Posts Tagged 'twitter'

My Day with the President

Emily Letterman, Features Editor

Unlike my Day in the Life subject last year, Clif Smart never offered me a beer.

Having followed the Missouri State University president on Twitter for some time, I knew Clif had a sense of humor, but I didn’t know what to expect in a professional office setting. So, when I met him bright and early at 7:20 a.m. April 21 for Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series, I was ready for anything. Continue reading ‘My Day with the President’

NASA tweets fall victim to shutdown

Geoff Pickle, Web EditorAmid federal worker furloughs, small-business loan delays and stock market uncertainty, NASA tweets may seem trivial. But it’s the latest of woes for the sorely underfunded agency. Continue reading ‘NASA tweets fall victim to shutdown’

The Debate About Business Plans – and Doing Business in the Real World

Jeremy Elwood, SBJ Web EditorDoes a small-business owner – or a potential entrepreneur – really need to go to the time and trouble of writing a formal business plan?

That’s the crux of an interesting blog item today from the Wall Street Journal.

Continue reading ‘The Debate About Business Plans – and Doing Business in the Real World’

Damage control in the digital age

Dee Dee Jacobs, SBJ Web EditorTwo high-profile incidents last week are serving as a lesson in the new age of damage control for businesses everywhere.

Continue reading ‘Damage control in the digital age’

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