Online Retailers Take Stock

Online Retailers Take Stock

Online Retailers Take Stock JULY 12, 2007 If you thought counting goods on a shelf was tough…. What happens when an online shopper doesn’t find what she wants? Like many retail shoppers, she goes to another store, according to "The Online Inventory Impact Survey." The survey was commissioned by the e-tailing group and BetweenMarkets... »

Moms crafted a baby-booming business

Moms crafted a baby-booming business

Moms crafted a baby-booming business Julie Dix, left, and Danielle Ayotte started their Taggies business after meeting each other seven years ago. Posted 10/8/2006 8:46 PM ETBy Barbara Hagenbaugh, USA TODAY   SPENCER, Mass. — Seven years ago, Julie Dix and Danielle Ayotte were stay-at-home moms, shuttling kids to soccer practice and setting up... »

User-Generated Content: Will Web 2.0 Pay Its Way?

User-Generated Content: Will Web 2.0 Pay Its Way?

User-Generated Content: Will Web 2.0 Pay Its Way? The days of giant media conglomerates controlling the creation, distribution and monetization of content are fading. An explosion of user-generated content is reshaping the media landscape, shattering the status quo and creating new opportunities for marketers. The User-Generated Content report analyzes the fast-changing new world of... »

Looking Back, Maybe Timing Was Everything

Looking Back, Maybe Timing Was Everything

Looking Back, Maybe Timing Was Everything By LISA NAPOLI Published: March 24, 2005 n the Cards After you sell a company that never produced a cent of revenue for a billion dollars, what do you do for an encore? You get yourself elected to the Colorado State Board of Education, start a couple of... »

Brain Imaging After Stroke May Extend Clot-Buster Time Limit

Brain Imaging After Stroke May Extend Clot-Buster Time Limit Source: University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine Date: February 21, 2001 More on: Brain Injury, Medical Imaging, Stroke, Stroke Prevention, Today's Healthcare, Caregiving Science Daily — A new use for magnetic resonance imaging may reduce brain damage from stroke and save lives, according to... »

Navy wife turns into entrepreneur

Navy wife turns into entrepreneur Sat, Aug 25, 2007 By HALEY HUGHES Staff Writer For Alecia Hardt, a military wife and Aiken native, working from home was the only solution to the challenge of finding employment. Her husband, a Navy lieutenant and an Aiken native, is the operations officer and navigator on the USS... »

Founder: Julie Meyer

Founder: Julie Meyer

Julie Meyer: Meet an entrepreneur who wants to make the NHS great 22/07/2008  EVERYBODY deserves great healthcare. The question is: how should this be achieved? The founders of the NHS felt that the government must deliver the healthcare in order to secure that basic human right; not all nations agree. In Britain, despite the... »

Bargaining for Advantage

Bargaining for Advantage Published: July 23, 1999 in Knowledge@Wharton "Every minute you’re not negotiating skillfully is an opportunity cost," says Richard Shell, chair of the legal studies department at Wharton and author of a book that takes its name from Wharton’s Executive Negotiation Workshop, Bargaining for Advantage. "We are all tempted to compromise in... »

How to Build a User Community, Part 1

How to Build a User Community, Part 1

How to Build a User Community Most user communities take a typical path–the newbies ask questions, and a select group of more advanced users answer them. But that’s a slow path to building the community, and it leaves a huge gaping hole in the middle where most users drop out. If we want to... »

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