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When is it time for the CEO to stop Tweeting?

By Wolfe4424 / August 27, 2018

Twitter has become an essential communication platform for politicians, celebrities and individuals to get their own message out.  For some, it’s liberating and a place to have a voice where they otherwise may not have one.  But for CEOs, C-suite Executives and Directors, it’s a landmine to navigate correctly.  Unfortunately, the nature of Twitter means…

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How Big Business Actually Created the Patent Troll

By Jennifer Wolfe / November 21, 2017

Patent Trolls Emerged Because of Market Opportunity rather than Market Demand HOW TO HARNESS DIGITAL ASSETS FOR THE FUTURE Today, many U.S. businesses are in crisis to respond to an emerging threat: Non Practicing Entities. While innovation stalwarts like IBM, Microsoft, Google and Apple remain ahead of the innovation curve, far too many other companies…

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What Can Boards Learn from the Equifax Security Breach?

By Jennifer Wolfe / September 21, 2017

As the story and forensics behind the Equifax breach continues to unfold, directors can dissect what went wrong, who knew and what could have been done about it. What questions should you be asking at your next board meeting? At the top of the list, “are we a target?” The truth is some companies are…

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How an Amazon Trademark Filing tanked Blue Apron’s Stock for a While

By Jennifer Wolfe / August 8, 2017

And why it might not matter anyway. . . Amazon filed a trademark for We do the prep. You be the chef., which was widely reported in business news on July 17th. Blue Apron’s stock went tumbling. Then, the stock tumbled again by about 29%, by the end of July, almost 50% from its IPO…

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Will the Sharing Economy Change the Way We Work?

By Wolfe4424 / June 23, 2017

I recently overheard two flight attendants talking about how they became Uber drivers to earn extra cash on their way home from the airport.  They were giddy with excitement of earning hundreds of extra dollars a month simply for picking up a ride on the way home from work.   A drive they would have done…

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