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4 TIPS TO NAVIGATING TOUGH MARKETS FOR EVERY ENTREPRENEUR

There has been increasing talk of a burgeoning recession, whether because of a historically rare decade-long economic expansion or recent reports of an inverted yield curve, which is traditionally an indication of a downturn. Any recession is hard, but it can be particularly devastating for entrepreneurs, who often have more to lose. Not only does an economic ebb add to the uncertainty of…

What California is doing to address 22% homelessness, how we can learn

What California is doing to address 22% homelessness, how we can learn

California Democrats looking at cutting regulations to fix housing crisis. NAHB CEO Jerry Howard on the mortgage default rate reaching the highest level since the financial crisis and the rent-control proposal in California. Amid a housing crisis in California, state lawmakers are grappling with ways to address the growing issue. The state’s housing problem has been caused at least in…

Plenty of ideas, not much money

The federal government made it clear at the National Housing Conference that significant new spending isn’t likely

The federal government made it clear at the National Housing Conference that significant new spending isn’t likely. When more than a thousand delegates gathered in Darwin last week for Australia’s biennial national housing conference, they were welcomed by no fewer than three federal government ministers. By video, prime minister Scott Morrison, champion of “quiet Australians,” invoked…

Inger Ellen Nicolaisen is the founder of Nikita Hair

5 Entrepreneurs On How Facing Adversity Helped Them Build Successful Businesses

Most people who set out on the entrepreneurial path realize that they will face challenges as they start and grow a new business. Surmounting difficulties in life encourages us to build character and resilience, understand our weaknesses, grow our strengths, and become more self-reliant and adaptable. Here, five successful entrepreneurs share how their businesses grew…