Co-inventor, Andy Stanford-Clark explains his vision of billions of digital appliances, from smartphones to sensors in homes, cars, trains and machines of all kinds, that would communicate with each other to automate tasks and make life better for all.
Read this and believe it should be mandatory reading by all size companies and individuals in those companies. Several reasons for my comment: 1. This stuff happens too many times and the companies who are guilty should be identified and candidates should be leery of working for them and employees should understand the ethics […]
Your lenders are spying on your clients
As mortgage brokers we are always in jeopardy of losing our customers to the lenders we work with.
We deal with our clients for a short amount of time, but the lender is in constant communication with them for years. And whenever your customers are asked who their mortgage company is,
There are many professions in the world that require strong will, stamina and courage to get occupied. Thousands of policemen, doctors, firemen, rescue teams save people every minute. Graduating form the University and mastering one of the professions mentioned above you think only about successful
The Great Importance of Doing Business with Ethics
For most people, money makes the world go round and business bears that money. Businessmen will perhaps do anything just to achieve the ultimate goal of having a business, and that is to earn income. Net profit or income financially means a surplus of sales or revenues after deducting costs and ex
Honesty in Business
What I want to discuss in this article is the basic idea of honesty. The internet is a wonderful place to do business, but with the continuous flood of spyware, malware, and spam, it can be a horrible and very frustrating for the average user. I am amazed, but not surprised, by the unethical prac
Has Honesty Become a Thing of the Past?
Has honesty become a thing of the past? Many people are asking themselves this question as they scour the net for what they need.
As the low economy in the United States takes its toll on many, people are constantly looking for alternative ways to solve their dilemma, including the
Giveaways by Web Site Draw in Consumers
Toy surprises buried in cereal boxes or in bags of popular snacks have been a marketing tactic for as long as package goods have been sold in supermarkets. Most people probably can’t even imagine a Cracker Jack box without a prize inside.
Giveaways are not just for kids; adults have lo
FBI Raids: Pertinent or Paranoid?
Business always moves faster than government …
It’s no surprise that a great deal of lawmakers’ time is spent reacting to advances in commerce and science. It’s also no surprise that one of their favorite tactics is to call on their enforcement agencies to bring scrutiny against any
Ethics & Leadership in Business Development
In the 25 + years of working with some of the best people in Business Development within the power generation industry, we have found some unique characteristics that separate these individuals from the rest. It doesn’t seem to matter what organization they work for, or the services, the client ba