Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
February 2015
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It looks like curved phones are here to stay. The first curved phones debuted in 2013, a product of flexible displays and the desperation of smartphone manufacturers to differentiate. The LG G Flex was among them. It was also a

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During the financial crisis, BigSur Wealth Management’s clients grew weary of trying to grow their wealth in a highly volatile and poorly performing market. As a result, the Miami-based firm and its clients–mostly wealthy families from Latin America–began exploring opportunities

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Merck made a daring $100 million bet last month on futuristic messenger RNA therapies. Today, it’s investing even more in “old school” biotech. The pharmaceutical giant is announcing today that it is spending $450 million in cash over the next

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Tony Stewart stormed through the Daytona garage, agitated that NASCAR had ordered him to park his car during a practice session for failing to weigh in before he hit the track. He curtly dismissed reporters and

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So, you’ve worked your way up the corporate ladder to become Chief Marketing Officer. Pat yourself on the back – you deserve it! All done? Good. Now, please accept my condolences. Your job is obsolete, and unless you turn yourself

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Federal officials are moving to regulate Internet service like a public utility, heeding President Obama’s call for an aggressive approach to net neutrality that gives the government more power over the industry. Tom Wheeler, head of the Federal Communications Commission

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If ever a novel could be described as review-proof, it is “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which, with its two sequels, has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide despite being ridiculed by virtually every critic who has read it. (Salman

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House hunting can be exciting, but don’t let that excitement sweep you up into making a decision you’ll end up regretting — especially if you’re a first-time homebuyer and might not know what lies ahead. Before you commit to one

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Proponents of the government’s terrorism insurance program mobilized a massive lobbying effort to get the program reauthorized, as Congress weighed contentious extension legislation approved last month, the end of a protracted battle. In the final push, an army of more

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Tipping between 15 to 20 percent for good service is pretty standard practice But new technology -where buttons automatically pop up tips of 15, 20, even 75 percent– is making us unintentionally generous tippers. The New York Times points out

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