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Digital Transformation in Business in 2022 and Beyond: These Are the Key Trends

Digital Transformation in ActionBusinesses will need a clear roadmap for the deployment of new technologies to help them survive and prosper, whatever social and economic headwinds they may face in the future.

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Digital Transformation in 2022 and Beyond: These Are the Key Trends

Digital Transformation in ActionBusinesses will need a clear roadmap for the deployment of new technologies to help them survive and prosper, whatever social and economic headwinds they may face in the future.

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The World’s 25 Least Admired Companies

Many companies that rank among the least admired have struggled financially in recent years, even before the COVID-19 pandemic shook the world’s economy. CEOs are well compensated, and investors expect executives running large companies to innovate, anticipate market trends, and ensure the company is profitable. These companies’ CEOs have often failed in their duties.

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A Personal Note to Introduction to Business Instructors

Please read this personal note to all Introduction to Business instructors.

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How to Answer Your Students’ Questions about Cryptocurrency

Here are seven things your students may ask you about cryptocurrency, along with the answers. 

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Investopedia: Cryptocurrency

Forbes: What Is Cryptocurrency?

The Motley Fool:  Cryptocurrencies Explain in Plain English

 

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4 Things a Financial Planner Wishes She Could Tell Her Clients about Crypto Before They Invest

The author, financial planner Anika Hedstrom With over 4,000 types of cryptocurrencies in circulation, it's hard to know where to start. Here are four things I'd love to tell every single one of my clients, ideally before they invest in any type of digital asset. 

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How Much Money Does It Take to be Happy?

"A decade ago, a study from Princeton University made headlines for showing that an income level of $75,000 per household was the sweet spot for happiness, and that earnings above that level, surprisingly, did not result in additional boosts. New research, though, finally calls this premise into question."

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A Letter to All Introduction to Business Instructors from Bovee & Thill

Bovee & Thill Letter

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Artificial Intelligence: Drive-Throughs That Predict Your Order?

Burger King "Inspired by pandemic lessons that kept customers in cars, chains are adding more lanes and curbside pickup, improving apps and testing menu boards that use artificial intelligence."

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