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Gas Prices Show Slight Uptick as Labor Day Weekend 2018 Begins

H Congratulations! We made it to the last day of the eighth month of the year. It’s Friday, August 31, 2018, and many of you are already in the home stretch of beginning your Labor Day Holiday Weekend. Aside from that extra day off that most of us will get to do just about anything … Continue reading

John Sidney McCain III (1936 – 2018): Political Maverick and Independent Thinker

Family members of Senator John McCain issued a news release on Friday, August 24, 2018 informing the public that he has “chosen to discontinue medical treatment” in his battle against brain cancer. While this news did not come as a great surprise, it is not news that many of us wanted to hear. Regretfully, the … Continue reading

Unconscious Bias: Guest Post – The News Isn’t All Bad

Guest Post Author: Sondra Thierderman, PhD Let’s face it, unconscious bias is the plague of the workplace. It interferes with our ability to see others accurately, to be successful with customers, and, most sadly, to treat people with respect. Fortunately, as is the nature of many things in life, the news about unconscious bias isn’t … Continue reading

How Much Will U.S. Gas Prices Increase Between Now and Labor Day 2018?

We are 10 weeks in for this Summer Driving Season! The cost of petrol has been on an interesting roller coaster ride for the last six months. Prices began an upward trend around the first week in March and climbed steadily to the highest average this year of $2.984 on May 25, 2018 which also … Continue reading

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