Dealerships Required to Pay Settlement for Deceptive Business Practices

New Jersey Car Dealerships Required to Pay Settlement for Deceptive Business Practices

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has obtained a settlement of $1.8 million, not including consumer restitution, from eight automobile dealerships and their two owners. The case, in which the state…