Philip Riederle entrepreneur

Microsoft’s 18 Year Old Advisor Speaks Out

May 27, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Philip Riederle is 18 years old, has just published his first book, and advises companies such as Microsoft and Deutsche Bank. Salary and status count little for his generation.

the internet mess

Why We Should Rebuild the Internet from the Ground Up

May 24, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

How the Internet was not originally conceived for 2.4 billion users and why it suffers from a size problem that pushes some industry pundits to lobby for a redesign or even a complete overhaul.

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American Newspapers in Dire Straits

April 17, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

France’s Les Echos reflects on the sad state of American newspapers, which have never earned less money in their history. Lucie Robequain reports.

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12 French Bookstores Close Shop

April 09, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

Twelve new “Chapitre” bookstores are set to close shop in France. The management team, a subsidiary of Actissia, plans to eliminate 219 positions.

Joachim Llambi germany

Risky TV Business

April 05, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

According to Germany’s Joachim Llambi, dance juror of the TV show “Let’s Dance” and stock broker, “the TV business is riskier than the stock market.”