Colin Kingsbury's Blog – July 2008 Archive (2)

Should Succession Plans Be Disclosed?

Apple's stock price went on a roller-coaster ride last week in response to rumors about its iconic CEO's health. Jason Corsello raised the question of whether this suggested that companies ought to disclose their succession plans publicly. My answer depends on what one means by "ought to disclose."

If it means, "a company does not want to see large movements in its share price then it ought to… Continue

Added by Colin Kingsbury on July 28, 2008 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Are "Social Media Experts" the old black?

John Sumser's daily roundup linked to Louis Gray's "Social media experts are the new webmasters" post with which I disagree on just about everything except the punctuation.

I won't argue that the title of "webmaster" carries a tinge of the information-age equivalent of a locomotive fireman, but unlike that example, it's not because the work has disappeared. Most webmasters in their heyday… Continue

Added by Colin Kingsbury on July 17, 2008 at 3:26pm — 1 Comment


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