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Costly Lessons From Business Failures

Business failure is hard to swallow. I once founded a small software business that initially achieved some success but failed after we hooked-up with another software business whose products we introduced to our market. We failed because there were no synergies, their technology sucked (Intersolv - formerly Sage Software) and we simply did not change course.

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Empathetic Customer Service vs Sucky Customer Service

Of course, even if Dell was active in the blogosphere, who's to say that they

admin Fri, 07/29/2005 - 11:41
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Take a bite!

Funny how we all want to jump up and say that we are for change when deep ins

admin Thu, 05/19/2005 - 08:27
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It's A Flat World Getting Flatter.

It's a Flat World, After All, By Thomas  L. rRriedman, NY Times, Published: April 3, 2005

admin Tue, 04/05/2005 - 12:10
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Why Do Good Companies Fail?

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