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Saving a fundamentally flawed business
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10/1/2012   8 comments
A "fundamentally flawed" company cannot recover simply by shaving costs. What can management do to turn around such an enterprise?
Caption Contest: Caveman on board
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10/1/2012   54 comments
Whether you’re pro Cro-Magnon or negative on the Neanderthals, now is the time to make a mammoth effort to come up with one liners that would even impress Fred Flintstone himself
Silicon Valley Nation: Lost voices
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10/1/2012   5 comments
Where have our industry leaders gone?
Yoshida in China: Cultural rev survivors leap forward
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10/1/2012   8 comments
When introduced to a Chinese person, here’s one question you may want to ask. The answer could be more revealing than you imagine.
Baidu founder says follow your passion
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10/1/2012   1 comment
The most important thing is to always enjoy what you do, Robin Li told a group of 1,500 mainly young Chinese tech experts.
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