Inc. has 75 reasons why it’s a good time to be an entrepreneur. Of course, such a list is much too long for me to read. So, I’ll just share one of their reasons near the top of the list. Number 2 Because the stupidity is over. No one talks about “flipping” companies anymore. No […]
Archives for November 2005
Neil French & Terrell Owens: Both have recently demonstrated that no matter how talented one person is, you can’t alienate your co-workers or the company you work for by bad-mouthing them in public.
Lincoln Journal Star: The mass audience in the United States is splintering and dividing into ever more specialized and personalized niches. In the 1940s, more than half of all Americans went to the movies at least once week. In the ’50s and ’60s, the most popular television shows were seen in more than half the […]
Tom Messner is a partner at Euro RSCG, and apparently he’s got a lot of time on his hands. Writing in Adweek this week, he plans to spend the next 2 months “reading and possibly absorbing as many of the available marketing books as inhumanly possible.” Here’s his list, divided into the “Old Testament” and […]
The New York Times: After a decade-long hiatus from national advertising, the Jolly Green Giant, an 80-year-old character, returns in a campaign beginning today in print ads and broadcast commercials from General Mills. Saatchi & Saatchi in New York, a division of the Publicis Groupe, created the campaign, which carries the tagline “For the Love […]