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DrLAS NCSULynda Aiman-Smith is a native New Mexican with diverse professional experience. In this column she will share insights and information from her perspective as an entrepreneur, corporate manager, researcher and educator.

The opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Grant County Beat.

Think Local Profit

By Lynda Aiman-Smith

Let's talk Profit. Basically, profit is the difference between what you sell a product or service for, and how much you spent providing that product or service. We usually think-- Continue reading

Think Local: The Triple Bottom Line

The concept of the Triple bottom line was first proposed in the 1990s by John Elkington, a British management consultant and writer. At heart, the Triple Bottom Line insists that businesses need to e-- Continue reading

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