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Tag Archives: Wall Street Journal
Is Samsung on the comeback trail?
Working in an office ruled by Macs and firmly entrenched in an Apple driven world (hey I even work in the Big Apple regularly), when it comes to my smartphone I have resisted the move to be all Apple all … Continue reading
Posted in Mobile Communication, Smartphones, Technology Tagged Amazon Fire phone, Apple watch, HTC, IPhone 6, Samsung S4, Samsung S5, Samsung S6, Wall Street Journal, Xiaomi, ZTE 3 Comments
Just don’t take away my printed Sunday New York Times
As a big fan of digital publishing I read my daily newspapers digitally (The NY Times and Wall Street Journal) – all except for the local newspaper (The Norwalk Hour), which along with a printed New York Times are delivered … Continue reading
Amazon and Apple – are they rivals or partners?
Aggravation: As of last week The Wall Street Journal application that resides on my ‘Original’ Amazon Kindle Fire is no longer is supported by Amazon. I learned of this when last week I could no longer download the paper. No … Continue reading
Try in-store buy at home vs. buy at home pick up in-store
The recent news regarding Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.com’s U.S. $692 million investment in Chinese department store operator, Intime Retail giving it a 25 percent stake in the company is quite possibly a watershed event in the marriage between online and … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Brand Advertising, Business in Asia, Business in China, Consumer Behavior, International business Tagged Alibaba.com, Amazon.com retail stores, Best Buy, Borders Books, Chinese retail shopping behavior, Circuit City, Hamish McKenzie, Intime Retail, Pando Daily, Reverse showrooming, Taobao, Tmall, Wall Street Journal Leave a comment
China Skinny does a good job curating China content
One of my new favorite China information sites is China Skinny It is a collection of stories related to marketing and lifestyle development in the Middle Kingdom. The variety of stories is very good and I almost always find more than … Continue reading
Ethan Allen – the interesting Asia story of a venerated American Brand
Last week at the Asia Society in New York I attended an event entitled “Ethan Allen CEO – Selling ‘Made in the USA’ to China. It featured Ethan Allen Interiors CEO M. Farooq Kathwari interviewed by Timothy Aeppel bureau chief … Continue reading
Google isn’t being evil but maybe a bit greedy
I have a great deal of respect for Google as a company. Their platforms work well for users and have shown the world how cloud computing can be a part of everyday life. As a marketing services company Google AdWords … Continue reading
YouTube’s shot across the cable brow
It was a small story in this morning’s Wall Street Journal “Google’s YouTube in Talks to Let Video Creators Charge Viewers”. People familiar with YouTube and its need for finding new revenue streams will not be surprised at all. Take … Continue reading
Posted in Television advertising Tagged Cable Television, Wall Street Journal, YouTube, YouTube channels 2 Comments