How to Calculate Your Business’s Break Even Point

You’ve heard the term “break even.” It’s a popular way to describe a time when you spent exactly as much money as you made. “We gambled $200 at the casino and won $200, so we broke even.”

But in a business context, it’s not that simple. Your break-even point doesn’t just happen in Vegas, and needs to be constantly recalculated for you to turn a profit in the long term. Here’s how to find it.

The Compelling Case for Ethical Leadership

The Compelling Case for Ethical Leadership

The Great Recession sparked a movement in the business world to start placing ethics over profit. In fact, about 20% of Harvard Business School’s 2009 graduating class took an oath to pursue their work in an ethical manner. Companies also started to take corporate social responsibility more seriously, allocating more resources and respect to their CSR programs.

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