In this issue we will look at the telecommunications industry in our Conversations. We start with a Conversation with John Stanton, one of the pioneers in the wireless business, who has been working in the field since the 1980s. Over the years, he has been associated with Western Wireless, VoiceStream, T-Mobile, and McCaw Cellular in …
How might we, and our businesses, need to change to embrace the positives from technology without being overwhelmed by the downsides?
John Stanton, chairman of Trilogy Partners, a wireless communications company, talks about running a for-profit wireless communications company in Haiti and Bolivia, two of the poorest nations in this hemisphere. He describes the cell phone role as bank, emergency communications, and business tool.
Senators Request Probe of Surgeons
The Wall Street Journal, June 9, 2011
Executive Learns From Hack
CEO Now Treats IT Department as Critical to Hyundai Capital’s Operation
The Wall Street Journal, June 21, 2011
By David W. Gill The story of Aaron Feuerstein is now old news but it was so spectacular in the late ‘90s that it quickly made it into dozens of business ethics textbooks and anthologies. Short version: Malden Mills, a textile company (best known for Polartec) in Lawrence, Massachusetts, was destroyed by a terrible fire in …