Archive for November, 2009

China Knowledge@wharton:

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Let’s start with your career path. You worked at Microsoft before becoming a full-time entrepreneur. What drove you to make that change and what are the main differences between now and your corporate life back then? (6 hours ago)

Nine gather at Christ Church to discuss town finances

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Telluride faces a choice with lasting impact this November. Four seats are vacant on town council, and with big holes to be patched in the 2010 budget, each of the nine candidates who’ve tossed their hats in the ring say they’ll bring a different kind of experience to bear on town’s problem. (8 hours ago)

Why Businesses Cannot Afford To Ignore Social Media

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Millions of people use social media in their daily lives. Because of this, companies can no longer afford to ignore social media (1 hour ago)

Dreamforce Releases Galore

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Dreamforce ’09: A roundup of product releases and enhancements that came out of this year’s “Cloud Event of the Year.” (5 hours ago)

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Thursday, November 26th, 2009

The producers of Made in Heaven , Jay Bernzweig’s Off-Broadway comedy about conjoined-twin brothers, were surprised to read that their home at the Soho Playhouse may soon be ruled by The Emperor Jones , Irish Repertory Theatre’s acclaimed new revival of the play by Eugene O’Neill. (14 mins ago)

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Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Fox has just released its 2009-2010 midseason schedule, and for Gleeks, it means good news and’a long wait. It’s been known for some time that the Glee? fall season would wrap on Dec. 9 with the glee-club misfits at the fictional William McKinley High School reaching sectionals.? (25 mins ago)

Retailers involved with marketing scam tell consumers: shop with us at your own risk

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

When there’s a lot of money to gain, many brands have trouble giving up questionable practices. And in the case of the online marketing case now in the Senate, many retailers came out this week with statements that indicate they’re putting profits ahead of their customers. (3 hours ago)