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Three Tips for Getting an Accurate Business Valuation

If you’re conscientious about financial reporting, you may already have a sense of your company’s worth, but, in some instances, you might need a formal business valuation.

Kumho Tire Separates from Kumho Asiana Group

Kumho Tire has parted ways with its parent company, Kumho Asiana Group. The tiremaker filed for separation last month.

Kumho Granted Debt Stay, Considers Restructuring Deal

Kumho’s creditors are pushing back debt payments into the new year, so the Korean manufacturer can develop a restructuring plan to move forward after a tumultuous year.

Hankook Survey: Americans Likely to Take to the Road this Holiday Season

A Hankook survey offers some interesting insights into holiday driving habits of American drivers.

New Study Says American Shoppers Prefer Physical Stores vs. Online

Even with the rise of online retailers, American shoppers still appreciate the advantages of brick-and-mortar stores.

Preventive Healthcare for Your Company

I suppose some people really enjoy going to the doctor.  For most of us, however, being poked and prodded is not high on our to-do list. And yet we go anyway – sometimes even when we are not yet sick! Why? Because we realize there is value in preventive care and in diagnosing an infection before it

Facebook for Marketing

With over a billion people globally logging on to Facebook on a daily basis, it’s surprising that relatively few tire dealers give Facebook much consideration when it comes to their digital marketing. Today if you can identify a specific audience for your product or service, you can be sure that the audience is on Facebook.

Turning Employees into Salespeople

Looking for new ways to address flat sales and low profitability? Try turning all your employees into salespeople. Regardless of an employee’s position or job description, there’s an opportunity for people at all levels to be salespeople. Here are eight ways to make sales part of every person’s job, adapted from Patricia Sigmon’s new book