January 30, 2021

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More and more, consumers and corporations are viewing before they make a purchase. If you are not actively seeking positive reviews, you are missing the boat, (even if your happens to sell boats).

Never lack feedback

According to Trustpilot, 90% of people will check an online review before making a decision. Nearly 50% of consumers consider positive reviews as one of their top 3  decision factors.

A business professor once me: “There is no such thing as negative feedback.” After years in the corporate world, I realized that feedback itself might be negative—but to the recipient, it doesn’t matter.  If someone takes the time to leave a comment, good or bad, it is precious information.

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Many businesses believe that simply informing

In mid-December, a light appeared at the end of a long, dark tunnel when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued emergency authorizations for the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. A month later, that light wavered as the death toll in the U.S. reached 400,000 — having reached 300,000 just five weeks earlier — and the outgoing director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the worst of the pandemic was yet to come. As Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t over till it’s over.”

Even as millions of people are getting vaccinated, many employees won’t be returning to the workplace for months to come. Instead, they will continue to work from home with all the distractions, stresses, and fears that they have experienced over the past year. This is not an insignificant problem: 25 percent of respondents to a PwC Workforce Pulse Survey conducted between January

The 800% rise in GameStop shares placed the founder and former CEO of Chewy in the billionaire category in record time.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

This week, GameStop shares drove Wall Street crazy, due to a massive buyout by Reddit users. The stunt skyrocketed shares in the video game company, causing heavy losses for some and millionaire profits for others.

Such is the case of businessman Ryan Cohen , founder and former CEO of Chewy , an e-commerce of pet supplies. The 35-year-old investor became a billionaire, thanks to the plays of the stock market and the initiative of the ‘redditors’. His fortune rose to an estimated 1.7 billion

were among the top losers on the bourses on Friday.

The BSE Auto Index declined 2.95 per cent on Friday, and was the biggest sectoral loser with the exception of telecom operators.

The BSE Telecom index was down 2.97 per cent.

In comparison, the benchmark Sensex closed the session with losses of 1.26 per cent. This was the worst show by the auto index in the last three months.

Friday’s sharp correction breaks the momentum in the auto index, which had been one of the rally leaders since the March 2020 lows.

The auto index has more than doubled since March 23, 2020, against a 78 per cent rally in the Sensex during the period.

The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki was, however, the biggest index loser and saw a 5 per cent decline in