In our times, the judiciary has increasingly become a majoritarian force. It alone, it seems, can prevent narrow, self-interested factions from getting the government to serve unseemly and even shameful ends. And so it falls to the judiciary to stop this latest travesty.
“We didn’t change our management system one bit,” Dutkowsky told Wall Street analysts on Monday evening. “We didn’t change compensation systems or reorganize the business at all. We turned our attention toward execution. We’re good at looking where the best practice exists in our company around the world … Those processes are becoming more mature in our execution every single day. We’re beginning to see the benefit of that enhanced execution against a broader footprint of vendors and customers.”
Another day, another list from CRN, this time with a focus on Storage Vendors. We’ve seen consolidation in this space from the big guys grabbing the top performing startups but there is still a treasure trove of niche players out there.
WeWork is the hippest kid on the block right now with their Ikea clad shared workspaces. Now they’re scooping up Meetup. They’ve got shared spaces to host meetings, so maybe they will get people together for Meetup meetings and then they will rent space from WeWork. Just thinking out loud.