Monthly Archives: August 2011

Should We Innovate The US Post Office?

Why would we want to do that? The U.S. Post Office (USPS) lost $8.5 billion in 2010 and we, as taxpayers, are subsidizing this. The majority of the red ink comes from pension plan obligations (roughly $7.9 billion).  The remaining … Continue reading

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New Innovation in China Book Offers Inadequate Solution

I read a tweet from @erlanovation yesterday that intrigued me: Interesting discussion of #innovation in China: Moving China Up the Value Chain nyti.ms/mQhwGS. The New York Times article interviews two authors, Mr. Breznitz and Mr. Murphree, about their new book … Continue reading

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