Articles by Tony Silber

Under the Radar

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"I would prefer that we continued to stay under the radar." Andrew Schofield For some, entrepreneurship is an innate condition. It's 1996 and 25-year-old Andrew Schofield is selling advertising for a small trade-magazine publisher in Norwich, England. Even then, Schofield thought about starting his own business.

From $10,000 to $40 Million. And Counting

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"I would prefer that we continued to stay under the radar." Andrew Schofield For some, entrepreneurship is an innate condition. It's 1996 and 25-year-old Andrew Schofield is selling advertising for a small trade-magazine publisher in Norwich, England. Even then, Schofield thought about starting his own business.

Making Something From Nothing

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I was talking to a colleague the other day about our cover story on Schofield Media;a fast-rising b-to-b firm with an unusual business model. He said we might hear from the major established b-to-b players for putting a little-known, unconventional company on the cover.

Breaking News: Postal Reform Bill Passes

The United States Senate today unanimously has approved bill S.662, joining the U.S. House of Representatives, which approved its version of postal reform legislation last summer. Next a House-Senate conference will try to hammer out differences between the two bills.

McCurdy Replaces Cobert as Canon CEO

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Apprise Media announced today that CEO Charles McCurdy has taken the additional role of CEO at Canon Communications, replacing outgoing CEO William F. Cobert, who is leaving the company after 27 years to "pursue other interests."

Borrowing for Growth

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Last year, Richmond, Virginia-based Douglas Publications bought Briefings Publishing Group and its nine business-management newsletters from Wicks Business Information in an estimated $15 million deal.

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