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Commentary: Take weddings one at a time

Nearly one-fourth of American engagements occur on Valentine’s Day. That number might be higher this year with it being on a Saturday. Many of those couples will be out on dates with plenty of liquid courage to help them along. ...

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Commentary: All the small parts can have a large impact

2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the Selma marches and the Voting Rights Act. In honor of the occasion, I stepped out to see the critically acclaimed film “Selma.” The movie offers a hard and close look at our nation’s ...

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Commentary: How to motivate the millennials you manage

What motivates millennials? This question puzzles many managers, who watch as their newest employees relentlessly browse social media, constantly check their cellphones, ask for a lot of direction and reassurance, and seem to be less committed to their organization than ...

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Commentary: Finding value in sunny Paris

I was spending the day at Marché aux Puces, the antique flea markets of Paris. Also known as the “Puces” or “MAP,” it hosts 14 named market areas that offer an authentic and one-of-a-kind atmosphere. The market, steeped in history, ...

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