Yogi Berra once famously remarked, “The future ain’t what it used to be.”
Pizza the Action is a major distributor of pizza dough and toppings and provides these products to many large national pizza chains. Pizza the Action’s top sales person, Eaton Wright, just announced that he was resigning and that he had accepted a position with The Pie’s the Limit, an upstart competitor in the very same industry.
We live in a world where people do not always do what I wish they would do. I imagine you’re probably okay with that; I’m coming to terms with it.
The Clash asked the musical question: “Should I stay or should I go?”
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday granted certiorari in two high profile labor cases, setting up what promises to be a compelling October 2013 term for labor practitioners.
Like all major RSS reader players, Flipboard is fully geared up to accomodate Google Reader users before the shutdown July 1st.
Back in January 2012, I posted a short item titled, Supreme Court Sets The Tone For 2012 Term: Might Makes Right, in which I recounted how the Supreme Court had begun the 2011-2012 term with two opinions that were great if you own a prison management company or fake credit repair company, but not so great if you were injured by a private prison’s malfeasance or defrauded by a consumer credit company.
Lifestyle businesses are often pointed at – as the source of the business succession crisis. A business that is properly run pays attention to all of the issues that result in being “sale ready”.
Kim Kardashian is notorious for setting Twitter trends with her fashion-forward tweets. But would a consumer buy the same product knowing she was paid up to $20,000 for tweeting it?
Winn Blohn knew the storm was coming before it lifted the roof and parts of the second floor from his home. Hiding behind the kitchen counters during the fifteen seconds of swirling glass and falling debris, Winn knew the roof was gone.