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Why We Don’t Vote With Our Wallets
“There are hundreds of explanations for our inconsistency, according to Julie Irwin, a professor at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, Austin, who studies ethical consumerism. “It’s just really hard to think about this stuff,” she said. “It’s uncomfortable; people need to get on with their day. It’s not that they don’t care. People who care more are often more inconsistent with their values. It just upsets them more.””
boycott  corporate_culture  culture  corporate_social_responsibility  business  uber  protest 
12 hours ago by alexpriest
Terminal
Terminal builds elite engineering teams to solve the toughest challenges of tomorrow.
Terminal.io  Business  startup_tools 
13 hours ago by GameGamer43
The Founder’s Guide to Raising a Series A Venture Financing
A few years ago I wrote “The Founder’s Guide To Selling Your Company” that was pretty well received by the startup community. I’ve recently been getting a lot of questions about raising a Series A round, and am attempting to summarize my high level thoughts here.
Business  startup_information 
13 hours ago by GameGamer43
Twitter
RT How A Professional Service Can Help You Grow Your
SEO  Business  from twitter
15 hours ago by downhillmarketing
Twitter
RT How A Professional Service Can Help You Grow Your
SEO  Business  from twitter
15 hours ago by downhillmarketing
The Antidote to Being Spread Too Thin
I’ve been feeling spread thin lately and this has given me some keys to fixing the problem.
articles  business  process  requiredreading 
15 hours ago by scottboms
How Crazy Was Zelda? - The New York Times
Now about a financial element which I forgot to mention. Zelda has absolutely no sense about money, though she is not particularly self-indulgent. This is partly my fault as I gave word in Switzerland for her to have every luxury in the line of Paris clothes and so forth that she wanted, because I felt she needed cheering up after her long ascetic effort in the ballet. At that time I made a great deal of money (for me).
writing  business  life 
16 hours ago by foliovision
Bowens: Yes, We're Dead, and Chinese Brands Killed Us
ne of the main factors in its demise was the rise of cheaper gear by Chinese manufacturers.
bowens  photography  history  business  china 
17 hours ago by bwiese

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