As my first month as division president at Stewart Title is coming to a close, I wanted to pause for a minute to reflect on my experience and explain my vision for our division.
Amazon is taking advantage of changing demographics and technology to change the customer experience and do for grocery shopping what they have done for retail.
In May, I had the honor of participating in [tag] IQPC Exchange’s Market Research and Consumer Insights conference as a featured speaker. My presentation was titled “Insights Evolution: Redesigning Teams and Increasing Synergy to Proactively Drive Business Strategy”. This conference was a great opportunity for me to share insights from Stewart and learn from other marketing and communications leaders across the country.
As the housing market reaches the annual summer apex, the severe shortage of inventory coupled with strong housing demand is seeing limited selection of listings and record-low number of days on the market. Homes sold in April were on the market a median 29 days (52 percent were on the market less than one month) …Read more
If you track my Tweets, ignore this blog. For those of you that do not Tweet – you should consider doing so. If you want to talk about effective bang for the buck, the 140 total characters, letters, numbers and spaces of a Tweet on Twitter certainly qualifies. Who knew you could say so much …Read more
There is more to buying a car than just the purchase price. After buying the car, the owner still faces insurance, annual taxes and licensing, fuel, tires, batteries, maintenance, and for some, tolls and parking. The same is true for housing, but with a much larger array of expenses. To ascertain the real costs of …Read more
The season has started as the annual exodus for Americans to the beaches or mountains ramps up. With more than 95,000 miles of coastline, when temperatures rise many Americans head to the crisp, cooling waters and sand that are magnets for both tourists and second homeowners. Last week I had the opportunity to speak at …Read more
A college degree for many jobs is a required ticket to get in the door. Just because someone graduates from college in a specific state, however, does not necessarily imply they will remain in that state for their first job, or any jobs thereafter. To study which states’ college graduates are departing (and remaining), Zippia …Read more
Do you consider yourself wealthy based on your income? That was a question posed by Emolument.com to more than 1,500 global professionals across several industries. Emolument is a crowd-sourced, salary pay data comparison website. Their data includes bonus and salary statistics based on submissions by professionals across the globe. Are you wealthy? If so, how …Read more
Texas passed House Bill 100 with a 110-35 vote on Thursday, May 25th. On Monday, May 29th, Memorial Day, Gov. Gregg Abbott signed the bill shortly after 10 a.m., allowing ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft to once again operate in the capital city. Both Uber and Lyft apps were back up and running by …Read more