Bruce Iglauer is the kind of guy who can say it straight. Founder of Alligator Records, a blues and roots rock record label boasting the likes of Buckwheat Zydeco and Professor Longhair in their catalogue, Bruce sat down and told me what has happened to record labels everywhere since stealing music on the internet has taken over a once booming industry….he was even kind enough to preface our interview with a few words of why he WOULDN’T be a great candidate CEO to speak to.
Just moments ago, on the anniversary of Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, President Obama warned Wall Street against taking more reckless risks with Americans money. He told Wall Street that there would be no more bailouts and he credited the $787 billion ‘stimulus package’ for saving America from another Great Depression.
In a lengthy interview with Alex McArthur, the VP of Search at OrangeSoda—a company which specializes in Search Engine Optimization and web-based marketing, I discovered that figuring out the bottom line is a bit more involved than I originally thought.
Later this year Copenhagen will host the final meeting on international climate policy at the government level before declaring the Copenhagen Protocol—a follow up to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol which expires in 2012.
By Trent McCandless
Yesterday Peter Orszag gave the American public reason to believe the national economy has hit rock bottom. Great news at first glance, but can we trust it—and who’s Peter Orszag?
Orszag is President Obamas' "economi...