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Some of the industries that Americans depend on most are plagued by bad customer service.

Utilities, airlines, and cable companies are among the worst lead, according to the latest results from the American Consumer Satisfaction Index.

 

 

See on www.businessinsider.com


According to Dan Waldschmidt, "1. Sometimes your best effort isn’t good enough to land you the deal." Read Mr. Waldschmidt's other 30 at BusinessInsider.com.

See the full article here: www.businessinsider.com


By the time you hit 40, rationalizing away your bad money management starts to have a serious impact on your financial future.

See the full article here: www.businessinsider.com


Natalie Angulo-Rio (photo, left) gives the top ten over at MarketingDive.com.

Read more: www.marketingdive.com


Not all advice is good advice, according to Warren Buffett.

Read more: www.businessinsider.com


"We asked entrepreneurs, including a few "Shark Tank" investors and the cofounders of popular retailer Warby Parker, to share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s."

 

"Here's what they said."

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.businessinsider.com


"Lots of entrepreneurs struggle with pricing. How much to charge? It's clear that the right price can make all the difference – too low and you miss out on profit; too high and you miss out on sales."

 

Read more: conversionxl.com

Author bio – Peep Laja (photo, left) is the founder of ConversionXL, a company that offers conversion optimization.


"Science suggests there's one personality type that's more likely to ditch the corporate structure and work for themselves."

Read more:  www.businessinsider.com


The longer a store allows you to return something after purchasing, the less likely you are to ever actually return it.

Read more: NYmag.com

Author bio – Melissa Dahl (photo, left) writes for NYMag.com.



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