By Chris Selland on December 18, 2011
Came across this Tweet a few moments ago from my friend Leigh. content is a crappy business $AOL “@hblodget: There Is Something Fundamentally Wrong With AOL’s Media Business read.bi/vPzhT4” — Leigh Drogen (@LDrogen) December 17, 2011 I was about to RT or write a snarky reply, but then I got thinking about Christopher Hitchens, especially after reading Christopher [...]
By Chris Selland on February 15, 2011
Apologies for the post-Grammys inspiration, but if you make your living – directly or indirectly – by writing, you need to read this New York Times piece, and Barry Ritholtz’s followup – right now. At Media Companies, a Nation of Serfs (New York Times) The Dangle: Illusory Promises of Content Farms (The Big Picture) As [...]
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By Brian Sommer on January 19, 2010
A former Deloitte Vice Chairman is handed an unfavorable court decision in Delaware. The allegations against him are eye opening. How can service firms prevent these events from happening in the first place?
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