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Corporate America?s Rejection of Windows Vista
2008-05-14 04:34:00
msnbc: General Motors may take a detour around Vista, the latest computer operating system from Microsoft. The automaker has encountered so many speed bumps getting Vista to work on its machines that it may just wait for the next version of Windows, due in 2010 or 2011. “We’re considering bypassing Vista and going straight to Windows ...
Are YOU Ready to Escape From Corporate America?
2008-05-09 13:08:00
Pamela Skillings is an author, journalist, blogger and entrepreneur who spent twelve years working as a marketing executive for major New York companies. In 2004, she realized that corporate life wasn?t working for her anymore. By 2005, she left the world of steady paychecks and free office supplies to launch her own company. ...
Trendlines
2008-05-06 10:01:00
Trendlines A Way To Quantify The Vortex Of Suck That Is The Bush Administration
The left and corporate America; a small example
2008-05-05 18:16:00
Noted a resturant review over the weekend in the New York Times… and wouldn’t have said much at all, except that it got so bad with it’s left-leaning, that even left leaner, Ezra Klein can’t stand it anymore.  Yes, that’s really saying something. They decided to use their perch at the Times, to unload on one of the larger and more visible symbols of Corporate America… the Chain restaurant.  It’s amazing, what happens when the left gets on it’s high horse about such things… the kind of amazing that can only be associated with a train wreck. You know how it’s going to come out, but you can’t take your eyes away. Look, understand the depth of this thing; Klein and I agree on abut 1% of what comes out of his mouth. So, on those rare ocasions when even Klein is forced into reality, I consider it noteworthy, and this is one such occasion. Klein: I can see why people who like knowing exactly what to expect — especia...
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Sunday contribution:How to Get Fired from Corporate America (Without Commit
2008-05-04 11:13:00
It is not as easy as one would assume… ----By Kelly N. Patterson First a little background music… As you may or may not know, I work exclusively with non-profit organizations, development agencies, academic institutions, and the arts. Call me...
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Lindsay Lohan is a Victim of Corporate America
2008-05-02 12:50:00
This ad appeared in todayÂ’s issue of USA Today. So if youÂ’re Lindsay Lohan, you need an ignition lock, but itÂ’s okay to drink and drive if you just got married, youÂ’re at a nice restaurant or club all dressed up with your friends, or your a corporate businessman wearing your Brooks Brothers finery. Popular: 1 days 43 minutes ago source: (www.celebuwreck.com)
Free Trade
2008-04-16 10:01:00
Free Trade Somebody Has To Pay For It
Apple iPhone Getting Boos From Corporate America
2008-04-02 13:09:00
The rampant popularity of the iPhone is cause for IT consternation across corporate America right now. The all-in-one Apple device, originally designed for consumer use, has take a bite out of Research In Motion’s BlackBerry and now holds at least a 28 percent slice of the smart phone market. read it here redherring.com
Concept Car
2008-03-25 09:01:00
Concept Car How About One That Doesn’t Line The Pockets Of People Who Hate Us Every Time I Fill Up The Tank
Russell Simmons Discusses Hip Hop's Influence In Corporate America
2008-02-11 00:00:00
Hip hop has a hold on everything from music to fashion and has become one of corporate America's most valuable tools. CBS News correspondent Alexis Christoforous talked with entrepreneur Russell Simmons about his business success and work with the Hi
Two Americas
2008-01-24 09:01:00
Two Americas The Bush Administration’s Disaster Response Time Seems Just A Tad Quicker If You’re Rich SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Two Americas", url: "http://leftwingconspiracy.com/-2008/01/24/two-americas/" });
Human Capital Challenges Facing Corporate America in 2008: 5 Questions Abou
2008-01-11 08:11:00
Human Capital has been defined as the capabilities, experiences, time, skills, and knowledge of the individual employee. The greatest employee challenge facing corporate America is the strategic personal development of their human capital in order to ensure effective utilization of this talent. In order to properly manage this vital resource, firms must identify their challenges ...
Value
2007-12-19 09:01:00
Value Imagine The Exchange Rate On This Bill If This Was George W Bush’s Face In case you haven’t heard, the exchange rate sucks these days SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Value", url: "http://leftwingconspiracy.com/-2007/12/19/value/" });
Corporate Greed
2007-12-18 09:01:00
Corporate Greed Because doing the right thing isn’t my problem Behold former Exxon CEO Lee Raymond Something a little less academic can be found here. SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Corporate Greed", url: "http://leftwingconspiracy.com/-2007/12/18/corporate-greed/" });
The Decline Of Jobs In Corporate America Posted By : A Aldama
2007-12-02 04:12:00
Let’s face it,jobs are on the decline in corporate America. The times are changing. If you do not change with the times, simple you begin to fall behind. Go to school and get a job, no longer holds true. Many baby boomers are finding out the hard way. More: continued here
Bend over corporate America has a little something for you
2007-11-25 23:33:00
I’m going to tell you 2 recent tales that happened in my life which underscores the problems in corporate America. For extra emphasis, I’m adding a recent segment of the Bill Moyers Journal. If you haven’t seen the Bill Moyers Journal you are missing some of the best reporting and journalism anywhere. Bill Moyers speaks ...
Corporate America Can Learn a Lot from Bloggers
2007-11-09 18:01:00
If you're in charge of a B2B (business to business) corporate Web site, you may have wrestled with the decision of whether or not your company should create a blog. If you'd rather not engage in blogging, there are alternatives that can still help you drive qualified traffic and leads to your corporate Web site, as a blog might, and to get the search engine ranking benefits a blog might bring.You don't have to be a blogger to take advantage of the latest blogging techniques. In fact, you can learn a lot about promoting your company's products and services online by "doing what the bloggers do."The corporate world has traditionally been very slow to adopt blogging. After all, adding a blog to a corporate Web site is a big decision ? and could have an impact on the company's brand, as well as how the brand is perceived. Additionally, there are a lot of maintenance requirements of a blog. For example, who in the company will be responsible for the writing and posting on the blog? ...
Being Black In Corporate America
2007-10-24 04:59:00
Being black in corporate America and being successful is analogous to being a chameleon....I have always been told, "you have to work twice as hard to get 1/2 as far". I was always like "whatever". But as I became more wise, that statement made more and more sense.From my experience, you have to learn to adapt to the environment of the "majority". This means that almost everything you were taught growing up in a black family ("don't let white people talk to you like that", "you better stand up and demand respect", "don't be a punk", "dressing hip hop is cool", etc.) has to be pushed aside mentally in order to achieve any real success in corporate America.There are going to be MANY times when your "boss" or someone in a more senior position doesn't like you for whatever reason and will try to make you crack under pressure. The thing is, you can't give them that satisfaction..They want you to "get ethnic" on them which gives them an excuse to take further action. They will sa...
Do Prostitutes Use the Social Web Better Than Corporate America? [Digg]
2007-10-08 17:14:00
Do Prostitutes Use the Social Web Better Than Corporate America?
The Green Blogosphere: Therapy for Corporate America?
2007-09-29 20:18:00
Each year in recent memory, General Motors (GM) has invited the press and other key influencers out to the famous Milford Proving Grounds to spend a day testing out its upcoming model year line of...
Dear Corporate America
2007-08-24 14:25:00
Dear Corporate America, I’ve been meaning to send you this letter for quite a while now. Every time I hear a “corporate type” talk about the youth of today, I want to pull them aside and explain a few things, so here we go. I would like to take the time to inform you ...
Daily News: Ethics In Corporate America, To Be Or Not To Be?
2007-08-10 18:59:00
It is often debated about whether to bring your work home with you. Here in the Nation?s Capitol, it appears that we have the hardest time ?turning it off.? A recent study from AOL reported that Washington, D.C. is the most ?email addicted? city in the U.S. And, lets be honest, if faced ...
Corporate America Servicing web sites of Hezbollah and Hamas
2007-08-05 20:14:00
Recent report shows Hezbollah and Hamas host their web sites, their main propaganda tools, with American ISPs. It is illegal for a US company to provide services to a known terrorist organization.
Profits For Corporate America Are Up
2007-07-14 02:05:00
Between 2000 and 2005, the U.S. economy went from 9.8 trillion dollars to 11.2 trillion dollars. In that time, productivity of the American worker went up 16.6 %. Corporate profits went from 17.7 % to 20.9 %. Great news ...right??? Yeah...so how is it that the buying power of the average American worker went down 2.9 % in comparison??? Not to worry...the average C.E.O. now earns about 262 times as much as the average worker. In 1965, it was 24 times as much. Since 1992, C.E.O. salaries are up 186 %. Since 2000, those in the top 1 % income bracket, have seen 50.4 % increase in pay. The middle class received about 14 % more in earnings. Poor folks got 3.4 % more money over the five year period. Starting pay for high school AND college grads are down. Jobs with benefit packages are down. So...when the government big shots tell you that the economy is strong....it is.. for them and their corporate buddies.
A Message For Corporate America
2007-07-01 14:15:00
For some time now, the media, Corporate America, and proponents of the recently failed Reid-Kennedy Immigration Bill, have been saying that it was the "Vocal Minority" that jammed the phone lines, sent the E-Mails, and Telegrams that caused the BILL to fail. That confirms precisley what the opponents of the Bill have known. Either they have not read the polls, or they have ignored them. Every Poll taken by a number of sources tell the same story. The "Majority" of the American People were opposed to granting legal status to those that have broken our laws. When the Bill came before the Senate for the second time, it had less support than it did the first. The Senators were abandoning the Bill like rats fleeing a sinking ship. Why?? Because they had gone home over the Memorial Day Break and got an earful from their constituents. There have always been, and there will always be, those that would profit by the expoitation of others less fortunate. That is what Slavery is. Proponents ...
The results are in!
2007-06-27 20:43:00
And the Winners are (DRUM ROLL) ....ExxonMobile, Halliburton, and Wal-Mart!Corporate Accountability International reports:"Nearly 8,600 voters have voiced their choice, and the 2007 inductees are ExxonMobil, Halliburton and Wal-Mart. Here are the results:ExxonMobil: 4,834 Votes CastHalliburton: 4,324 Votes CastWal-Mart: 2,882 Votes CastKimberly-Clark: 2,822 Votes CastCoke: 1,935 Votes CastFord: 1,465 Votes CastNestl: 1,075 Votes CastMerck: 879 Votes CastWrite-Ins: 313 Votes CastTotal Voters: 8,592Each voter could select up to three different nominees, or they could write in their own candidate. More than 300 people did so, with corporations such as Monsanto, Lockheed Martin and McDonald?s named the most frequently. And many of you posted comments...."To find out why the new inductees led the voting: CLICK HERE.Technorati tags: Corporations, Corporat...
Learned from Corporate America
2007-06-13 11:11:00
Indecision is the key to flexibility. You can't tell which way the train went by looking at the track. There is absolutely...
?Do you feel like we do? - I don?t like Corporate America
2007-06-06 14:44:00
Yes, this post was inspired by “Do you feel like we do” Frampton Comes Alive! (1976). Oh, and yes, I was alive (age 10) in 1976. I can even remember that year. Like I tell my 16 year old daughter, “I’m way cooler than any of your friends.” She doesn’t buy ...
Sunday Late-Night Reader
2007-06-04 06:00:00
DOJ Probes Turn to Civil Rights Division | LegalTimes.com:The Civil Rights Division has emerged as the latest lightning rod for allegations that the Justice Department has become politicized during the Bush administration.Congress Wants Ashcroft's Testimony | Newsweek | Isikoff: "The House and Senate Intelligence Committees have asked the former attorney general to testify about his role in a dramatic showdown over a controversial eavesdropping program. Will he play ball? ..."White House Follows New Path To Secrecy:"A newly disclosed effort to keep Vice President Dick Cheney's visitor records secret is the latest White House push to make sure the public doesn't learn who has been meeting with top officials in the Bush administration. Over the past year, lawyers for President Bush and Cheney have directed the Secret Service to maintain the confidentiality of visitor entry and exit logs, declaring them to be presidential records, exempt from a law requiring their disclosure to whoe...
Taming the Giant Corporation
2007-05-31 02:50:00
By Ralph NaderCommonDreams.orgThis column heralds a pioneering conference next month in Washington, D.C. But first a little background.Back in the nineteen thirties, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt went on the national radio and declared what the basic necessities were for the American people - a wage that can support a family, decent housing, the right to health care, a good education and future economic security.Sound familiar today? It certainly would sound familiar to a majority of the American people. The struggle for livelihood, the struggles to escape poverty, calamitous health care bills, mounting debt, gouging rents and failing, crumbling schools continues year after year.What?s that French saying - ?the more things change, the more they remain the same.?Things have changed for the rich and corporate, though. The rich have gotten richer. The talk now is about the super-rich and the hyper-rich. The richest 1 percent of people in this country has financial wealth equal to...
Vampire Mythology and Corporate America
2007-04-19 02:45:00
Tales of vampires have been with us for thousands of years. The Babylonians had Lilith, who reputedly had a thing for sucking the blood of babies. The fiends lurk in the most unimaginable places?The Greeks had the lamaias, also with a penchant for the little ones. The Ashanti had Asabonasam, the Haitians had Loogaroo, India ...
Corporate America: “those niggas won’t care, keep him on the air”
2007-04-10 14:13:00
I told Mrs. Snoop this morning that I wish to God I have the writing skills to convey properly my anger over this Imus crap. From the shower to my drive to work my anger has subsided somewhat. As a black man, this bullshit Imus two week vacation is a joke because it is clear to me now ...
Fortune Profiles The Greening of Corporate America
2007-04-03 02:30:00
Green Giants: Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia; recycling computer parts at H-PThe current issue of Fortune is a treasure trove of stories of companies that got the green religion. Some did it from the standpoint of a moral imperative. Others did it for the other type of green -- money. The cover issue is about the so-called "coolest company" on earth, Patagonia, maker of outdoor apparel and gear. Alas, it is not a public company. However, other stories are more complex. Take, for example, the case of Dupont (NYSE:DD). After decades of resisting pressure about their ozone-depleting CFC's, the company learned that CFC-substitutes not only soothed environmentalists, but also increased profits. This caused the CEO to direct his team to find similar innovations. The result is a reduction in greenhouse gases on the order of 76 percent. Of course, as with many of the most astounding cases of reduction, it logically follows that they were heavy polluters to begin with. O...
Making it in Corporate America: How Women Can Survive, Prosper, and Make a
2007-03-02 03:08:01
Price-$6 To BUY choose or click any of the following: 1- 2-Moneybookers Email: service@bestnichebooks.com This book offers tips, pointers, and advice for women at all levels of the corporate world. Some how-to-succeed books for women offer helpful techniques and strategies to improve a career or fatten a paycheck. Nearly all are written by journalists, academics, and researchers, or by women who started their business careers at mid-level or higher because of previous experience. Yet few of these authors have experienced the humiliation, the apprehension, the dread, the fears, the naivete and discrimination that women in the trenches understand all too well. This book is based the personal experience of the author and the women she interviewed, making it a unique and practical guide to dispelling the fears that women have about asserting themselves in the workplace. Diane Smallen-Grob presents interviews with women executives who struggled for decent jobs and progressive careers in...
The Aiding and Abetting of Corporate America
2007-02-14 05:52:02
Michelle has a detailed article on the selling out of America, by… Bank of America. Bank of Illegal Aliens in America @ Michelle Malkin Bank of America has introduced a new credit especially and exclusively for law-breaking immigrants. Really. The story is on the front page of the Wall Street Journal today. It’s subscription-only. In the latest sign of the U.S. banking industry’s aggressive pursuit of the Hispanic market, Bank of America Corp. has quietly begun offering credit cards to customers without Social Security numbers — typically illegal immigrants. Read more. Credit cards to those without S.S. numbers??? I am inscensed! I was born out of the country on an American Naval Base. Both of my parents are American, and I have to jump through hoops in order to obtain a current drivers license. Being as I was born out of the country. But if I was an illegal alien I could request a line of credit from Bank of America??? How in the hell do they get away with...
Corporate America Can Learn a Lot from Bloggers
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Corporate marketers can make their sites more user-friendly, and more search engine-friendly, by taking a page from the playbook of successful bloggers.
Working As A Black Man In Corporate America
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Ah…the thrill of being a black man in corporate America. Actually, it’s not all that bad, but it sure isn’t everything it’s cracked up to be. There are some inherent problems, but, sure, there are some benefits too. Not everyone makes you feel as if you are the token of the organization, ...
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