Google is now offering a new ‘C’ shares. In essence this gives the shareholder the right to invest in the company but they don’t get any votes. This is the way the Google founders hope to remain in control of their company with out having to answer to anyone. The most powerful company in the world does not have anyone to answer too- now that’s power.
Read more at Bloomberg Businessweek
Mashable teaches us how to follow up with out getting on the recipients nerves.
Read here: 5 Ways to Follow Up Without Being Annoying
Bloomberg Businessweek had a great article on how states like Alaska and Wyoming are collecting taxes from out of state residents. It’s an interesting concept that when we buy gas or use state to state transportation, that state is making money. You are forever pay taxes.
Inc had a great article by Kevin Daum on how to network with out a business card. Basically he says if someone asks you for your business card, say you don’t have one and ask for their information. Sometimes they will email their information on the spot. You can email them the next day instead of having your card probably getting lost. This will jumpstart the communication process
Read the full Article: Network Better Without Business Cards
Apple’s commercial called Misunderstood fills the gap between technology and being in the moment.
Video speaks for itself.