Author Jeff Jarvis discusses his book, What Would Google Do?, and how the lessons of Google are applicable to other industries and companies
Forget hauling your briefcase to a stuffy convention. Online events are the best, most cost-effective places to exchange information. Pro or con?
But the Obama Administration and Congress are starting to grapple with the enormity of the problems in the financial system
Carmakers need to let go of their musty business models and start thinking like 21st century companies—like Google
Industrial policy isn't dead. It's thriving in the states—and may be the start of a U.S. comeback strategy
"Here in North Jersey, we are 'ganging up' on landlords. As a group we contact the landlord with offers less than the listed, until the landlord grabs for almost anything."
All good leaders hate letting people go, but it's perilous to stand pat today
In his inaugural address, the President calls for changes in energy, health care, and infrastructure in order to deal with the economic crisis