Economy

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Recently, the Better Business Bureau has received reports of consumers falling prey to pitches for products that claim to be endorsed by the popular television program, Shark Tank. This is a new twist on fraudulent free trial offers: a common scam that costs consumers millions of dollars each year.

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It may not feel like it but baseball season is upon us and we couldn’t be happier.

Maybe you’re wondering why I’m discussing baseball on Let’s Talk Business. It is because several local baseball teams affect our tourism industry. And the addition of a new one could have a great impact. Let me explain.

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As the retail landscape changes, many Americans find their favorite retailers going out of business. These closings often are accompanied by once-in-a-lifetime liquidation sales, but they also bring dramatic changes to the retailer’s return policies, not to mention questions about unused gift cards and warranties.

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There is a lot of information out there forecasting business trends for 2019. Are you ready?

There are several central themes when looking at what to expect this year. And while the topics are plentiful, I’d like to highlight just a few.

Cybersecurity will continue to gain in importance as more and more information and banking functions are transferred and completed using intelligent devices. Protecting personal and financial information will be top of mind.

Cape Chamber

Dictionary.com defines “hub” as the effective center of an activity, region, or network.

We often talk about the Cape/Jackson metro as a regional hub. But exactly why do we say that and what does it really mean. Let’s dive deeper.

We are the largest city between St. Louis and Memphis north and south, and between Clarksville or Evansville and Springfield east and west. Our daytime population often approaches 100,000 as we become a bevy of activity.

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