Browsing All posts tagged under »New York Times«

What do Ariba and SciQuest have in common? by Jon Hansen

July 28, 2015


I have received numerous comments regarding my last couple of posts, particularly as it relates to a free press and the prevalence of native advertising or content. You should check out the John Oliver commentary on native advertising through the following link; In the meantime, the reference in yesterday’s post to the falling knife analogy got […]

Why Advertising is Failing on the Internet

September 15, 2009


Monetizing the intangible? Perhaps, but the pressing question that is shared by both social media executives and users alike is simply this – who is footing the bill? While I am joined by Blog Talk Radio’s Director of Programming, Philip Recchia to answer this question on tomorrow’s PI Window on Business Show (12:30 to 1:30 […]

Prescription for Success: Achieving the Optimal Balance between Procurement Savings and Premium Patient Care (A Procurement Insights Knowledge Leadership Publication)

May 13, 2009


A Health System in Distress “The report comes a day after President Obama embraced a pledge from health-care providers to slow the increase in their costs over the coming decade.  The new projections will add to the urgency of controlling those costs.” “Insolvency Is Seen Closer for Social Security and Medicare” New York Times (May […]