In a recent article on the Huffington Post website, Stanley Litow offered his thoughts on how corporate responsibility and business strategy should be woven into an integrated approach to make the world a better place.
He's known to millions worldwide as the sexy lead singer of the popular rock band Bon Jovi, and as a versatile actor who has appeared in such films as U-571 and Pay It Forward.
Neways International, a global leader in dietary supplements and personal-care products, recently announced that Scott St. Clair, Neways' current CEO and Chairman, will be named Executive Chairman, and that a committee of Board of Directors will work with St. Clair to undertake an external search for a new CEO.
To honor the companies who achieve a ranking on the Global 100 list, Direct Selling News, the leading trade publication for the direct selling industry, hosts an annual celebration and awards dinner. Video of the keynote address by Amway President Doug DeVos and special Bravo Award recognition to ViSalus, Nu Skin and Amway is now available through this link.
One of the unique characteristics of direct selling is that it has no boundaries when it comes to age. Whether you are a teenager or octogenarian, you have the same opportunities as everyone else to build a successful business.
Direct Selling Executives Come Together with Largest Attendance in DSA History
Direct sellers take note: More than half of the nation's Millennials are looking to break free from the bonds of Corporate America and start their own businesses.
The cosmetics market, which represented 36 percent of global direct sales in 2010, continues to do well in the United States in spite of the ongoing recession.
A new book by Peter Weddle, the former CEO of Job Bank USA, Inc., opines that the standardized testing amped up in schools after the 2002 No Child Left Behind Act has possibly had more negative impact than good on America's workforce.
A recent segment of The Today Show addressed the idea that with the economy still reeling and job opportunities less available, many stay-at-home moms—as well as working women—are considering starting their own businesses.