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In mid-August, a single tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump wiped over US$5 billion off Amazon’s stock valuation. “Amazon is doing great damage to tax-paying retailers. Towns, cities, and states throughout the U.S. are being hurt - many jobs being lost!” wrote...
DealMaker Holiday Dreams, Pt. 2: Private Tropical Islands

In our DealMaker Holiday Dreams series, we're going beyond the usual gift ideas. Way beyond. We're not even talking luxury here - we're talking bigger than luxury, bigger than lavish. We're talking about the absolute best things in the world that...
Think Cyber Threats Don't Impact You? Think Again.

Fact: Cyber criminals and nation states are having great success in penetrating our cyber defenses. Businesses, especially those involved in international mergers, acquisitions, hostile take-overs and IPOs, are targets, and the threats are significant.

Dov Charney and Chip Wilson are the latest founders to be ousted by their own companies. But they're not alone. Here's a look at some other famous founders who were kicked to the curb.

Most companies follow a predictive lifecycle, moving from start-up, to growth, and exit in just a few short years. For Fortune 500 companies that lifespan is a little longer, hovering around 40-50 years. A lucky few, however, continue on way past...

The jig is up. Yesterday the man behind infamous Twitter handle @GSElevator, which has garnered a cult following of more than 600,000 followers, was unmasked. That man is John Lefevre, a 34-year-old former bond executive who lives in Texas. Mr. Lefevre created...

It is the time of year for reflection, projections and resolutions. What was 2013 like? What will we do in 2014? What kind acts can we promise to do, or what self-improvements can we instigate? 2013 was an interesting year. I think 2014 promises to...

It is said that law firm users can only use maybe 20% of the IT tools given to them. So imagine what cost savings and efficiencies could be uncovered if they knew how to use more. Jeff Brandt outlines the benefits of IT training in law firms.

I was part of a panel presenting at the ILTA educational conference in Las Vegas last month. Our subject, for the second year in a row was, "What's New and Cool in Emerging Technologies?" We talked about all the obligatory subject matter: Windows 8, advancements in eDiscovery, Office 365 and the cloud, the latest in mobile devices and a variety of other things. It was a fun subject and well received. But let me say, it's not just about the technology.

For its 36th Annual Educational Conference this year, ILTA chose "The Catalyst" as its theme. "A catalyst can be defined as something or someone that causes a reaction or activity between two or more things to create something new. The ILTA 2013 conference will be a time to make reactions happen that will affect our profession now and for years to come. Join us. And find your catalyst for change!" That's all well and good, but how do you actually BECOME a catalyst?