Category Archives: Disruption

To profit, or not to profit?

Of the few people who ever form a corporation, even fewer spend much time contemplating whether they want it to make money or lose money. What could be less relevant than a post about a few of the few?  It matters because almost everyone gets almost everything from companies, and every company is formed either…
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Toronto as a city state?…

A place to live, a place to grow, Ontari-ari-ari-Oh! The people who govern Toronto periodically bemoan the constraints on their authority.  In Canada, cities are the constitutional children of provinces. There are two approaches to fixing problems in the governance of cities.  The one favoured by provinces is the shrinking of problems through amalgamation and…
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The Walrus Live – Terry O’Reilly on the Future

Driverless cars are an understandable fascination for a marketing oracle like Terry O’Reilly, who gave the keynote speech yesterday at The Walrus Live event in Toronto.  He is a great performer, delivering solid content in an entertaining way, week after week, year after year.  I am certainly a fan. Driverless cars interest marketers because the…
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