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How Construction Companies Can Increase Profitability Through Cash Flow

Traditional lending for small businesses leaves much to be desired. For one, it is expensive. Businesses such as construction companies rely on loans to complete projects as they are required to invest capital upfront to order supplies. Business lines of credit from traditional banks or credit unions charge interest rates ranging from 3% to 25% Read more

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How Construction Companies Can Increase Profitability Through Cash Flow
Traditional lending for small businesses leaves much to be desired. For one, it is expensive. Businesses such as construction companies rely on loans to complete projects as they Read more
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Zero Trust Progress: The Best Defense Is a Good Offense
 Business, As Usual, Is No Longer an Acceptable Cyber Defense The way the adage goes is that the best defense is a good offense and in wake of the latest cybersecurity data Read more
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What Growth in the Temporary Health Insurance Market Means for Providers
 A recent study indicates that temporary health insurance plans will become growingly popular throughout the next several years. ExpertInsuranceReviews.com health insurance expert Read more
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The Challenges of Working Capital for Small and Mid-Size Construction Businesses
Record inflation, rising interest rates, and myriad supply chain issues are an amalgamation of challenges for any business in today’s climate. For small and mid-size construction companies, Read more
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The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022
As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the Read more
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The Challenges Brought by a Cooling Housing Market
With the hot housing market that erupted during COVID-19, experts are starting to say we are “cooling off’ and trending toward a housing recession, reported Michael Bergin, Read more

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How Construction Companies Can Increase Profitability Through Cash Flow
October 3, 2022
Traditional lending for small businesses leaves much to be desired. For one, it is expensive. Businesses such as construction companies rely on loans to complete projects as they are required to invest capital upfront to order supplies. Business lines of credit from traditional banks or credit unions charge interest rates ranging from 3% to 25% Read more
Zero Trust Progress: The Best Defense Is a Good Offense
September 30, 2022
 Business, As Usual, Is No Longer an Acceptable Cyber Defense The way the adage goes is that the best defense is a good offense and in wake of the latest cybersecurity data breaches of Last Pass and Apple, the offense in question is facing deeper scrutiny. According to a NextGov report, most government agencies are ahead of corporations in Read more
What Growth in the Temporary Health Insurance Market Means for Providers
September 28, 2022
 A recent study indicates that temporary health insurance plans will become growingly popular throughout the next several years. ExpertInsuranceReviews.com health insurance expert Melanie Musson urges insurance providers to develop plans to meet this area of growing demand. Temporary insurance provides an important bridge between traditional Read more
The Challenges of Working Capital for Small and Mid-Size Construction Businesses
September 23, 2022
Record inflation, rising interest rates, and myriad supply chain issues are an amalgamation of challenges for any business in today’s climate. For small and mid-size construction companies, any of these issues are difficult to manage, let alone face all three. Throw widespread labor shortages into the mix, and the situation doesn’t get any easier.   Raising Read more
The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022
September 20, 2022
As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the charge, with over 42,000 workers in the U.S. tech market cut in 2022. There is still plenty of good news for the overall job market. Rachel Neill, with Carex Consulting Read more
The Challenges Brought by a Cooling Housing Market
September 20, 2022
With the hot housing market that erupted during COVID-19, experts are starting to say we are “cooling off’ and trending toward a housing recession, reported Michael Bergin, Co-Founder, and VP of Platform at Higharc, a platform for home building design, construction, and sales. Housing market analyzer and owner of Zelman & Associates Ivy Read more
What a Supply Side Recession Means For Labor
September 19, 2022
A Goldman Sachs report from August 2022 indicates the U.S. could slip into a recession by the middle of 2023. However, they predict a mild recession that would see only a 1% increase in the current unemployment rate. Unlike demand-side recessions that hit the economy hard, often resulting in layoffs, Zaid Rahman, Founder & CEO of Flexbase, Read more
Stenograph® Announces MAXScribe™ Version 3.0, Allowing Users to Provide Real-Time Services
September 16, 2022
PRESS RELEASE  SEP 15, 2022 10:00 CDT ----------------------------------------------------- DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., September 15, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Stenograph, LLC, the leader in legal transcription technology, has announced an important update to MAXScribe, the first and only software offering multi-channel recording, annotation, Phoenix Automatic Read more
Adobe Agrees to Buy Software Design Startup Figma for About $20 Billion
September 15, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Adobe Inc. agreed to buy software design startup Figma Inc. in a deal valued at about $20 billion to help it expand tools for creative professionals. The deal announced by Adobe, which is a mix of half cash and half stock, confirms an earlier Bloomberg report and would mark the biggest ever takeover of a private software company, according Read more