Daily Archives: September 15, 2011

Just Words? Rating the Republican Nominees on Their Slogans

How are the eight contenders doing in the race for the Republican Presidential nomination? Al Ries If you watched the first two debates, you might have an opinion, positive or negative, based on their debating skills. That’s important. But not

Just Words? Rating the Republican Nominees on Their Slogans

How are the eight contenders doing in the race for the Republican Presidential nomination? Al Ries If you watched the first two debates, you might have an opinion, positive or negative, based on their debating skills. That’s important. But not

Could This Be the Best Company in the World?

To paraphrase the classic line from Spinal Tap, if great companies go to 10, Wegmans goes to 11. This East Coast supermarket chain is a 90+ year-old, family owned business doing almost $6 billion a year in sales. Major research

Could This Be the Best Company in the World?

To paraphrase the classic line from Spinal Tap, if great companies go to 10, Wegmans goes to 11. This East Coast supermarket chain is a 90+ year-old, family owned business doing almost $6 billion a year in sales. Major research

Facebook Launches Twitter-Like ‘Subscriptions’, Lets You Share With Unlimited Users

                    Jason Kincaid currently works as a writer at TechCrunch. He grew up in Danville, California and later relocated to UCLA in Los Angeles, California, where he studied biology with a

Facebook Launches Twitter-Like ‘Subscriptions’, Lets You Share With Unlimited Users

                    Jason Kincaid currently works as a writer at TechCrunch. He grew up in Danville, California and later relocated to UCLA in Los Angeles, California, where he studied biology with a