Editor’s Corner

Women Really Are “Doin’ It For Themselves”: Music Publishers Take Note!

by bizchick February 20, 2014
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Earlier this year, Ariel Hyatt asked the other women she knew in the music and entrepreneurial industries for their best pieces of advice to ladies who were still trying to break into the business. Among the quoted was Zoe Keating, who said, “When every door is closed you can always just make your own damn […]

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Ivy League Education Free – Try Coursera.org

by bizchick August 20, 2012

A colleague recently turned me on to an intriguing concept called Coursera. The goal? Make top notch education available to the masses. Sound like a gimmick? I thought so. But it’s not – at least, it doesn’t seem that way. Professors from the best colleges and universities in the country sign up to offer courses […]

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5 Rules for Sending Group Emails at the Office

by bizchick July 2, 2012

Not too long ago, my boss circulated a post about memo writing from Modern Meeting Standard that not only got me hooked on that great blog, but that confirmed what I had always thought about group emails in the office: the longer and more convoluted it is, the less someone is likely to read it. How ironic, […]

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