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The best way to avoid hassles is to know your company policy. If shopping from work is prohibited, then don’t do it. No bargain out there is worth jeopardizing your job or antagonizing your boss. But there are alternatives. One is to get up in the wee hours of the morning, and do your online [...]
By Kirk Ladendorf AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF E-mail Print Larger Type Small Type In the fall semester of his freshman year at the University of Texas, Michael Dell got active in the computer business, mostly by putting together and selling upgrade kits for personal computer buyers many of them small-business people in Austin. “Business was kind of [...]
Q: We have a cable modem for Internet service in our home and use a wired router to connect PCs in four different rooms. My wife wants Wi-Fi so she can wirelessly download books to her Kindle e-reader. How can we get Wi-Fi in our hard-wired house? A: You can have a combined wired and [...]
Are you in the process of upgrading your Treasury Management System (TMS)? So are many other Global 1000 organizations. Dozens of multi-national corporations each year embark on treasury transformation projects. Some are seeking better information about offshore cash balances. Others are focused on hedging currency and interest rates. But one common consideration that all treasury project teams [...]
<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 13–> Skip the mall and the big box stores this holiday season. Stash your computer mouse in the drawer and spend your money with a local shopkeeper, the unsung heroes of the American economy. That’s the message of Small Business Saturday, the latest clarion call for shoppers after Black Friday and Cyber [...]