Mark Story of the Securities and Exchange Commission joins to discuss how possible new filing requirements for public companies could help individual investors.
At CustomScoop recently, we have had some conversations about how I tend to “parachute in” to various discussions. Some of it is of my own doing, inserting myself into something that I have an interest in or opinion on, while sometimes it is at the request of one or another team member who wants to solicit my feedback or advice.
I have resisted calling myself a “coach” for agencies. In my mind’s eye, I see a coach as doing something slightly different from the consulting advice that I provide. When I ran CustomScoop, I liked to call it a “media intelligence” service instead of “media monitoring” or “online news clipping” because I believed it provided…
As the year and decade* come to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on the personal, professional, and societal events that have impacted you in that time. I’m a much bigger fan of looking back and learning than I am in engaging in the traditional year-end exercise of trying to predict the future….
Over the past few years, a plethora of businesses have cropped up that depend almost exclusively on another company. The most frequent tie-ins include Twitter and Facebook. In recent days, a number of companies that seek to extend Twitter’s functionality have learned the hard way just how risky a business strategy this approach can be….
Todd Van Hoosear, one of the principals of Fresh Ground, a Boston-area communications firm, joined me on my Disruptive Dialogue podcast to discuss his recent trip to the DEMO Spring conference in Palm Desert, California. Presenters at the event get 6 minutes to convince an audience of media, investors, and entrepreneurs that their new product…
Jon Garthwaite, Editor of Townhall.com, joins Chip to talk about the acquisition of the conservative web portal by Salem Communications, as well as his outlook of the future of politics online.