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Author:
Matt Ward
Posted:
02.03.2014

The Chinese Moto into Chicago

It’s a strange experience to attend a tech conference like I did last Thursday and have no one — not the audience or the speakers — mention the biggest tech story of the year. It’s a little like attending a family reunion and having nobody comment on your Aunt Mary’s 25-year old boyfriend. Motorola Mobility […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
09.11.2012

Condoleezza Rice Breaches Augusta National’s Men Only Membership Rule

As the nation celebrated the 40th anniversary of Title IX this summer, the previously all-male Augusta National Golf Club invited the first two women to join its ranks.  The invitation to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — whose handicap is reported to be between 13 and 14 — and South Carolina financier Darla Moore […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
02.27.2012

Is This Farewell to the BlackBerry?

“They’re going to pry it out of my hands…” That was President-Elect Obama protesting the idea of giving up his beloved BlackBerry. At one point, Obama suggested that retaining his BlackBerry was one way to stay connected to the real world.  “I’ve got to look for every opportunity to do that – ways that aren’t […]

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Author:
Mark McDowell
Posted:
02.01.2011

Gridlocked Chicago: There’s Some Disagreement

Chicago is # 1!  Unfortunately, this is not good news because the Windy City has been ranked by one study as having the worst traffic congestion in the nation.   The news was one finding of the Urban Mobility Report (UMR),  conducted by the Texas Transportation Institute, the United States’ largest university-affiliated transportation research agency.  Earlier […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
07.27.2010

John Vivadelli: The Real Estate Perfect Storm

Commercial real estate is currently experiencing a perfect storm, one that will utterly change the way corporations utilize their office space in the future.  This is the opinion of John Vivadelli, CEO and founder of AgilQuest Corporation and a well respected industry expert in the fields of alternative office environments; real estate metrics and cost […]

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Author:
Tom Silva
Posted:
06.21.2010

Where Do You Look for Innovation? Not the U.S. Anymore

Breakthrough ideas that change industries are increasingly coming from the developing world rather than the United States or Western Europe.  Part of this is due to the fact that the West is outsourcing more research and development to emerging markets.  Currently, Fortune 500 firms have 98 research-and-development facilities in China and an additional 63 in […]

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Author:
Jacob Cherian
Posted:
09.08.2009

India Still Lags in Innovation

Much has been made in the world’s press about India’s economy buoyed by its IT sector. And a lot of it is justified.  The nation’s IT sector managed to grow some 20 percent in 2008, according to India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies, and IT firms have already extended 100,000 job offers for […]

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Author:
Jacob Cherian
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India Still Lags in Innovation

Much has been made in the world’s press about India’s economy buoyed by its IT sector. And a lot of it is justified.  The nation’s IT sector managed to grow some 20 percent in 2008, according to India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies, and IT firms have already extended 100,000 job offers for […]

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