Image via Wikipedia So I figure I’d write a quick post this morning while I wait to catch my connecting flight home. This is also my first post via the iPhone WordPress application, so it’s somewhat of a test from this device. ===================== This week I was at the SSPA trade show in Las Vegas, […]
It’s been nearly two years since I last visited India [an unusually long gap for me], and seven years since I last spent an entire month there. That is what I plan to do this time, spend the entire month of October in India. My calendar is already filling up with more meetings and travel […]
It’s hard to imagine a worse collapse of confidence in product delivery than the one that Airbus is experiencing lately. Not only has its white elephant A380 been delayed numerous times, forcing huge management restructuring, but now major aircraft buyers are canceling their orders and shifting their buying power to Boeing. FedEx is the 1st […]
Boeing announced two major deals with huge implications for the Indian economy and airline sector. The company will invest over $175 million in repair and training facilities, and will source almost $2 billion worth of products and services from India. In addition to this huge deal, the company also announced that it had closed a […]
Steve Rubel, over at Micro Persuasion, makes a brief mention of new podcast downloads at Fidelity Investments’ Registered Investment Advisor Group. While not in the true podcast spirit (To access the actual audio, you have to go through a registration process), the fact that Fidelity is offering this service is worth noting. I think we’re […]
It’s hard to imagine the mega-retailer behaving like a VC, but stranger things have happened….
We’ve seen just about everything commercialized, but Ford’s use of the Peanuts theme is just wrong…
Doesn’t it seem like every year the AAA says “this will be a record breaking travel holiday?”….