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Tecumseh Products Co. opens 35000-square-foot 'corporate think-tank' in ...
Michael Smith, the company's manager of global marketing communications and branding, said there has been no "large-scale restructuring" since the announcement in March, but that Tecumseh Products continually evaluates its staffing levels and makes ...
The Son Also Rises
During this time, Lincoln also became one of Chicago's top lawyers and most prominent citizens. He befriended the railcar king George Pullman and served as his legal adviser, eventually taking the helm of his company and presiding over its most ...
Colin Powell Exclusive: Advice For Entrepreneurs
Disappointments, failures and setbacks are a normal part of the life cycle of a unit or company. A leader has to constantly say, “We have a problem; let's go and get it”—and convey that attitude with passion and intensity.
The Slog to the Sea, Accompanied by Speeches of Unlikely Eloquence
William Tecumseh Sherman's victorious sweep through Georgia and the Carolinas during the latter days of the Civil War. The unmistakable wheeze of a sleeping patron is not unheard of at the theater, certainly, but never before have I felt envious of the ...
Before the Storm
William Tecumseh Sherman uttering these words with fierce determination. This sentiment however, flowed from the pen of a pragmatic citizen-soldier from New York City.
'The Bully Society'
Contrary to Cullen's suggestion, bullying and mental illness are not mutually exclusive explanations of the 2007 Virginia Tech attack.
Books With 140 Characters
I run a book club. It's a highly democratic operation, and the members choose what books they want to read. What with varying tastes and all, building a consensus can prove challenging.
US|Birthplace of Memorial Day? That Depends Where You're From
WATERLOO, N.Y.: OFFICIAL RECOGNITION Col. Lars Braun, who had just returned from 14 months in Iraq, in a Memorial Day parade in 2008 with his daughter, Rachel.
Former Employees Feel Silenced on Library Project
Some business employees of The New York Times are asked to sign nondisparagement agreements when they leave the company but journalists are not.
Procedure key to response to rail hazmat emergency
Lowman said that between BNSF and Union Pacific, the two major railroad companies move about 2 million hazmat shipments annually throughout the U.S.