Finding Your Mentor

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

by Andy Winzelberg, Management Consultant
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Housing Starts Up 3.6 Percent Nationwide in October

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

Source: National Association of Home Builders
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Many Business Owners Confused by Health Insurance Requirements

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

More than two-thirds of small businesses aren’t sure or think incorrectly they must provide health insurance to employees in 2014 or pay a fine, a new study shows. Even more — 78 percent — said they were not familiar with health insurance exchanges and how they may impact their business, despite subsidies and tax credits offered by the Affordable Care Act.
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Eight Things Remarkably Successful People Do

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

This article by Jeff Haden of Inc. Magazine offers advice for business success:
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Bottom Line: Medicine’s Funding Pool is Drying Up

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

Special Report from Stanford Medicine, Fall 2012
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Taking a Cue From Bochy: Experts Point Out What Business Can Learn From Baseball

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

In the Tuesday, October 30,2012 issue of the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper, Net Worth reporter Kathleen Pender takes a look at the world class management style of Bruce Bochy of the San Francisco Giants:
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Family Ties That Bind

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

This interview with Graniterock Transportation Division Operations Manager Denny Mahler was published by the Hollister Free Lance in 2001.
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Networking, Networking, Networking

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

In the "Works for Us" series from Daily5Remodel.com, remodelers share business strategies that are keeping the phones ringing, even in the dog days of summer. Care to share what's working for you? Email leah@daily5REMODEL.
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100 Years Ago at Granite Rock Company

Posted by Rose Ann Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

100 years ago, in 1912, at what was then known as the Logan Quarry (now A.R. Wilson Quarry), horse-drawn carts were replaced with a new Porter 0-4-0 steam locomotive. Granite Rock Company Engine Number One was used to haul carloads of broken rock from the quarry face to the crusher. The quarry face was 100 feet above the crushing plant and Southern Pacific mainline railroad tracks, and rock was dropped through chutes from above the crusher to the plant.
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Marketing Your Construction Firm on the Cheap

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

This article by Nick Ganaway, Construction Business Management, LLC, comes from Reed Construction Data. To learn more, please visit: http://app.learn.reedconstructiondata.com/e/es.aspx?s=2521&e=2561&elq=827dcd80b5764fb591934ae7ad9f7125
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