Monthly Archives: October 2012
I am finally getting around to recording a Wal Mart practice that is clearly meant to be misleading. If you look at the seafood freezer you will see their frozen shrimp. Shrimp is graded by size– the number per pound–so … Continue reading
Mitt, You won’t tell us how much you make You don’t like 47% of us You are a member of the party who was on watch during the financial meltdown, caused, in large part by your buddies. You also have … Continue reading
If you do, and I would agree, here is the most reasonable explanation I have ever heard, backed up with data. Richard Wilkinson’s TED talk on income inequality.
The man who influenced business to companies to: cut costs try to dominate a niche in the market differentiate their products has a new focus, U.S competitiveness. Michael Porter, a professor at the Harvard Business School, he is leading the … Continue reading