Daily Archives: February 11, 2009

“Keeping America Competitive: the View from ‘Commerce Street’” – Fred Smith, FedEx Corporation

I have always admired Fred Smith of FedEx. Yesterday, he addressed a town hall meeting in Los Angeles, on the economy’s impact on industry, and offered three very sensible suggestions for governments to consider. I an excerpting from the speech “Keeping America Competitive: the View from ‘Commerce Street’” by Frederick W. Smith, Chairman, President and CEO, FedEx Corporation. The fact …

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Fine Strokes – the rise of IndiGo airlines

Over the last year, IndiGo has been on a steady march, taking an increasing share of the Indian passenger market. While most of its competitors contracted during the torrid 2008, IndiGo and fellow value carrier SpiceJet, have gained in actual passenger numbers. The secret to IndiGo’s success ? Read this article “Fine Strokes” by Business Standard.

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