Business owners have a lot on their plates, so an audit by the federal government isn’t exactly a desirable prospect.

To have inspectors come in and study your every move—including...

As I stare at the ceiling listening to the metal instruments banging against my teeth, I wonder why dentists don’t place scenic pictures on their ceilings to distract patients. I guess it’s...

You’ve probably heard the term “sharing economy” in reference to companies such as Uber and Lyft, Airbnb, TaskRabbit and Elance. Resembling a freelance model for society, it’s a new economic model...

Millennials. They’re the group demographic born between 1980 and 2000, now reaching approximately 75.4 million and officially outnumbering the baby boomers. Most...

When OSHA released the revised construction and crane standard (1926 Subpart CC), they required construction riggers and signal persons to be “qualified” by November 2010 and crane operators be “...

According to a U.S. Bank study, as many as 82 percent of startups and small businesses fail due to poor cash flow management. Getting paid on time is a common pain point throughout the...

How qualified are your riggers for the work they are doing? Between 65 and 75 percent of all personnel on a construction site with a strap in their back pocket are helpers and not rigging decision...

With World of Concrete 2016 right around the corner, CBO put together the five things you need to pay attention to before attending the show. Clicking on each number will take you to a...

There are those who say the sequel never holds up to the original. The good news is...

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