« February 15, 2007 | Main | February 20, 2007 »

Record 182,000 New Products Flood Global CPG Shelves

In 2006 a record-breaking 182,000 new consumer packaged goods (CPG) products were introduced globally in stores, with key booming areas focusing on mind, body, and general good health, according to the Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD).

Continue reading... "Record 182,000 New Products Flood Global CPG Shelves" »

Mobile Content Goldrush; $1 trillion Capex on Next Generation Networks

Data-heavy mobile content services will be key to the future success of mobile operators, according to ABI Research's two Research Briefs, "Mobile Operator Performance Benchmarks, 4Q-2006" and "Global Wireless Subscriber Dynamics, 4Q-2006" that track the latest developments in the global mobile marketplace. 

Continue reading... "Mobile Content Goldrush; $1 trillion Capex on Next Generation Networks" »

US Residential Broadband Penetration to Hit 55% or 60M Households in 2007

Residential subscriptions to broadband Internet connections surged 20% in 2006 to exceed 50 million U.S. households, according to a new study from Parks Associates. The report estimates U.S. residential broadband subscriptions will surpass 60 million households by year-end 2007, accounting for 55% of all U.S. households.

Continue reading... "US Residential Broadband Penetration to Hit 55% or 60M Households in 2007" »

60% of US Workers Trust Their Bosses; 52% Satisfied With Bosses Performance 

According to a recent study by Robert Half and CareerBuilder.com on "How Employees View Company Leaders, some 52% of employees polled said they are satisfied with the performance of their bosses, while 28% are unhappy with their supervisors. 

Continue reading... "60% of US Workers Trust Their Bosses; 52% Satisfied With Bosses Performance¬†" »

IT Salaries Increased 5.2% in 2006; Top 10 Skills, Cities, and Industries

A survey of more than 19,000 technology professionals found that average IT salaries in the U.S. increased 5.2% to $73,308 in 2006 from $69,700 in 2005, reports 2006 Annual Salary Survey by Dice. The survey found that starting salaries outpaced the overall national average, with an increase of 13.1% to $42,414 in 2006. 

Continue reading... "IT Salaries Increased 5.2% in 2006; Top 10 Skills, Cities, and Industries" »

Monthly Archives


  ABOUT    CONTACT Metrics 2.0 RSS Feeds RSS   Metrics 2.0 Widgets for your site or blog WIDGETS   ARCHIVES


Enter Email for Daily Feed Delivery:


Essential Business Books