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5 signs your business is ready for a business line of credit
Every business needs to remain nimble. Conditions change. Opportunities arise. Cash flow zigs — and then zags. When you need to access cash for the unexpected or to finance ongoing expenses like inventory, a business line of credit can be the perfect solution. 1.  Growth mode With the economy rebounding after the pandemic, many business...
New Mac upgrade program arrives for business partners
Apple has apparently introduced a business-only program that enables members to obtain and eventually upgrade computers for a relatively low monthly fee. A tweet from writer Max Weinbach shows an image of Apple’s “New Mac Notebook Upgrade Program” promotional material that popped up for a customer with access to a business portal (via MacRumors)...
TreeHouse sees private label market regaining its stride
OAK BROOK, ILL. — It took a global pandemic to trip up the North American private label market, but now it is starting to regain its stride and respond to a strong consumer demand signal, according to Steven T. Oakland, president and chief executive officer of private label product manufacturer TreeHouse Foods, Inc.“Private label was built on a com...
Appliance Business Cast Off by GE Thrives Under Chinese Ownership
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—When General Electric Co. agreed to sell its appliance unit to a Chinese manufacturer in 2016, the future wasn’t clear for the business, its workers or the tens of millions of U.S. households owning GE appliances. Nearly six years later, GE Appliances is growing, having increased its U.S. market share every year...
Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will step down as head of the social media platform he co-founded a decade and a half ago, the company announced Monday.Parag Agrawal, a board member and former chief technology officer, was appointed CEO effective immediately, and Dorsey will remain a member of the board until his term expires at next year's stockholders' m...
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