Amy’s Baking Company – Supposed Lawyer?

This was posted on there Facebook 2 hours ago. Amy’s Baking Company Bakery Boutique & Bistro 2 hours ago. Other Side of Amy’s Baking Company Controversy in Scottsdale To Soon Be Told SCOTTSDALE, AZ. MAY 15, 2013 — Amy’s Baking Company will host a Grand Re-Opening on Tuesday night, May 21, following unflattering portrayals on national television. Customers will be able to decide who is correct: a famous celebrity chef…

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Amy’s Baking Company “Worst Resturant in Arizona”

This week Chef Ramsay travels to Amy’s Baking Company in Scottsdale, Arizona. In 2006 Samy Bouzaglo invested over $1 million in the restaurant so that his wife Amy could explore her passion for the culinary arts.   But it has been a difficult road. Amy insists that local bloggers have lied and said her food was disgusting, resulting in a loss of business. In defense of his wife, if a…

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The $1.3 Trillion Price Of Not Tweeting At Work (GUEST POST)

On June 6, Larry Ellison–CEO of Oracle, one of the largest and most advanced computer technology corporations in the world–tweeted for the very first time. In doing so, he joined a club that remains surprisingly elite. Among CEOs of the world’s Fortune 500 companies, a mere 20 have Twitter accounts. Ellison, by the way, hasn’t tweeted since. As social media spreads around the globe, one enclave has proven stubbornly resistant:…

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WWE SUSPENDS R-TRUTH

November 22, 2011 In accordance with the Talent Wellness Program, WWE (NYSE:WWE) has suspended Ron Killings (R-Truth) for 30 days effective immediately for his first violation of the company’s policy. WWE, a publicly traded company (NYSE: WWE), is an integrated media organization and recognized leader in global entertainment. The company consists of a portfolio of businesses that create and deliver original content 52 weeks a year to a global audience….

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Happy 13th Birthday Google!

If we’d known your birthday was coming up, Google, we’d have baked a cake (well, after Googling for the recipe). Fortunately — as you have every September since 2002, in some form — you rendered your own. On Tuesday, Google celebrates its 13th birthday with a simple and classy main-page “Doodle”: A homey, scrapbooked image of the colorful logo (complete with the exclamation point of your youth) surrounded by an…

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Xbox LIVE Enforcement “Unicorn Ninja” Keeps Service Safe and Fun for Everyone

REDMOND, Wash. – Aug. 2, 2011 – In an otherwise typical Microsoft hallway, a black curtain stretches across the doorway to a large room. The whiteboard next to it offers this ambiguous, if not curiosity-inducing, explanation: “Please do not disturb. Sensitive material behind curtain.” Behind the black curtain is a unique team of Microsoft employees. Their existence is not widely known, and probably for good reason – if you have…

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Broadcaster silent as “Judgment Day” hours tick by

With no sign of Judgment Day arriving as he had forecast, the 89-year-old California evangelical broadcaster and former civil engineer behind the pronouncement seemed to have gone silent on Saturday. Family Radio, the Christian stations network headed by Harold Camping which had spread his message of an approaching doomsday, was playing recorded church music, devotionals and life advice unrelated to the apocalypse. Camping previously made a failed prediction Jesus Christ…

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My Thoughts

Last week I gave a talk at a Arizona Convention, and in it I shared my top ten rules for entrepreneurship. They are borne from my experiences starting companies and partnering with great entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley as an angel and a venture capitalist. I hope they prove to be useful to you. If you are an entrepreneur and have other rules you live by and want to share with…

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