December 2008 Archives
Hear from 49 of the most promising early-stage I.T. and Web 2.0 companies that have been hand-picked to present and showcase their new venture, which took place on December 11, 2008.
Russ and John present the show for the artists and athletes who build our country and stimulate our economy. Includes: BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—more words of wisdom from George Gilder, founder of the Discovery Institute; This Week in Business History boasts such excitement as a tax on light and air, the invention of the bowling ball, the “establishment” of the U.S.S.R., the launch of Monopoly, and Mae West; Navigating Business Jargon—acronyms, technospeak and disclaimers; and Dumbest Moments in Business History—delinquent mortgages tend to remain delinquent.
Russ rolls back to Episode 63 and his interview with the creator of IM Einstein, now PresenSoft—and the brother of today’s Featured Guest. In creating this web-based technology, Pulaski sought to increase the security of the then-new Instant Messaging (IM) platform. Does entrepreneurialism run in families? Maybe…
The BusinessMakers interview Eric Pulaski, creator of SmartVault, and the founder of big-time success story Bindview Software. With the launch of his latest company, Pulaski has shifted from an extremely successful business-to-business product to a business-to-consumer enterprise.
Greg Price provides a few words of wisdom about fraud, bankruptcy and business owner awareness.
Russ and John present the “everything BUT business-as-usual” show for the artists and athletes of our free enterprise system. Includes: BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—words of wisdom from George Gilder, founder of the Discovery Institute; This Week in Business History boasts Richard the Lionhearted, a tax on bachelors, philanthropist Sarah Breedlove Walker, Montgomery Ward and Rudolph and, of course, The Beatles; Navigating Business Jargon—acronyms, technospeak and disclaimers; and Dumbest Moments in Business History—Bernie Madoff turns to the dark side.
Russ interviews management strategies consultant and serial entrepreneur Stuart Maudlin. Maudlin’s latest venture helps charities and nonprofit organizations increase the value (and yield) of their silent auction fundraisers.
Russ visits with DRG&E founders Ken Dennard and Stephen Gray. Dennard Rupp Gray & Easterly LLC, an investor relations firm, was founded in 1997 to address a lack of confidence in the stock market—a familiar topic today. Hear what the experts are saying.
Do we really need PDAs? Greg Price cautions that wired technology can have a dark side if not managed correctly.
Russ and John present the show for the innovators and business builders. Includes: BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—inspiration from former astronaut Frank Borman; This Week in Business History includes the Mayflower, the Bill of Rights, one-way streets, the clip-on tie and Roger Staubach; Navigating Business Jargon—acronyms, technospeak and disclaimers; and Dumbest Moments in Business History—Atari has HR problems.
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