Many companies recognize the importance of promoting better physical health and wellness for their employees.
Now some of these same firms are joining a growing number of employers that also help workers better understand their personal finances and improve their fiscal fitness.
It’s no secret that personal financial issues can significantly impact employee job performance.
Boston-based LogMeIn Inc. said Monday that it cleared a significant regulatory hurdle in its trek to merge with Ft. Lauderdale-based Citrix System Inc.’s GoTo business in a deal valued at approximately $1.8 billion.
LogMeIn (Nasdaq: LOGM) said that it received U. S. Federal Trade Commission clearance for the merger. The combined company is expected to have annual revenue in excess of $1 billion with more than 2 million customers in virtually every country around the globe, the companies said in…
Dr. Christopher Kaeding for the past decade has urged Ohio State University to take advantage of a growing academic medical center and dominant athletic programs to become a national leader in sports medicine research and treatment.
That ambition now has a home with the opening of the Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute, a $45 million, 110,000-square-foot outpatient facility of Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.
An early 20th-century building with a deep industrial past is poised to come back to life with a focus on 21st-century technology and business sectors.
The Buffalo Planning Board has approved a proposal by developer Rocco Termini to convert a former Linde Co. plant — and later home to Ontario Equipment Co.
Kentucky Kingdom says 2016 was a record year for attendance — mostly because of out-of-state visitors.
In a news release, the Louisville amusement park said it had attendance of 800,000 for 2016, an increase of more than 200,000 from last year.
The company said the majority of the increase is attributable to out-of-state visitors.
One of the axioms of the entrepreneurial community is that the working world consists of two basic types of people: born entrepreneurs and born employees.
I don't think it's necessarily that simple, but it's true that the vast majority of people go to work for a fairly set number number of hours each week and they receive benefits and a paycheck.
Thank goodness for the natural employees, because the rest of us business owners, no matter how big or small, need staff.
So what distinguishes the "born…