Stephen Ross was fired before he decided to start his own business.
Ross's first job in New York was with Laird, a securities brokerage firm. It didn't last long. "They were having problems, and I was released, if you will," Ross said. He got a new job at Bear Stearns. That didn't work out eith
If there’s been one thing that tends to get me going, it’s when people in the industry start talking about social signals. In particular, Google using them as a ranking factor. Is this truly the case? Or do a lot of folks have it wrong? Or is the answer a bit more complex?
That’s what we’ll get into today.
For starters, let’s get the easy bits out of....More>>>
SES Toronto was full of great content from the keynote from Avinash Kaushik where he took local companies to task with their search visibility and user experience to breakout sessions like the content marketing optimization panel I presented on and this one: Spy vs. Spy: Competitive Analysis. There’s a plethora of tools available online to track, monitor and uncover information that could....More>>>
It was a lovely day in Palm Beach, Florida, today, sunny and 74 degrees and going up to maybe 80 tomorrow, according to weather.com. Pretty solid day for the stock market, too. Just wondering, whether the one has something to do with the other?
The Dow Jones today is on the rise for the third straight day on Wall Street. Dow futures collected a gain of over 100 points in pre-market trading, as investors continued to bet on a robust earnings season. While geopolitical tensions over Syrian military intervention and the brea
As Starbucks Corp.'s (SBUX) former CEO Howard Schultz hit the airwaves on Wednesday to apologize and the company schedules a half-day for employee training addressing racial sensitivity, its reputation with the public has tumbled to the lowest point in mo