Younger Shoppers More Likely to Shop in Stores

Shoppers between the ages of 18 and 29 are more likely to shop in stores than any other age group, according to a new survey from The Generations Institute at Long Island University, in collaboration with the university’s Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling and Analysis.

Polling results…

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Millennials More Likely than Boomers to Be Influenced by Advertising

Millennials are more likely to make purchases after seeing or hearing advertisements compared to Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and other older generations, according to a new survey from business-to-business ratings and reviews firm Clutch.

About 81% of millennials surveyed—those ages 18 to 34—made a purchase after…

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Small Business Owners Are Optimistic

America’s small business owners are feeling pretty optimistic as we head into 2018.

According to a survey from SCORE, the mentors to America’s small businesses, 69% of all small business owners were optimistic about their growth over the next six months.

A full 82% of millennial business owners…

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The Rewards of Corporate Giving

Businesses have much to gain from social responsibility, according to Robert Half Management Resources.

According to a survey by the company, 80 percent of CFOs said social responsibility is important for their firms.

In addition to serving their communities, executives reported benefits of these programs include improved employee morale, networking…

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Fraud is a Top Concern for Business Owners

Roughly 20 percent of business owners recently reported that they are concerned about both internal and external fraud, according to a survey of 1,069 business owners conducted recently by insurer Nationwide.

In fact, fraud ranks right up there with cyberattacks (28 percent), the Affordable Care Act (29 percent) and…

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