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3 selling techniques you must use in your job search Itâ€™s a new world out there! The job market is much more competitive, hiring managers canâ€™t afford to take risks by hiring the wrong person, and candidates must be the best every step of the way through the job-search process.
Now, for those of you with sales experience (whether looking for a role in inside or outside sales), this should be pretty natural for you, right? Wrong!
Itâ€™s shocking how few salespeople apply the tools of their trade to their job-search process. Pipeline? Non-existent.â€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:24:32 +0000 The Busines Journal on WFDD: Davidson Co. moves on This week, Justin Catanoso, contributing writer for The Business Journal, discusses the past and future of a 1,100-acre industrial site in Davidson County with WFDD's Audrey Fannin.
The site at one time was seen as the Triad's best hope to be a megasite that might attract an automobile manufacturing plant.
To listen, click here.
Subscribers to The Business Journal can read Catherine Carlock's full article from the May 24 issue, upon which the conversation is based, by clicking here.
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:22:56 +0000 Trader Joe's finds a solution for Pinecrest parking problem When Trader Joe's decided to move into the shell of a former Borders bookstore, it was faced with a troubling problem: Where were the throngs of customers going to park?
The bookstore's parking lot was plagued with confusing entrances and one-lane parking. But when there's a problem, there's usually a good solution.
"Trader Joe's was faced with an issue regarding a bigger floor plate than their prototype and a need for adequate parking at their new Pinecrest location," said real estate broker,â€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:20:46 +0000 Valley vintner gets weird on Tim Cook's tax problems Talk about seizing on current events for a little off-color company marketing.
The Internet was consumed earlier this week with Apple CEO Tim Cook's appearance before a Senate committee to talk U.S. tax-dodging with overseas subsidiaries, particularly in Ireland (read more about that here).
Gilroy winery owner Thomas Kruse this week took the opportunity to spice up the monthly Thomas Kruse Winery newsletter with some satire.
It starts with the foreboding headline "Special Offer.....and Noticeâ€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:18:20 +0000 Americaâ€™s Cup wanted to be like NASCAR â€” too much Americaâ€™s Cup officials likened their upcoming San Francisco races to NASCAR on the water.
And as it turned out, it is more like NASCAR than they might like.
Just as the 2001 race-related death of Dale Earnhardt Sr. led to numerous safety improvements for NASCAR, the death of yachtsman Andrew â€śBartâ€ť Simpson on May 9 is edging the Americaâ€™s Cup toward embracing more safety measures.
Americaâ€™s Cup race director Iain Murray this week presented several recommendations â€” including buoyancyâ€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:13:51 +0000 Kitchen 1540 a top-flight dining spot in one of Del Mar's best hotels Proof that Del Mar has arrived as a dining destination is perhaps best exemplified by Kitchen 1540 at L'Auberge Hotel.
After a day at the beach or the track, what could beat a first-class dinner at a beautiful restaurant that also happens to double as one of the finest hotels in town.
Why you should go:
The menu was designed by former Executive Chef Scott Thomas Dolbee, who has developed a flair for reimagining game meats and seafood dishes.
The space is beautiful, especially the private roomâ€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:10:31 +0000 Chileâ€™s BCI to buy City National Bank The second-largest bank in Chile has an agreement to buy Miami-based City National Bank of Florida, the South Florida Business Journal reports.
Banco de Credito e Inversiones (BCI) has reached a definitive agreement with City National and owner Bankia, of Spain, to purchase it, according to a news release from both institutions. The price is $882.8 million, which is about 1.5 times the book value of the selling bank.
Such a high valuation for a bank purchase hasn't been made in years, especiallyâ€¦
Fri, 24 May 2013 20:10:20 +0000 W.K. Kellogg Foundation names Alvin H. Warren as NM program officer The W.K. Kellogg Foundation on Friday named Alvin H. Warren as its new officer for New Mexico programs.
Warren, a New Mexico native and a member of the Santa Clara Pueblo, will work out of the foundationâ€™s Downtown office. Before joining the foundation, he was cabinet secretary of Indian Affairs for the state of New Mexico and served two terms as lieutenant governor of Santa Clara Pueblo.
â€śOur experience has taught us that a knowledgeable local team is key to helping the foundation operateâ€¦