Forbes Discusses How to Bring More than Just Business to the Work Trip

by Rachel Yeomans | November 16th, 2009

Business travel sounds glamorous. You get to visit a faraway place on the company’s dollar. But then reality sets in and before you know it your once-glamorous trip is reduced to exhausting transit (Think: 15-hour flights), complex navigation (Underground in Tokyo, anyone?) and sightseeing that focuses on the inside of an office building. But travel… Read more…

Forbes Woman Walks You Through Perfect Packing Process. Business Travel in Style and Ease

by Rachel Yeomans | October 14th, 2009

You know you won’t need half the stuff in your suitcase. The next time you travel, pack lighter and pack smarter. Here’s how. “There are only two types of luggage,” says Doug Dyment. “Carry-on luggage and lost luggage.” Dyment is a former computer technician and creator of OneBag, a travel blog that offers advice on… Read more…

Forbes Woman Covers Business Fashion

by Rachel Yeomans | September 25th, 2009

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Ann Taylor Means Business

by Rachel Yeomans | September 24th, 2009

The advertising campaign Ann Taylor has touted over the past two seasons has caused me more than a few times to turn my head in appreciation. I admit I’ve always looked at Ann Taylor as the place you go when you are looking for first job and/or interview clothing that is simple and affordable to… Read more…

Forbes’ Unveiled Video Advisory on Business, Success, and Style

by Rachel Yeomans | September 16th, 2009

Read to see what Reuters reported on yesterday – news that will make me updated my Internet bookmarks with vigor! * * * Forbes.com (www.forbes.com), home page for the world`s business leaders and the leading business news Web site, is pleased to announce the launch of four new video programs on the Forbes Video Network…. Read more…

Esprit Recovers from Economic Hit Through Store Expansion

by Rachel Yeomans | August 26th, 2009

Global fashion retailer Esprit posted a 40 percent fall in second-half profit, primarily due to its losses throughout its European market. How will the company get out of its slump? Apparently by attempting to expand–already being the world’s No. 6 fashion retailer by market value, it will be interesting seeing the results of growth. Plans… Read more…