Conventional wisdom says that, in negotiations, it’s better to offer the other party a firm number rather than a range. The thinking is that a hiring manager who hears, “I want between $40,000 and $45,000″ will focus on the lower number, or somebody you want to buy a car from will jump on the higher number if you tell them, “I can pay between $8,000 and $8,500.” 542 more words
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If you stood on a long, slow-moving line in a coffee shop, only to be handed the wrong drink when you finally did order, you’d probably express some dissatisfaction. 567 more words
Football fans may have to start taking out loans to demonstrate support for their teams.
If you think the NFL is greedy and takes advantage of fan loyalty at every opportunity, what with franchises… 250 more words