Episode 64: S6E9 – Philanthropy, Pivoting and Improvement – Season 6 in Review
Season 6 of the Blackletter podcast is wrapping up! Today, we take a look at the highlights of this past season, from notable guests to complex topics. Tom discusses subjects like incorporating charity into business, pivoting during the pandemic, empowering women and much more. The Blackletter guests share their advice to business owners on how and why they should network, grow and fail forward.
By Tom Dunlap The largest economic stimulus package in the history of the United States has passed the House and Senate and was signed into law by the president. Some suggest that rather than...
Today we have another special COVID-19 podcast about the highlights of the COVID-19 stimulus package. We answer what you need to know about the stimulus bill as it stands now including a provision...
Governors across the country are closing schools for the rest of the academic year, but the biggest change that is amplifying the strain on the economy and lives comes in the form of non-essential...
By Phil Schwartz, Tom Dunlap, and Ithi Joshi On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Senate passed H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA” or the “Act”) in a 90-8 vote and President...
How to manage your business and employee obligations during the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic. It has officially been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and a United Nations...
Selling & Protecting Solutions When you’re treating water and using a specialized system your business model depends on protecting that intellectual property. This can lead to large patent...
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