Monthly Archives: January 2012

zom·bie /ˈzämbē (noun): the body of a dead person given the semblance of life, but mute and will-less, by a supernatural force; a corpse brought back to life unnaturally by witchcraft or voodoo “Zombification” is a variant of the word … Continue reading

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Heard on the street: “If failure is the mother of success, then who is the father? Or does success, like Heather, have two mommies?” CNN recently ran a series on creativity.  One of the articles was “The Success of Failure.” … Continue reading

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At the beginning of any new year, much of the conversation among restructuring types centers on one question: What’s in store for us this year? A clue was found in a recent “attack ad” run by a super-PAC in connection … Continue reading

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The most recent Republican presidential debate was co-sponsored by Facebook and two networks.  The innovative format allowed the moderators to take questions from Facebook users, who participated in a real-time commentary during the debate, with NBC staff monitoring the posts … Continue reading

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