Business


NeighborDog

NeighborDog

According to NeighborDog founders Paul and Andrea McCurry, Facebook is failing its audience on a number of levels. In response, they launched neighbordog.com, which could be characterized as the anti-Facebook.

Published 09/26/2010

 

Bottled and Sold

Bottled and Sold

It wasn’t all that long ago that everyone drank water from the tap. Today bottled water is everywhere—one of the most successful commercial products of the past few decades.

Published 09/06/2010

 

People of WalMart: The Book

People of WalMart: The Book

“We’re not so much making fun of individuals, we’re making fun of poor choices,” says Luke Wherry, co-founder of People of WalMart dot-com.

Published 09/06/2010

 

Success Made Simple

Success Made Simple

An Industrial Revolution is underway in Amish Country, as communities extend the Amish “brand” into a wider range of businesses.

Published 08/09/2010

 

Comebacks

Comebacks

“Comebacks” delivers personal and professional lessons from influential business leaders who bounced back from devastating setbacks.

Published 08/01/2010

 

The Rise and Fall of Baseball Cards

The Rise and Fall of Baseball Cards

Twenty years ago, baseball cards were a billion-dollar-a-year industry, with an estimated 81 billion cards produced each year. But the boom times came to an end in the mid-nineties, and to this day the industry hasn’t recovered.

Published 07/11/2010

 

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