Business articles published in May 2012
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May 29, 2012
How to Discover your Online Business Story
Tell your story online and connect with clients and prospective clients.
As Does the Museum Curator, So Does the Savvy Marketer - Interview with Pawan Deshpande, CEO of Curata
Not just for the Huffington Post anymore. Even the little guy can curate and create his own stellar collection of engaging stories with the help of good tools.
May 27, 2012
Hope for Spain's Struggling Economy?
Spains's regional president Feijóo apologizes to the Mexican oil company Pemex for opposing party suspicions
May 24, 2012
Google and Motorola Mobility – Long Shadows and New Horizons
Blend of new & old executives points to the company’s future direction.
May 23, 2012
What in the World Are We Fighting For?
The march in Chicago where military awards were thrown away is a powerful statement that comes to haunt us, yet again.
May 22, 2012
Are MBAs in Need of Ethics Training?
Corruption In The Business World Is Demolishing Big Business
May 21, 2012
Thousands of Pounds of Pot Found Floating off California Coast
Thousands of pounds of pot found floating off Calif. Coast
May 20, 2012
4 Reasons Why Training Sales People is Less Effective than Managing Them Well
An Open Letter for Sales Managers and CEOs
May 18, 2012
Facebook Co-Founder Eduardo Saverin Bravely Renounces US Citizenship Ahead Of IPO
The original co-founder of Facebook is permanently relocating to Singapore shortly following Facebook's IPO
From Mobile Market Maker to Mimicker: RIM Not Too Big To Fail
Is RIM destined to be just a one-trick pony?
May 15, 2012
Forget Mummies, Researchers Discover Oldest Pollinators
Paleontologists discovered the oldest known insects engaged in pollination.
May 14, 2012
Nike Reaps the Benefits of Using 'Lean'
A new report reveals huge improvements in manufacturing at Nike.
Yahoo Chief Scott Thompson Quits
Scott Thompson resigns from Yahoo! amid new claims that he has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
The "Who, What, How, and Why" of Customer Sentiment - Interview with Sid Banerjee, CEO of Clarabridge
The word "thin" in hospitality is bad, but in electronics, it's good. Knowing the difference and what to do about it is the essential part.
May 13, 2012
Yahoo's Scott Thompson and the Trap of Marginal Thinking
College and graduate school applicants can learn about the trap of marginal thinking from the fall of Yahoo's Scott Thompson.
New Marketing Approach to an Opt-In Culture - Interview with Simon Kelly, COO of Story WW
The advertising-as-interruption age of digital is over, and one next generation creative agency is helping brands understand that.
May 11, 2012
Cowboy Hat Smuggler Rounded Up On Swedish-Norway Frontier
Butter Not The Only Shortage In Norway, Apparently.
When Intent and Content Align, Online Ads Suck a Whole Lot Less
Data Allows Ads To Evolve From Annoying To Additive
May 10, 2012
Apple to Help Foxconn Upgrade its Factory
Apple is sharing the cost of improving facilities at Foxconn's factories in China after criticisms earlier this year.
May 9, 2012
Yahoo! Director Resigns over CEO Resume Bungle
A Yahoo director has resigned in the wake of CEO Peter Thompsons resume lies.
May 8, 2012
Operations Summit 2012: Glimpse Into Future of Operations and Fulfilment
The Operations Summit is an annual conference devoted to Direct-to-Customer operations and fulfillment.
Apple has Moved up 18 Positions in the List of Largest Companies in U.S.
Apple Inc. has been ranked on 17th position in the list of the largest companies in U.S.
UK Manufacturing Hits the Buffers
New data sees the UK manufacturing industry decline, in line with other countries.
May 7, 2012
The Neighborhood Pawn Shop Revolutionized
Pawngo's leader tells us about revolutionizing the pawn shop business through customer service and anonymity as well as helping out those in need
May 4, 2012
Wal-Mart Sued by Pension Plan Over Bribery Case
A California pension plan has sued many current and former decision-makers for Wal-Mart over foreign corruption scandal.
May 3, 2012
Managers Think They're Better Than They Are
New research suggests that managers suffer from illusory superiority.
May 2, 2012
Chinese Manufacturing Shrinks for the 6th Month in a Row
New data from HSBC shows that Chinese manufacturing continues to struggle.