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Shooting For Higher Goals: Leadership Lessons Fro...
David S. Pottruck’s 20-year career at Charles SchwabCharles Schwab jolted to a sudden halt on the morning of July 19, 2004. After three years as co-CEO with Schwab, founder of the San Francisco...
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Vinyl record sales to top 1m for first time since...
Vinyl record sales to top 1m for first time since 1996 Close to 800,000 vinyl records sold so far this year, already higher than 2013 Music fans searching through vinyl bins at
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Amazon helped kill the alt-weekly: One more reaso...
In the San Francisco Bay Area, the unrelenting rise of the tech sector is pushing musicians and middle-class workers – bohemian and bourgeoisie alike – out onto the streets. Across the country in...
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Iggy Pop interview: 'the music business is bad fo...
... the singer says, moving on, “that’s that.” We’re here to talk about busy Iggy’s latest ventures: a capsule fashion line in collaboration with rum brand Sailor Jerry, his BBC 6Music radio...
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Progress Software to help partners get up to date
That was one of the key themes coming out of this year’s Progress Exchange, a partner conference of about 1,000 customers, partners, and company staff. While Progress didn’t share any new...
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Cloud Strategy: Disrupt The Market; Not Your Busi...
By Tim Minahan, Chief Marketing Officer, SAP Cloud It’s a fact: your business is under attack. Within the next five years, your industry will be disrupted by a new competitor that will fundamentally...
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Japan overwhelmingly favors CDs to digital music ...
There’s no doubt that many people think Japan is a technologically advanced wonderland that has robots awaiting at every turn. Most people have their images crushed when they step outside any of the...
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Terry O'Neill on Keith Moon, The Beatles, Dolly P...
Keeping Keith Moon upright, turning down Dolly Parton and why Chuck Berry drove Keith Richards mad... Terry O'Neill on shooting the stars Terry O'Neill has been photographing rock legends since 1963...
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Going crazy with 2PM and its new music
Popular Korean idol group 2PM proved its mighty power in Japan after releasing the new single, Midaretemina, last week. The song is a Japanese version of Go Crazy, the title song of the group’s...
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