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.
A recent article posted on Forbes online by Natalie MacNeil with the above headline asserts that a “quiet revolution is taking shape right now among women,” as they are leaving the workplace to go home—not as homemakers, but as entrepreneurs.
Dick and Doug DeVos Inducted into DSA Hall of Fame; Amway Co-Founder Rich DeVos Presented with Lifetime Achievement Award
The United States Direct Selling Association (DSA) released the topline results of its Annual Growth & Outlook Survey, which shows U.S. direct sales totaled $29.87 billion in 2011, a 4.6 percent year-over-year increase from $28.56 billion in 2010.
The industry’s most unique events, VideoPlus University and SUCCESS University, attracted more than 500 executives to 2012 Right Ideas Right Now, two full days of sharing and learning in downtown Dallas April 16-17.
Amway is investing nearly $180 million to significantly expand U.S. manufacturing and processing capacity to meet growing global demand for its top-selling NUTRILITE™ brand of vitamin, mineral and dietary supplements.
The United States DSA issued the following statement on Monday, May 9.
Just days after announcing a record first quarter of $964.2 million in net sales—a 21 percent increase over the prior year period—global nutrition giant Herbalife entered into an agreement with Merrill Lynch International to repurchase $427.9 million of Herbalife’s common shares.
Primerica, Inc., the Duluth-Ga.-based financial services marketing company, recently sponsored a major policy forum entitled "Are the Joneses Keeping Up? Middle-Income America's Search for Financial Security" that included a panel discussion on policy prescriptions designed to lead to greater economic security for middle-income families.