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Mannatech has announced plans to transition the entirety of its business into a social entrepreneurship model.


As a result of its annual customer satisfaction survey, J.D. Power and Associates has named Ambit Energy "Highest in Residential Customer Satisfaction with Retail Electric Service in New York.”


Mary Kay in Dallas and Thirty-One Gifts in Columbus, Ohio, have both been crowned local winners in the second annual Social Madness competition.


Shares in Nu Skin rose 19.2 percent yesterday, posting the largest percentage increase of the day at the close of the New York Stock Exchange. The stock started the day up 79 percent since the start of 2013, and its $79.36 closing price marked an all-time high for the company’s shares.


Would you like to see 9 out of 10 consumers recommend your brand? New research from the UK’s IAB Social Media Council, conducted by Marketing Sciences, found that 90 percent of consumers would recommend a brand after interacting with it on social media.


When Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital Management launched his attack against Herbalife at the close of 2012, he apparently hoped to take down a very large, very successful company that he alleged was using a questionable business model.


Avon has sold Silpada Designs for $85 million to the company’s co-founders and their families. Jerry and Bonnie Kelly, along with Tom and Teresa Walsh, reacquired the company through new entity Rhinestone Holdings Inc.


Richard A. Henderson, Publisher at Home Business Magazine, recently highlighted some of the advantages that attract many modern professionals to direct selling.


The conference theme “Celebrate” had wide-reaching application during the DSA Annual Meeting, held June 9-11 at the JW Marriot Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix.


In his book The Lean Startup, author Eric Ries introduced readers to “the pivot,” a term he uses to describe “the idea that successful startups change directions but stay grounded in what they’ve learned. They keep one foot in the past and place one foot in a new possible future.”


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