People who negotiate on their home turf, a location they know and are comfortable in, fare significantly better in reaching a deal than visitors unfamiliar with the locale, according to a new study.
You may love retailers in Limerick, Exton and King of Prussia that offer hot-off-the-runway clothes at low prices, but manufacturers who cater to "fast fashion" may only be hurting themselves, a study says.
Job seekers who dream of joining a start-up company, hoping it will become the next Starbucks or Google, should carefully consider the risks and rewards of change, one business expert says.
Growing consumer demand for convenience is a driving force behind a decade of changes in grocery retailing, like those occurring at the Route 422 "Gateway At Sanatoga" complex, according to a new report.
Small business owners who want to avoid costly mistakes will find it pays to consult with others, new research from the University of Cincinnati shows.