Anyone interested in the stability of the world economy can’t be happy with the Brexit mess. David Cameron took a political risk and it blew up in his face, while also offering a modern lesson of why Alexander Hamilton and James Madison were skeptical of letting the passions of the majority rule in any given moment.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump offered up a typical, idiotic and self-centered response.
In the interview above Meg Whitman explains the strategy that led HP to decide to break up. Her main point revolves around the concept of the need for companies to be nimble to react quickly to the fast-changing tech marketplace.
Her company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has just spun off its services business as well and is now focused on growth areas like the “Internet of Things.”
Fortune 500 CEOs prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by 58% to 42% as explained in this video. This shouldn’t be a surprise as Trump has sounded like an economic buffoon with statements about tariffs and negotiating down the national debt.
Actress Chloë Sevigny is known for her sense of style, so it’s no surprise that Jimmy Choo chose this lovely actress to star in its new ad campaign. The video above is very cool and the campaign features many classy photos of Chloë showing off the shoes:
Overpayments to employees and contractors cost companies millions of dollars each year, not to mention the problems that poor payroll management can cause with the IRS!
In order to keep your company’s payroll in check you need to get a handle on what is happening first. Our list of handy tips will help you do just that – let’s dive straight in:
1) Hand it over to the professionals
I know what you are thinking, “What kind of tip is that?” Well, in short, it’s the kind that could save you a whole lot of drama further down the line. Unless you have previous experience in accounting you are running the risk of falling foul of some of the details associated with payroll management.