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Brian Carpizo has been an entrepreneur, executive, and consultant working in the information technology industry for 19 years.
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*******technologyinsurance**** is focused on providing custom insurance packages designed for the unique requirements of the technology industry including general liability and E&O coverages.
6 Apr 2010
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BY BRICE SANDER You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy If rumors are true, soon-to-be former Google CEO Eric Schmidt may be making his way to Washington. No, really – Google it. Obama is reportedly ready to offer Schmidt the position of Secretary of Commerce once his time at Google is up in April. (CNBC) After Ronald Reagan’s former Secretary of Commerce publicly backed the possible appointment, a writer for The Register argues Schmidt’s a pretty neutral choice. “Such an endorsement from a member of the Republican old guard could be considered a strong signal that a Schmidt nomination might not face the same opposition that Obama faced from the Grand Old Party in response to [some of Obama’s other nominations].” But Schmidt isn’t free from controversy. After a string of awkward TV appearances, in which he found it difficult to defend Google’s privacy policy, Gawker’s Adrian Chen doesn’t think we should take Schmidt seriously. “This would be an OK idea as long as Schmidt never opens his mouth or offers his weird opinion on anything. Maybe he'll know how to help Obama boost productivity by spying on idle workers in Google Street View.” But a blogger for the Washington Post says don’t mind Schmidt’s odd behavior – he’s got a lot of potential. “Schmidt is known not only for his business acumen but also for his colorful and controversial comments, particularly when it comes to explaining Google’s privacy policies ... A Schmidt appointment would give the technology industry a powerful voice in the Obama administration on issues such as research funding.” But after looking into Schmidt’s background at Google – and finding out Google and Schmidt made money off advertisements for illegal products – Consumer Watchdog claims there’s no way Obama should appoint Schmidt. “Putting Eric Schmidt in charge of policing online privacy is like appointing Bernie Madoff to direct the Securities Exchange Commission.” But PC World’s Chris Nerney might sum it up best – this is Washington we’re talking about. “There have been innumerable powerful players in D.C. who have stomped all over the creepy line and then gone so far beyond that they couldn't even see it in their rear-view mirrors ... So from that perspective, Schmidt's stance on privacy hardly disqualifies him from a Cabinet post.” Schmidt’s set to exit Google April 4. Experts say, expect an announcement about the new Secretary of Commerce around the same time. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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18 Jun 2011
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BY ADAM FALK ANCHOR LAUREN GORES You're watching multisource busines news analysis from Newsy. If it looks like Netflix. Plays like Netflix. Charges like Netflix. Then, it might be Qwikster. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced Sunday the recently less-popular DVD and streaming service will split into two companies. During the announcement, Hastings made a public/YouTube apology for the recent price hike. He explains the company realized it needed to split up DVD and streaming services. "When we communicated that to our subscribers, and it involves a substantial price increase for most members, I didn’t make the communication, and we didn’t explain why we were doing it. ... I just want to say how sorry I am about the way we handled our communication around these big changes.” So, healthy split or messy breakup? An EW blogger is quick to point out the downside of the division. “Since the Netflix and Qwikster sites will no longer be integrated, users will have to subscribe to both services, entering in their credit card information separately. But never fear, purists: Hastings says the red envelopes are here to stay.” But one big pro to the split, Qwikster DVD service will expand to offer games - an area dominated by GameFly, a rental service that’s long held the title of Netflix-for-games. A Techcrunch blogger says GameFly should be nervous but notes... “If GameFly has any advantage in this surprise battle they’ve just found themselves hurled into, it’s the breadth of their catalog. While Netflix/Qwikster only plans to ship Xbox 360/Wii/PS3 games at launch, GameFly’s collection includes everything from the DS and the PSP to last generation of consoles.” Hastings says the split is a done deal and so are the new rates. A CNET blogger thinks the CEO’s apology sounds sincere--- but that he missed a change to be even more upfront with streaming-only customers. “Why not provide a frank acknowledgement that streaming video content isn't easy to come by and that the price hikes are a necessary to ensure customers get a good supply The New York Times reports the price increase has already cost the company 1 million of its 25 million customers. And current expectations reflect the decline. According to this chart from Netflix, the company is planning for 1 million fewer customers in the third quarter. (Graphic: Netflix) But a blogger for Forbes, who owns a small software company, says, ‘Hey Netflix, I know how you feel.’ “Hastings went for the bucks, and got knocked down. My company may be infinitesimally smaller than Netflix, but I still get it. We’re both finding that raising prices in 2011, particularly in the technology industry, is not easy to do.” No word yet on when Qwikster service will kick off. Be sure to follow NewsyVideos on Twitter for all our tech updates. Transcript by Newsy.
20 Sep 2011
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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Miracle-Ear has been America's #1 hearing aid choice for over 60 years. With leading-edge hearing aid technology, industry-best 3-year limited warranties** on all ME Solutions and free aftercare services, Miracle-Ear helps people reconnect with the sounds and voices that make life fuller and richer.
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