Focus on Business
"What’s in it for me?" This common phrase exemplifies the reality of how people are primarily... Read more.
John walked into work and problems came at him from all directions. Schedules for product lines had... Read more.
“Are you working hard or hardly working?” This question often gets a chuckle. Unfortunately, it’s... Read more.
Do you have an idea to improve your organization or department that you want upper management to adopt?... Read more.
Passion is one of those words that many people love to use but very rarely do they actually demonstrate... Read more.
There is an old but true saying, “the best candidate doesn’t always get the job.”... Read more.
When people vent about problem individuals at work or at home, one fact becomes obvious. Most individuals... Read more.
“If your employees don’t know where you’re going, almost any road will get them there.”... Read more.
When the choice is to feed your family or break the rules, your decision isn’t tough. Who could... Read more.
Mergers are attempts to pool strengths and eventually drive costs down to improve competitive positioning.... Read more.
We’ve heard a lot recently about bullying in the classroom, but what about bullying in the boardroom?... Read more.
The job of a leader has become more difficult and dangerous than ever courtesy of anti-bullying laws.... Read more.
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- Grain futures lagged the other ag markets Wednesday
- Pacific Coast Terminals and K+S Potash Canada sign agreement
- Soy, cotton futures led the ag markets Wednesday morning
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- USDA releases April water supply forecast for the West
- Commentary: Blame anti-GMO groups for deaths
- Julie Borlaug says biotech is necessary in fight against hunger
- What does “sustainable” food and agriculture really mean?
- Climate change will reduce crop yields sooner than we thought
- Ohio bill to require certification to apply fertilizer
- Carbon-dioxide hurts nitrogen assimilation by plants