Eliyohu Mintz

My Thoughts On Business Management

How to Motivate Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza

December 5, 2016

This fascinating study, as outlined in “How to Motivate Your Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza,” looks at what truly motivates people: a compliment, a cash bonus, or a free pizza. Surprisingly, those in the cash group of the study performed marginally worse than the other groups, costing the company that much more money, besides […]

7 Concepts Every CEO Has to Nail

November 28, 2016

This week’s article, “7 Concepts Every CEO Has To Nail,” is based on the need for every CEO to re-evaluate their position and if they can truly call themselves a CEO. One of the most important parts of this short article was in the very beginning: “If a board of directors doesn’t name you chief […]

Quick Tips to Re-energize Your Team

October 26, 2016

This week’s article “Team Culture: 7 Short and Sweet Tips to Re-energize a Team or Project,” outline useful tips in organizing your work team into an energetic and eager group. Point six, “dealing with outliers” should be the first thought in every team leader’s mind before beginning to organize a team. Dealing with outliers that […]

The One Thing That Makes Companies Successful

October 10, 2016

This week’s article, “The Man Who Ran Yum! Brands for 14 Years Has a Simple Way to Judge a Company” is based on the need to help employees feel appreciated in their work, which re-energizes the work place as a result. Of course, recognition is vital for company morale and success, but only if it is […]


Brazil’s finance minister jokes about job security

October 6, 2016

Brazilian President Rousseff impeached After a slew of resignations and a presidential impeachment this year, Brazil’s new leaders know no job is guaranteed. “I am there for five months already — it’s a long time in Brazil,” the country’s finance minister, Henrique Meirelles, said jokingly — sort of — to CNN’s Richard Quest on Thursday, […]


I survived: How many Americans feel these days

October 6, 2016

Do trade deals leave U.S. workers behind? When Monica Valerio sold her house in the Bay Area last month, a huge weight lifted off her shoulders. For Valerio, it was a sign that she had survived the harsh U.S. recession and its after effects.


Americans like their jobs, but worry about keeping them

October 6, 2016

Technology is replacing jobs. Are you ready? Americans generally enjoy what they do for a living, but they are concerned about diminishing job security. So finds a new report from the Pew Research Center, in association with the Markle Foundation. The study looked at how the shifting economic landscape is reshaping work and society. The […]


Is anyone worried about America’s $19 trillion debt?

October 6, 2016

Clinton or Trump? I’m voting for the lesser of two evils Virgil Kahl believes America is in “breathtaking” danger: It’s deeply in debt. For Kahl, a voter in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania, America’s $19 trillion hole is the decisive issue of the election.


Working class white men make less than they did in 1996

October 5, 2016

How the economy left these Americans behind No wonder they are frustrated. Working class white men saw their income drop 9% between 1996 and 2014, according to a new report from Sentier Research. This group, who Sentier defines as having only a high school diploma, earned only $36,787, on average, in 2014, down from $40,362 […]

The Buzz — Investment and Stock Market News

October 5, 2016

The Buzz — Investment and Stock Market News All Markets and Investing News all the time 2016-10-03T12:17:02Z http://buzz.money.cnn.com/feed/atom/ WordPress.com Paul R. La Monica http://money.cnn.com/ http://buzz.money.cnn.com/?p=16352 2014-11-15T14:36:40Z 2014-11-15T13:00:37Z The rift between Taylor Swift and Spotify shows just how tough the music business is right now. Streaming songs for a small cut just isn’t as lucrative as […]