Articles by author: Courtney Johnson

How to Be Your Own Healthcare Advocate

While healthcare in the United States is often the topic of a heated political debate, there is one subject within it that irks patients and healthcare practitioners alike: time. One of the Read more


How Improving Door Security Can Help Protect Schools
June 30, 2022
With every school shooting that occurs within the United States questions around security arise. How do we, as a society, protect our children when they are at school? How do we ensure that in an Read more
The Petroleum Industry Gets Pumped for API 610’s 12th Edition
June 30, 2022
The pump industry’s popular standard for petroleum, the API 610, recently released its 12th edition. Simon Bradshaw, Global Director of Engineering and Technology for Trillium Flow Technologies, filled host Read more
Building Relationships the Family Way
June 30, 2022
Is it time to reveal some family secrets? Greg Crumpton navigated some familiar waters with his latest guest, his sister, Angela Leissa, or as Crumpton calls her, Dr. Leissa. Leissa, a retired Primary/Secondary Read more
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Predicting Consumer Behavior and Recruiting Employees Are More Similar Than You’d Think
February 2, 2022
On MarketScale's newest retail-focused podcast, Point of Scale, host Courtney Johnson sits down with retail leaders in order to understand the challenges they face throughout their sales cycle Read more
Will Transaction Fees in Retail Payments Go Extinct?
January 7, 2022
  The majority of the world's 2.8 billion credit cards are issued by just four powerhouses, and within that, it's really a fight among the top two: Visa and Mastercard. Read more
81% of Retailers Planning to Encourage Customers to Shop Online Rather Than In-Store
November 14, 2021
  We are at the finish line to prepare for Black Friday 2021, and retailers have been sweating bullets over whether aisle shelves would be stocker or not, and if the supply Read more