Annual CITT Golf Tournament

  Registration of $175.00 per player includes: cart, green fees, steak and chicken buffet dinner, BBQ lunch, on-course contests, goodie bags etc.  There is an “Early Bird” draw for anyone who registers and pays before April 30th.    

McConnell wonders what’s the matter with Kansas on repeal bill

No one was terribly surprised that some centrist Republican senators like Maine's Susan Collins balked at backing a bill to roll back Obamacare's coverage expansions, weaken its consumer protections, and slash Medicaid.But what about Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas, who...

Department stores discount cosmetics, making ‘doomsday clock’ tick faster, ex-CEO says

Beauty bars, the centerpieces of many department stores, have almost always been exempt from discounts and storewide sales. But as aging retail giants continue to sag, the cosmetics counter is losing its protected status. "The department store doomsday clock, which...

Google has hired at least five top law firms to fight its massive fine in Europe, sources say

Google has ramped up its legal firepower as it prepares to do battle with EU antitrust regulators after a landmark 2.4-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine and the possibility of a second record sanction before the end of the year. Alphabet unit Google, the world's most...

5 Indispensable Career Benefits You’ll Gain By Working with an Executive Coach

In 1990 the term " Emotional Intelligence" (or EI) was brought to light in a research paper by two psychology professors, John D. Mayer of UNH and Peter Salovey of Yale. The term was further explained in an article by Rutgers psychologist Daniel Goleman, wherein he...

A Failure Is Only Considered a Mistake If You Don’t Learn From It

Reader Resource Entrepreneur Network provides you with expertise and opportunities to accelerate your brand's growth. Learn More » For serial entrepreneur Chris Stoikos, a robust beard is a metaphor for life. His holistic business philosophy permeates the corporate...

Peter McCanna named president of Baylor Scott & White in a new leadership position

Dallas-based Baylor Scott & White created a new leadership position to be filled by Peter McCanna, the organization announced Monday.McCanna will assume his role as president in mid-September, taking on some responsibilities of Baylor Scott & White CEO James...

‘We’re flowing toward the path” similar to time before Great Depression, analyst says

Although the economy has been steady this year, at least one analyst has dire predictions, comparing the current period to the buildup to the Great Depression and warning that this fall is when things will come to a head. Mark Yusko, CEO of Morgan Creek Capital, has...

New suit fuels legal fight over $1.2 billion I-70 highway expansion

Monday was the deadline to file suits over a federal green light given in January for the controversial $1.2 billion plan to sink a portion of I-70 in north Denver and expand the highway with new toll lanes between I-25 and Tower Road. And opponents of the plan made...

Snap shares fall below $17 IPO price for first time

The front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with a Snap Inc. logo hung on the front of it stands shortly before the company's IPO in New York, U.S., March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas...

HEBS Digital Offers New Monthly Payment Options for Website Design and Technology That Allow Hoteliers to Utilize their Approved OPEX Budget in Lieu of Capital Expenses

"Even though many hoteliers realize the only way to decrease dependency on the OTAs and increase direct bookings is by drastically improving the property website and digital marketing presence, they don't have enough funds in this year's CAPEX budget and are waiting...

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An architect of the GOP Senate health bill says a new version to appease both sides is coming Monday

Sen. Pat Toomey says a new version of the Republican health-care bill is expected on Monday, and he hopes it can appeal to both sides of his party's divide. "We've got a new version that comes out today. We'll get new scores from CBO. And there's still a shot of...

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Passive investing boom is creating a ‘frightening’ risk for markets, Morgan Stanley says

Redeker said that investors into passive funds can choose risk strategies allowing them to sell out completely if their investment drops by a certain amount, and this can cause a cascade effect, where small market moves are amplified if passive funds automatically...

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Costco fundamentals are good, but they don’t matter because of ‘Amazon fears,’ analyst says

Costco shares were downgraded by BMO Capital Markets even after the company posted strong June sales figures last week, because the analyst believes the wholesale club's results don't matter in light of Amazon's growing grocery enterprise. "Despite our continued...

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The boss of Qatar Airways ridicules American carriers for their aged flight attendants

GULLIVER is rarely fazed by what happens below the line of his posts. Receiving the occasional shoeing from readers—sometimes insightful, sometimes not—goes with the job. And he has certainly found his views swayed by well-reasoned arguments he finds there. But he was...

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Hungarian government faces anti-Semitism claims amid vilification of George Soros

A government campaign portraying billionaire businessman George Soros as the enemy of the Hungarian people has prompted a public outcry with people accusing the ruling right-wing Fidesz party of Nazi-era anti-Semitism. The election campaign run by incumbent Prime...

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