The Three Questions You Should Always Ask a Commercial Roofing Contractor

Replacing a roof on a commercial building is one of the biggest capital expenditures a building owner or facilities manager can make. According to several roofing industry surveys, a new roof can cost between

Meet Eugene Cornelius Jr, Administrator of the SBA and Evangelist for Diversity in the Workplace

When most business people think of governmental agencies, words like “unwieldy” and “unresponsive” come to mind. However, the actions of the U.S. Small Business Administration has allowed another word to rise to the collective

U.S. Soldiers Deserve Independence in Their Benefits

When the most brilliant minds of the thirteen American colonies gathered in the heat and humidity of Philadelphia of 1776 to draft the Declaration of Independence, it was left to the brave group of

What are the Top 4 Lessons Business Leaders Can Learn from “Team of Teams?” We Asked NRP’s Dale Tyler.

Summer reading material usually consists of lighter subjects such as popular novels. However, many business leaders are taking a book with a little more substance to the beach with them this year. One of

It Saves Tax-Payer Money and Energy. So Why Can’t Congress Pass This Energy Efficiency Bill?

Whether for financial or philosophical reasons, everyone is in favor of energy efficiency. This includes Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives. Even Cowboys and Redskins fans can agree on this issue. The challenge lies