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Seller's Market: In the Hiring Race, Today's Sales Candidates Are in the Driver's Seat

Home improvement companies grow by adding salespeople. And, given many companies' high salesforce turnover rate,†the search for sales reps is intensifying.†Hereís what you need to know in today's hiring race. More

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Windows Slammed: Crackdown on Energy-Efficiency Claims in Window Advertising

The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on fraudulent advertising claims about energy efficiency. More

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BYLAW: Showroom Closing: Right to Cancel Rules Apply to Showroom Sales, Too BYLAW: Showroom Closing: Right to Cancel Rules Apply to Showroom Sales, Too

Check your state's laws to see if you must offer a notice of rescission for a showroom sale. More

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New Survey Shows Housing Remains a National Priority
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Advocates Urge Lawmakers to Make Table Saws Safer
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FTC vs. The Window Industry

The Federal Trade Commission launches a series of investigations into energy-saving claims and pledges in replacement window advertising. More

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Online Door Slam: The 'Do Not Track Me Online' Bill

Online marketers take note: If this bill passes, tracking the online behavior of consumers will be limited. More

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Low-Flow Toilets Cause a Stink in San Francisco
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Facing the Future: What's in Store for the Remodeling Industry as the National Economy Gains Momentum Facing the Future: What's in Store for the Remodeling Industry as the National Economy Gains Momentum

The remodeling industry is poised for a recovery, but challenges remain. Here's a look at the key hurdles to overcome and how some remodelers are tackling them head-on. More

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Commission Ambition: Using a Commission to Motivate the Project Manager

At Huseby Homes, the project manager earns a commission, which, the company owner says, provides long-term incentive and is a win-win situation for all involved. More

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