Whole Paycheck CEO, John Mackey, wrote an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal about the dangers of Obama’s health care reform plan and now his liberal-minded customers are pissed. Mackey argues: While we clearly need health-care reform, the last thing our country needs is a massive new health-care entitlement that will create hundreds of billions […]
Archives for August 2009
When I was in college (admittedly in the last century) I knew people who stayed up all night in order to ace, or pass, their Bio Chem exam. I stayed up late too, for beer pong takes lots of practice. But that’s not how college students roll today. Nope. When Crispin Porter comes calling with […]
The iconic “How to Speak Australian” campaign originally created in 1994 by Agnotti, Thomas, Hedge and last seen on air in 2006 is back care of Digitas/Chicago. The agency shot seven :15 spots, the first three of which launch this week.
In an effort to draw businesses to the Silver State, Nevada Development Authority is on the offensive against its neighbor to the west. Alana Semuels of Los Angeles Times reports: California has battled such negative perceptions for years. But its huge consumer base, great weather and dynamic entrepreneurial culture have kept many businesses anchored here. […]
Melinda Newman of the Washington Post wrote an insightful piece on Jam Bands, and how they do business. This is how it begins: Marc Brownstein is fretful. The Disco Biscuits bassist has 4,992 friends on his Facebook page. If he adds eight more, the social networking site’s regulations dictate that his friend page must become […]
Rich guy, Mark Cuban, believes news sites ought to block aggregators from “pointing to” their content. The major news sites are keeping the aggregators that don’t originate news content alive. From Drudge Report on down. You (Murdoch) are crazy to do so. Let the search engines send you traffic. Block the rest. Your revenue impact […]