Editors Picks

Giving staff appreciation: The right time for the inspirational speech

Earl Furfine

I have the pleasure of working with some amazingly talented and intelligent individuals. We have what I feel is a great work-life balance. While we have had projects that challenge us from time to time, our current objective of pivoting from a professional services company to a product company has placed stress on areas from staff, corporate culture, family balance all the way to system architecture, development frameworks and delivery timelines. Hardly anything has not been affected one way or another.

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Looking ahead: Donald Trump, Ben Franklin and the future of taxes

In today’s ever-competitive environment, I would hope that the influence of both Ben Franklin and Donald Trump help you focus more on the day-to-day of operating a company. Collaborate with other like-minded business owners to ensure the success and viability of American businesses. Create jobs by staying one step ahead of our international competitors. Invest in technology, infrastructure and education for our American corporations.

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The Price brothers used pig noses and Philly can-do spirit to build a national advertising brand

You might not have heard of Oink Ink Radio, but you’ve definitely heard at least a few of the commercials being churned out by the brains of co-founders (and brothers) Dan and Jim Price. Oink Ink, which specializes exclusively in radio ads, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017. Over that time, the company has gone from occupying a tiny space at Philly’s legendary Baker Sound Studios to becoming a national player with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

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