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DraftKings Picks Week 3: NFL DFS lineup advice for daily fantasy football tournaments

Week 2 was a tough one for fantasy football owners, as injuries ravaged the league and knocked out some of the top-priced contributors in NFL DFS lineups. That said, this week’s slate features much more value because of the injuries, and with another week of games under our belts, it’s becoming easier to see exactly which matchups teams and players will be able to exploit. These quality matchups are something that we’re banking on in our Week 3 DraftKings lineup for GPP tournaments.

There are plenty of teams that are weak against receivers, including the Falcons, Cowboys, Seahawks, and Vikings, so that creates plenty of value at the position. We targeted one of the higher-projected scoring games involving those teams (Cowboys-Seahawks) and plucked some receivers from there. And with so many RBs out, it was easy to avoid spending up too much at the position to target players against two

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Expert tips from using online auctions to advice for landlords

The UK lockdown was a difficult and uncertain time for the property sector. There is no rulebook to running a business during times of economic turbulence, especially when it comes to property, but there are tips and tricks that can help you along the way.

Where it all began

I first started developing properties in 1999 and worked on several projects in London before moving to Derbyshire in 2016 and starting a business venture with my sister, known as the Urban Sisters.

We take old, unloved buildings and convert them into desirable residential with a big focus on recycling and upcycling. Every project we work on is different. Each space is meticulously designed to feel unique and bespoke as our demographic is looking for individuality, expression, comfort, and great design – which is what we deliver.

We recently finished a seven-bed shared accommodation,

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Week 2 Daily Fantasy Advice: Focus on Cowboys-Falcons game

Special to Yahoo Sports

Whether you are playing in the biggest tournament of the week on Yahoo or prefer to play in smaller GPPs, there are some general GPP strategies that you can implement in contests of any size. These concepts include stacking, finding pivots off of popular players, and targeting players that won’t be on many rosters.

While it’s important to implement these into your lineup-building approach, the foundation of any tournament lineup is a solid core — usually players that you would use in cash games.

Stacks to Target

QB Matt Ryan, Falcons ($31)

WR Julio Jones, Falcons ($32)

RB Todd Gurley, Falcons ($24)

WR Michael Gallup, Cowboys ($19)

This will be the most popular game of the week, in terms of DFS rostered percentages, and for good reason — the over/under currently sits at 52.5 and it sets up to be a pass-happy affair. Atlanta threw over

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“Leaders Build Business” by Adella Pasos Delivers Solid Advice on Building Leadership and Efficiencies in Sales Teams

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Business icon, Adella Pasos has released her new book, “Leaders Build Business: Effectively Mentor and Coach Your Sales Team”. An essential guide to building and nurturing a sales team, this work is all about those secrets of leadership that everyone desires to know and incorporate in a sales team.

Developing confidence in one’s abilities isn’t a walk in the park, and becoming a great leader appears an unachievable goal to many sales professionals. Adella Pasos, who has helped countless entrepreneurs and business owners succeed, has come out with well researched and real world advice to help higher performing sales teams actually grow.

“Leaders Build Business” tackles some important sales and marketing topics head on: Why a sales team is important, how to keep the team happy, and methods to align sales with marketing. She offers answers to unknown questions such as

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The Big 4 is hiring fewer MBA candidates. 2 business school career counselors share their advice for grads looking for accounting and consulting jobs.

Recruiting to the Big 4 will look different this year, with business schools now coaching MBA students through virtual networking and a remote job search.
  • The Big 4 usually extends job offers to summer interns and then recruits additional MBA candidates in the fall to start work after graduating in the spring.
  • This year PwC says they’re pausing fall recruitment efforts, although they remain committed to hiring summer interns.
  • KPMG, Deloitte, and EY said they would continue to recruit MBA candidates, but it is expected there will be fewer hires.
  • Business school career counselors say they’re preparing for fewer recruitment opportunities this fall, with the hope that hiring will pick back up in the spring.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

For some MBA candidates, the path to a big accounting firm like PwC or EY just got a little more difficult.

PWC said they’re pumping

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Modesto has new business consulting firm. Restaurant advice is free

Stuart’s Business Consulting has opened in downtown Modesto, staffed with experts on hiring, finance, marketing and other tasks.

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The Tenth Street Place firm is celebrating its launch with free services for restaurants struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic, CEO Shanette Khubiar-Meadows said.

The founder and president is Jaime Jimenez, who also is the lead investor for two restaurants on the same street. One is Stuart’s Pizza on 10th Street, which opened in May with just window service for now. The other is W. Stuart C. Steakhouse, launching after the pandemic eases.

The Stuart name on all three businesses is in honor of Jimenez’s great-grandfather, William Stuart Cunningham. He was an immigrant from Scotland who ended up in the cattle business in Baja California.

Stuart’s Business Consulting is at 1003 10th St., Suite B2, 209-408-2794.

Meet the consulting team

Khubiar-Meadows’ experience includes two food distribution companies, J&M Wholesale Meats and

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A Corset Maker’s Advice to Other Small Business Owners During the Pandemic

Hayes Valley, the trendy San Francisco neighborhood that is the home to corset maker Dark Garden, saw a glimmer of its former vibrant self over Labor Day weekend, when its central artery, Hayes Street, was closed to car traffic. Part of a city-wide initiative to help revive small businesses during the pandemic, the Shared Streets six-week trial program seeks to create a safer space for walking, dining and shopping, and Hayes was the fourth street in San Francisco to become car-free.

Dark Garden owner and founder Autumn Adamme volunteered at the perimeters of the pedestrian-only zones, making sure all patrons coming to dine at outdoor tables or mill about Hayes Street were wearing masks. Unfortunately, the holiday weekend was marred by record 100-degree temperatures and smoke from hundreds of California wildfires.

Read Dark Garden’s first diary entry here.

“Sunday was too hot and smoky for many people to be out,”

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Video call advice from a CEO of a business raking in $5.7 billion

  • Jean Stephens has been the CEO of the world’s sixth largest audit, tax, and consulting network, RSM International, for more than 14 years.

  • RSM has a global revenue of $5.7 billion, operates in more than 120 countries, and employs more than 43,000 people.
  • Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stephens used to regularly travel for business meetings. But with coronavirus restrictions in place, her work moved online, and she had to find ways to maintain her relationships with firms in the network, as well as new clients.
  • In an interview with Business Insider, she revealed her strategy for building and maintain relationships with business partners virtually, such as organizing virtual lunch dates, and cancelling calls when you don’t feel your best.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Jean Stephens has been the CEO of RSM International, an audit, tax, and consulting network, for almost 15 years, growing it from a

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