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Twisting the news – 23rd edition

In cappuccino on December 15, 2015 at 9:05 am

Do we have something to learn from Warren Buffett’s hate towards extremely centralized management? Or maybe from Berkshire Hathaway’s performance? The company is managed in a very different manner from its competition: no central management, everything is local. Some are visionary managers and they understand trends long ahead times, like Warren Buffett: not only micromanagement, so popular until recent days proved itself to be disastrous, but also remember how important locally dealing with local matters is.

While Apple fake stores are a problem in China, the same country leads in patent application growth, with computer technology being the fastest developing sector.

Cosmetics makers are you ready for this giant created from DuPont and Dow. Read the rest of this entry »


Twisting the news – 10th edition

In cappuccino on November 17, 2015 at 6:41 am

A sketch drawn within a minute becomes an international symbol. You’ve seen it. Adweek has a point. It is about speed. It is about the speed of reaction. Facebook activated  mark as safe in the next hour from the tragedy. In terms of social media marketing, this is what makes a difference: making a decision on the spot, without needing an entire board’s consent.

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Twisting the news – 1st edition

In Uncategorized on October 9, 2015 at 6:30 am

After a medium term affair with paper.li, I’ve decided I’m moving the news to my blog. So, every working day of the week I’ll be sharing a few headlines and some thoughts on them. It is usually mostly business and marketing but there will also be a bonus of coolhunting, trend watching and awesome stories. Take a mug of coffee and be amazed by the world we live in.

facebook-is-your-new-local-newspaperFacebook makes a better newsfeed for a slower internet connection. Well, it should, because remember, internet.org comes with Facebook, which should also work with a slower internet connection. Not only that its next billion does not use the same advanced technology as its first billion but, Read the rest of this entry »