This week on BuisnessWorld, the word is out that Black Friday is dead this year...will we need Sherlock Holmes to figure out who killed it? Or can the guys come up with the answer on their own? The oil industry has been caught in higher supply and lower demand leading to lower prices for crude...could another barrel-based industry offer some pricing lessons?
This week on BusinessWorld, how our lunch choices may be impacting our productivity at work...and how choice architecture can change our work snacking and eating habits. OPEC lowers the price of oil, we'll look at the potential winners and losers. And in a world of videoconferencing and net chats, do organizations still need bricks and mortar offices? We think so and will explain why on this week's show.
This week on BusainessWorld, tackling a tough assignment: teaching customer service skills to an entire town. Find out what's needed when natural beauty isn't enough to keep the tourists coming. And a quick quiz will give you a sense of whether you would flunk Finance 101.
This week, HBO and CBS announce plans that may change the way we watch their television programs. Businesses assess a variety or risks and Ebola is among the latest risks requiring prudent assessment and railroads announce some east/west detente.
This week in a special edition of BusinessWorld, the guys tackle the subject of retirement. Gene Perret offers these thoughts on the subject: "Retirement: It's nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to learn to get along with less cheese". How much is enough is one of the most common questions folks have about retirement, but there are lots of other questions to ponder while preparing, too. And we'll tackle many of them in this week's show.
This week on BusinessWorld, Dan Winders from Blue View Digital Agency sits in and brings us news on how competitors are setting up to target the iPhone's issues with "bendiness", the guys wonder what the customer experience will be like when we pay for goods and services with our phones rather than our wallets and balancing nature and concrete in a growing city like Tulsa.
This week on BusinessWorld, Cadillac moves to New York City, matchmaking site e-Harmony takes on the job of matching job-seekers with their perfect company match, and companies and regulators try to figure out when moving your headquarters to another company is okay....and when it's not.
This week on BusinessWorld, Alibaba's initial public offering strikes gold, a Tulsa-based company earns a national honor and personal kudos from one of us, and a scary story from an unusual source: cue the Halloween music for the attack of the converging yield curves.
This week on BusinessWorld, Apple introduces a slew of new products and services, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calls America to provide a better education for our children as we compete in a global business environment, and new research looks at "soundscaping" the online shopping experience.