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Renting equipment can be a great cost-saving initiative for a business, giving it access to the necessary equipment without its having to invest in long-term maintenance needs or upfront cost.
Ben Preston
The pandemic has created a shift toward digitization like we have never seen before.
Dirk Beveridge
In 2010, the Edward Hines Lumber Co. went bankrupt.
Daniel B. Fisher
Every four years, the politicians repeat the refrain, “This is the most important election of our lives.”
While there’s a great deal of political uncertainty with the upcoming 2020 elections, AED members and their customers are prepared to adapt to whatever the results may be.
Sugath Warnakulasuriya
Although construction and industrial equipment dealers and distributors have taken steps to connect online and digitally market to customers...
Troy Harrison
In my experience, most customer service training is about conflict resolution, when in fact it should be about conflict avoidance.
Christine Corelli
Who will be left standing?
Donald G. McNeil Jr.
Terrifying though the coronavirus may be, it can be turned back. China, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan have demonstrated that, with furious efforts, the contagion can be brought to heel.
Art Markman
The news about the spread of COVID-19 is changing fast.
Paul A. Argenti
In fast-moving and uncertain situations, leaders face questions they may not even have answers to.
Curt Bennink
Make your dealership a trusted resource by helping contractors succeed.
John Chapin
Most business etiquette is common sense.
Christine Corelli
There is much to learn from those who lead the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard when it comes to recruiting and managing today’s younger generation of employees.
Troy Harrison
I had an interesting conversation last week. I was talking to a prospective client...
Working capital is one of the most useful indicators of an operation’s financial health.
The global economy experienced a significant slowdown in 2019, leaving those in the ag and construction sectors to wonder: What does this mean for 2020 and beyond?
Peter Gregory
Before recession fears mounted recently, the stock market rocketed to record highs and unemployment dipped to record lows. Everyone felt good.
Parker Kilgore and Henry S. Rauschenberger
Taking advantage of today’s relatively low unemployment rates, employees have begun to “job-hop” – move from one lucrative opportunity to the next – with increasing frequency.
Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Where do you turn when you’re owed money?
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