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In a recent segment of 'Under the Influence', with Terry O'Reilly, he tells how In the late 1970's, film producer Brian Grazer was pitching a project, titled 'Splash', about a mermaid washing up on the shores of New York City. All the studios turned him down, year...

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Spaghetti, linguine, or garbage? A couple of months ago, I appeared on the stage in a community theatre production of “The Odd Couple”. My role was ‘Roy’, one of the poker-playing friends of Oscar and Felix. If you are not familiar with the movie/play, one...

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After some thirty years or so of managing and consulting in the credit and collection business, it seems to me that although technology and training are important, the most successful people in Accounts Receivable are those with grit.They may not be the...

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Canada Post

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