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6 Sales Lessons From the Election

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Mitt Romney and Linda McMahon (in the Senate race in Connecticut) both tried to use their CVs as CEOs as their major "product feature." Unfortunately, after decades of downsizing, rightsizing, offsourcing and offshoring, the message that "I'm a CEO, trust me" doesn't fly with everybody.

'Made in the USA' Gets a Makeover

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That can't happen, he adds, when manufacturers go offshore for cheap workers and inferior materials. American manufacturing has a new artisanal image--and a new ad agency from the creative team of Crispin Porter + Bogusky.

Finding Your Co-Founders

In my case, I grew up in Connecticut and spent a fair amount of time in New York – all the while trying to start companies, relatively unsuccessfully. sites from scratch - Experienced with the majority of the social api’s (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Meebo, PayPal, Flickr) - Experience managing offshore dev teams - Most recently a Director of Product Development at an early stage funded startup [link] meeblog » Blog Archive » starting up: finding your co-founders [.]

From Nothing To Something. How To Get There.

Richard Williams I finally get it, it’s really simple: 1) Go to a prep school somewhere in Connecticut 2) Work your way into Yale 3) Grab an MBA from Stanford 4) Pick up an easy job doing M&A 5) Come up with a brilliant idea to combine IM services onto a website 6) Convince a few folks to build you a prototype 7) Simply raise $37m from VCs 8) End up writing a guest article for Techcrunch about your tumultuous journey to the top 9) … 10) Profit?