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Van Lines

with Joe Vanden Plas

March 2013

Circus World vs. State Historical Society: Time for a divorce

03/15/13

Circus World vs. State Historical Society: Time for a divorce

Jonathan Lipp would like a divorce. Not from his wonderful bride, Susan, of course, but from the Wisconsin Historical Society. In what has become a dysfunctional relationship, Lipp and other members of the Circus World Museum board would like the Baraboo institution to be disconnected from the Historical Society, which currently owns it.

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Talking SMAC: Fusion 2013 to focus on changing role of CIO

03/05/13

Talking SMAC: Fusion 2013 to focus on changing role of CIO

Thematically, WTN’s Fusion 2013 might sound a bit jarring – social, mobile, analytics, and cloud, or SMAC – but the ongoing transformation of the CIO’s role in driving business performance is what’s likely to smack slow-moving technology executives right between the eyes.

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Feeling Guilty Over Barnes & Noble Brushoff

03/04/13

Feeling Guilty Over Barnes & Noble Brushoff

I appreciate the economic concept of creative destruction, but as a Kindle man, I feel like a co-conspirator in the potential decline of Barnes & Noble. I say decline rather than demise because even though B&N expects to close one-third of its retail stores over the next decade, it’s not a lead-pipe cinch that it’s going the way of Borders. According to Mitchell Klipper, the chief executive of the company’s retail group, most Barnes & Noble stores remain profitable despite competition from those pesky e-readers, but how long will that last?

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