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IT Spending Cuts Spare the Internet of Things

Jason Meil, Managing Director, New Products and Innovation, was recently quoted in an article on the CIO Journal of the Wall Street Journal. In the article, titled “IT Spending Cuts Spare the Internet of Things,” Jason describes that among Fortune 500 companies, “everybody is thinking about IoT in a very serious way.” He adds most […] Read More »



Regenia Sanders featured on Real Estate & Finance, “Suburban Offices set for Second act as Industrial Centers”

Regenia Sanders, SSA’s Vice President of Supply Chain and Business Technology, recently contributed to Real Estate Finance & Investment’s “Suburban Offices set for Second act as Industrial Centers.” Regenia commented, “Having a warehouse location closer to the customer plays into this trend and also helps to minimize transportation costs and reduce operating expenses for the […] Read More »


HLG Notebook | February 2016

1. College Pranks Another spectacular academic hoax. Peter Dreier, a professor at Occidental College, tells how he submitted a phony, meaningless abstract to a major international sociology conference. Spoiler: his paper, “On the Absence of Absences,” was accepted: My paper had no point at all. It was filled entirely with non-sequiturs. I didn’t even bother […] Read More »


G100 Network Notebook | January 2016

Chief Beta Tester That characterizes Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos’ active participation in a digital transformation positioning the publication to be “the new newspaper of record,” says a front-page Wall Street Journal story. The Amazon CEO’s push for customer focus, experimentation, and building scale seems to be working. Steep gains in web traffic show the […] Read More »


HLG Notebook | January 2016

1. Can Computers Write Political Speeches? Goodbye Ted Sorenson. So long Peggy Noonan. The MIT Technology Review reports that a graduate student at the University of Massachusetts has created a machine learning algorithm capable of generating complete political speeches after just a few cues on topic, audience, and party affiliation of the speaker. The AI […] Read More »


HLG Notebook | December 2015

1. Year’s Best Business Christmas Card The “Dear Santa” parody letter from Donald Trump we received from Ed Ingle, managing director of Microsoft’s government affairs office, was a runaway winner. An excerpt: Dear Santa: You are a fraud. You are lazy. You are out of shape. And worst of all, you have very low energy. […] Read More »


G100 Network Notebook | December 2015

The Future of Transportation Apple turned heads recently by announcing its electrical vehicle will have a 2019 delivery date, one year ahead of the earliest forecasts for road-ready, autonomous vehicles. While Apple intends to roll out autonomous features in later models, the ambitious goal signals how fast the secretive “Project Titan” is moving. One vocal […] Read More »


HLG Notebook | November 2015

1. “Marketing and Advertising Industries Hate Older People” The British blog Ad Contrarian takes aim at the “demographic cleansing” of the marketing and advertising industry, “where there is almost no one over 50 left”: A milestone in marketing stupidity has been reached. According to a September report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor, a majority […] Read More »


HLG Notebook | October 2015

1. The Millennials in the Gray Flannel Suit Sorry, Millennials: You’re boring. You are neither restless nor footloose. You are not job-hoppers, but yearn for a life of corporate stability. And despite all the advice we’ve heard about how to keep you employed – from CNBC, Fortune, and inevitably, The Huffington Post – a new […] Read More »


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