Listen.com founder Rob Reid compares the success of the publishing industry to adapt to the digital world and the total failure of the music industry. While the first MP3 player was greeted with a lawsuit, “the Kindle launched with licenses rather than lawsuits…and offered more than 90% of the day’s best sellers when it shipped.” Post your comment!
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The Toronto city hall debate over whether council should choose subways or light rail on Sheppard Avenue adjourned for the day without a decision, as Mayor Rob Ford seeked to delay what seemed like a sure win for LRT supporters.
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Mayor Rob Ford is making a final push to extend the Sheppard subway, reaching out to centrist councillors ahead of the council debate on the issue.
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Federal Justice Minister Rob Nicholson is standing by mandatory minimum sentencing legislation, despite a new warning from U.S. officials that such laws don’t work.
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Mayor Rob Ford is showing no signs of giving up his fight for underground transit, despite a council vote that rejected his plans to keep the Eglinton Crosstown LRT below Toronto’s east-end streetscape.
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Rob DeVincent and Justin Kline of Corcentric host event to provide Accounts Payable professionals with actionable insight to transform their AP processes.
Originally posted here: Corcentric Presents "AP Outlook: The Future of Accounts Payable," a No-Cost Lunch & Learn Event in Houston, Texas