Both Facebook and Netflix presently sit atop their respective industries (the latter’s position is a tad shakier after this week, but more on that shortly). Both dropped major bombshells this week. And both announcements were received with a collective, “meh.”
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Adonis DNA. Tiger Blood. Trolls. Warlock. Winning. Charlie Sheen’s Twitter musings and Ustream rants gave us many memorable moments and unintentionally hilarious quips that are sure to live in entertainment lore for years. But after Monday night you can add … Continue reading
We’ve seen some fantastic bouts play out over the Twitterverse recently. Colin Cowherd vs. Arian Foster. Lady Gaga vs. sanity. Perez Hilton vs. everyone. But nothing could rival the 140-character-or-less spat we saw earlier this week: NATO vs. The Taliban.
The television industry has changed a lot since the days of All in the Family, Green Acres and I Dream of Jeannie and I’m not just talking about the plots. These days television programs are much more than weekly 30-minute … Continue reading
In a recent issue of the Dallas Business Journal, 7-Eleven was revealed as the No. 1 company in the publication’s Top 100 Largest North Texas-headquartered Private Companies for the second consecutive year. The Dallas-based retailer boasted revenue upward of $16 … Continue reading