Search providers like Google and Yahoo! were able to ride out the dot-com bust partly because they discovered one of the Web's few indisputably successful business models: paid placement of ads, which are commonly displayed atop or alongside unpaid search...
A friend sent me this link to a June 2002 Fast Company article about the Red Lake mine in in northwestern Ontario. Briefly, the article describes how the owners of an underperforming gold mine put all of their internal data...
Last year, I wrote a column describing the growing phenomenon of product placement in American television. Product placement is increasingly being promoted as a response to the growing tendency of consumers to fastforward through comercials using their vcrs or tivos....
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