Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Sales Prevention Department

Many companies have one or more sales prevention departments. Some people consider the credit department a sales prevention department when they won’t issue acceptable credit terms to a prospective customer. My friend, Abe Walking Bear Sanchez has some thought-provoking ideas on … Continue reading

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Liberals, Conservatives, and the CEO’s Time

One of the most efficient ways I’ve found to keep up with the news and the issues is to peruse memeorandum.com a couple times a day.  Memorandum is a blog aggregator that lists the main stories of the hour with … Continue reading

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Another sign of an improving economy

Prior to the late 2008 & 2009 Great Recession a pre-fab steel building company, General Steel, was a pervasive advertiser on radio and cable TV. During the Great Recession they were noticeably absent from the media. Today, for the first … Continue reading

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