Business Negotiation, Negotiation Research January 4, 2010

What's ahead? Predictions for 2010.

On the first Monday of January 2010, we thought we would take a look at the year ahead. What is likely to happen in business and in business negotiations? Will the recession end? Will small business prosper?

For your convenience, we did a round-up of what business journalists are predicting for business in 2010 and beyond.

Newsweek predicts that the New York Times will start charging for web content, among its list of top ten business predictions.

Daily Finance shares predictions for which industries will have the top growth in the coming year.

On Entrepreneur.com, blogger Ivan Misner talks about networking trends for 2010.

Business Week forecasts five trends and other issues for business in the United States and globally.

On Small Business Trends, Barbara Weltman predicts what will happen with taxes and accounting in 2010.

On the Inc.com technology blog, here are the top 10 technology predictions for 2010.

Also at Inc.com, read what seven CEOs are resolving to do in 2010.

From FoxBusiness.com, here’s a video of experts discussing the January effect and giving their 2010 predictions.

And not strictly business, but useful nonetheless, here is a list of 100 things to watch for in 2010 (things like an election in the UK and TV/Web integration)

What do you think will happen for business in 2010? Please share your predictions in the comments.

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