Weekend Reading

by Jeremy Powers on November 5, 2010

I decided to start giving a little more than the headlines for my weekend reading recommendations.  Here is this weekend’s recommendations:

How to Win Doctors and Influence Prescriptions – Alix Spiegel

Mathew Webb left a sales job in menswear for a sales job in pharmaceutical drugs 10 years ago and suddenly found himself surrounded by money.

As a sales representative for a major drug company, he was expected to entertain doctors two or three nights a week . . .

When Too Many Options are None at All – Liz Strauss

When I first started my business, I was ready to do anything for just about anyone. Sound familiar?

I was like a greedy, inexperienced fisher. Here’s what I did …

FaceBook Says User Data Sold to Broker – Geoffrey A. Fowler & Emily Steel

Facebook Inc. said that a data broker has been paying application developers for identifying user information, and that it had placed some developers on a six-month suspension from its site because of the practice.

Being Steve Jobs’ Boss

Steve Jobs was 28 years old in 1983 and already recognized as one of the most innovative thinkers in Silicon Valley.

Selling a Second Chance – Paul Castain

A friend and I finished our dinner and we headed out to the “Castainmobile”.  I asked him if we could make a quick stop at the grocery store and with a nod of his head, we were on our way.

Once we were properly armed with our shopping cart…

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