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Our featured guests Messrs Jacob Chisela and Harrison Musonda worked for Zambia Airways Corporation, which was liquidated and eventually shut down operations on December 4, 1994. On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary we look back at Zambia Airways' fate and the airline industry in Zambia. The airline was one of the largest employer in the nation with operations extending world wide. Our guests will share their working days at the airline and endeavor to reflect on whether the airline could have been saved or not. What went wrong? Who was responsible? Could the airline have continued if the decision was withheld or even an attempt to salvage the struggling airline? Where are most of the former employees and families who were affected by the closure today? Was this one of the demands from the IMF and World Bank to the new government if they were going to benefit from the much needed funding the economy desperately needed?Join us for a reflection and analysis on one of the events that affected Zambia's economy in a drastic way. Closure of Zambia Airways Corporation!!!!
Harris Corporation Stingray Interceptors and Fake Cell Towers
The Building Your Xtra-Ordinary Business Radio Program!
Steps to becoming A Thinking Corporation!
My guest this Wednesday is David Frood author of the book, “Steps to becoming A Thinking Corporation”. Here’s more about David:
David spent from 1991 – 2008 working with medium to large corporations as an external consultant. Projects were associated with protecting existing income, generating new income and increasing sales force management and efficiencies. In 1989, when working for a multinational technology company, he became interested in why employees do not tell their employers ideas about new products, markets and improvements to process. As a result of studying this within many corporations over two decades he wrote “The Thinking Corporation” (2008). This book was then translated into a corporate change program that directly addresses the capacity of an organization to innovate through capturing, evaluating and implementing employee-generated ideas. “Steps to becoming A Thinking Corporation” (2014) is a summary of how to transform any organization into A Thinking Corporation.
Log onto www.blogtalkradio.com/Jim-Nemley on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:00 pm EST. Do you have a THINKING CORPORATION?
Publicwire.com, the number one source for small cap market news, announced today Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzik Corporation (Ticker: VUZI), a leading supplier of Video Eyewear and Smart Glasses products in the consumer, commercial and entertainment markets, is featured on this week’s “Small Cap Spotlight” podcast heard worldwide on Publicwire.com. The interview with host Dave Donlin focuses on Vuzik’s products, marketing strategy, the future of smart glasses and much more. The interview is part of a new podcast just launched by Publicwire.com, a leading digital financial media company which boasts top rated investor web traffic both in the U.S. and the world (as ranked by Alexa).
The “Small Cap Spotlight” podcast provides valuable insight into today’s financial markets and a unique prospective by featuring company CEOs, authors, newsmakers and many more. This week’s episode is part one of a two part feature with Vuzik Corporation’s President and CEO Paul Travers.
For the first time in a long time, all three cities in Niagara County are having a mayor's race.
In Lockport, the folks there, are discussing the first announced candidate to run against the incumbent Mayor, Anne E. McCaffrey. Michael J. Pillot, a retired policeman who lost races for mayor of Lockport in 2007 and 2011, is trying again. It's still early so there may be others.
In North Tonawanda, people seem to be a little more tight lipped about a run against the incumbent mayor.
North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur G. Pappas is still on his political honeymoon.
Before becoming mayor, Pappas was on the North Tonawanda School Board for 17 years, including a decade as its president.
He was handily elected last November to fill the seat of alderman-at-large following the sudden death of Robert Clark, but after just two weeks as alderman he was tapped to become mayor when then Mayor Ortt resigned to become state senator.
Back at home we are starting to see how this year's campaign is shaping up. Alicia Laible, former Democrat City Committee Chairperson here in Niagara Falls is announcing her 2nd bid to run for Niagara Falls city Council.
Like it or not, the Modern Diposal contract is good for five years, this is no longer about Modern, this is about the city managing this service in a way that it is adequate, fair and cost-effective.
Now let's get to our guest former assemblywoman and now chairman of the board of USA Niagara development Corporation Francine DelMonte.
What is a corporation and how did america become a corporation.
Lisent to the Part 3 of this topic and more
The truth unleashed
Do the recent events at Sony Corporation have you startled and scared for your own business? You are right in thinking that way. Cyber threats and risks are very real these days, and they can happen at any time, without any notice. No matter how much you, as a business owner try to stay ahead, the cyber hackers are always one step ahead. How can one win this so called 'Cat and Mouse Game'? Well, it could very well be possible with the network security solutions offered by Beyond Security. Their current product line includes:
1) Network Security Testing;
2) Software Security Testing;
3) Web Application Security Scanning.
We interview Mr. Brian Pearson, the CMO and COO of Beyond Security. Also, we get his insight into the Sony Corporation debacle.
Travers Discusses Company’s Video Eyewear and Smart Glasses, Marketing Strategy and much more in Part 2 of a 2 Part Feature.
Publicwire.com, the number one source for small cap market news, announced today Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix Corporation (Ticker: VUZI), a leading supplier of Video Eyewear and Smart Glasses products in the consumer, commercial and entertainment markets, is featured on this week’s “Small Cap Spotlight” podcast heard worldwide on Publicwire.com. The interview with host Dave Donlin focuses on Vuzix’s products, marketing strategy, the future of smart glasses and much more. The interview is part of a new podcast just launched by Publicwire.com, a leading digital financial media company which boasts top rated investor web traffic both in the U.S. and the world (as ranked by Alexa).
The “Small Cap Spotlight” podcast provides valuable insight into today’s financial markets and a unique prospective by featuring company CEOs, authors, newsmakers and many more. This week’s episode is part two of a two part feature with Vuzix Corporation’s President and CEO Paul Travers.
In today's radio show, we have the privilige and honor to be interviewing one of the top executives of one of the largest IT and Security businesses in the world - Mr. Raffie Beroukhim, Vice President of the Biometrics division of NEC Corporation of America. This garganutan business has collectively, more than 200 Biometric application deployments across 30 nations. In this interview, we probe deeper into the Biometrics product line of NEC, which include the following:
*Large Scale Law Enforcement Applications.
We will learn more from Mr. Beroukhim what makes NEC Corporation of America different from all of the other Biometric Vendors, and how they plan to keep up that strategic and competitive edge in the marketplace.
Join us this Friday at 1 PM to learn about business sustainability with 3 more stars from the world of private business. In this episode we'll be joined by Randy Fox who will help us understand how philanthropy and private business fit together to help children learn money skills. We'll then spend some time with Ted Castle from Rhino Foods talking about his journey to become a Benefit Corporation and what that has done for his company with a key customer. Finally we'll spend time with Steve Ciepella talking about a stressfult ime in his life when his partner died and he had to take over the entire operation of his firm as well as buy out his partners interest.
All three will help us learn that running a business is more than just about the products and money. If you want your business to last for years and years, you need to make sure that all of your stakeholders are not only interested but passionately involved in making your business a great place to be.
The US government is a corporation. The president of that corporation is Barrack Obama. Presidents of corporations aren't "elected" by anyone. They are appointed. You aren't voting for anyone or anything. You just think you are.
Want proof the US government is a corporation? Visit www.dnb.com. Search for a company. Type in "The United States Government." See what you find! Type in "Barrack Hussein Obama" and see what you find.
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