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Editor at Large with Bill Kline

Bill Kline

About Bill Kline

Bill Kline is a journalist and Penn State alumnus with more than three decades of experience across many disciplines -- including writing, editing, design, print and online. When not at work, he can be found walking, golfing, cooking, watching sports and attempting to do yardwork. He blogs on life, news, business, sports, pop culture, Eastern Pennsylvania and more. Follow Bill on Twitter, or email him here

Brainstorming 101

No idea is a bad idea. We've all heard that adage.

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So -- you want to be a manager

Ever have an altruistic desire to lead or guide a nonprofit?

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10 New Year's resolutions to possibly be a better worker in 2017

With tongue firmly planted in cheek, here are 10 New Year's resolutions for 2017:

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Bing, Nat King Cole, Elvis and Frank: the all-time favorite Christmas songs

It's the most wonderful time of the year - for family, for friendships, for faith.

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Whipping this holiday shipping thing

Whether shipping for business or pleasure, it’s the busiest time of the year for sending packages.

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Send Christmas cards to help your career and the post office

If your family mails dozens or even hundreds of Christmas or holiday greeting cards every year, it's wise to send even more.

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Feeling good with 'comfort TV'

Wholesome. Nostalgic. All is right with the world.

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Retailers: Go rogue, be mobile-savvy this holiday season

Rogue retailing and holiday promotions are two ways that businesses can capture extra sales this holiday season. Of course, e-commerce, including mobile, also will dominate the playing field.

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On another note, an American sports hero is coming to town

'Twas an email from a nonprofit that stirred memories of a different time in America, when 20 young men unified our nation – something that's needed now after our tumultuous presidential election.

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All football, all the time

If big-time football had its way, games would be televised eight days a week.

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