When you think of transformational businesses, you might think of Google, Facebook, Apple or Amazon. These four businesses, however, may be the tip of the iceberg.
John Sculley believes now is the best time ever to build a transformational business. Four digital technologies make launching a revolutionary business possible.
We discuss the implications to entrepreneurs, the economy, the Middle Class and to society in general from his book, Moonshot: Game-Changing Strategies to Build Billion-Dollar Businesses.
Nuclear power is the redheaded stepchild in the US Energy puzzle. An abundance of inexpensive oil and gas has put nuclear power on the back burner.
What is nuclear energy’s fate in the US? Is it the missing piece of the clean energy revolution?
Dr. Michaele Brady Raap believes nuclear energy deserves a better fate.
She’s the president of the American Nuclear Society.
China is, by far, the single biggest emitter of the mainstay greenhouse gas carbon dioxide in human history.
How it earned that dubious distinction is clear. China made the decision to become the world’s manufacturer. Every minute of every day during the mid-2000s Americans purchased about $460,000 dollars worth of Chinese goods.
Growing reports of labor and environmental malpractice surfaced during that same period of time, but American consumers shrugged off these reported violations in favor of cheaper good.
But is society better off because of this? Chip Jacobs argues, No.”
He looks at the environmental catastrophe happening in China and worries we’re rapidly reaching a point of no return in environmental damage.
In this constantly-connected, 24/7, three-screen world in which we live, there’s incredible pressure being put on traditional brands and brand marketers. We’re seeing decades-old brands—like Radio Shack, Nokia and Pontiac—disappear.
How will brands survive? And, which ones are more likely to survive?
Owen Shapiro is a futurist, market researcher and strategist for some of the world’s biggest brands.
We examine the future of brands and marketing from his latest book Brand Shift.
The US Economy is emerging from the Great Recession of 2008-2009 after five years of moribund GDP and job growth.
Thousands of US families were devastated by the economic downturn—many of them still recovering their losses.
While it’s impossible to predict these economic disasters, one can be better prepared to weather the consequences with proper financial planning and management.
Bob Dickie runs a company that specializes in training people in sound financial practices according to “God’s financial principles.”
The 35-year old company proselytizes both its financial and spiritual message using the Internet.
We examine how a ministry can take advantage of the Internet to reach a wider audience.
You may not know it, but there’s an association of personal historians whose profession is to help others write their family history and personal journey.
Libby Atwater is a member of that society.
After years of helping others investigate and write their stories, she’s learned that everyone has a tale to tell and an interesting background. Often times, it simply takes a skilled person, such as herself, to ferret out the good stuff.
Now, she’s turned the microscope on her own life and written Part One of her memoir, What Lies Within.