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Five primary reasons many businesses fail are issues connecting with customers on levels deeper than the superficial, issues communicating how their products or services stand out, dysfunctional leadership, weak or poorl... More »

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Businesses fail because owners are not in touch with their customers, don't offer something unique, don't communicate well, are bad leaders and have bad business models. These problems eventually lead to a lack of cash f... More »

Over two decades, up to 75 percent of businesses in certain fields fail. Survival rates follow a universal downward trend, as the years of operation increase, with 50 percent of businesses failing after 5 years and 75 pe... More »

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Halliburton, a global company that offers services and products to the oil industry, started in 1919 in Duncan, Oklahoma under the leadership of Erle P. Halliburton. His original company consisted of a wagon, mixing box ... More »

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