Marcia Clemmitt

Category: Business

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March 17th, 2017

Apparel Company Cut From a Different Cloth

Business Researcher March 1st, 2015

Crisis Landscape Differs for B2B Businesses

Business Researcher February 9th, 2015

Big-picture Thinking Needed to Navigate Crisis, Experts Say

Business Researcher February 9th, 2015

Big Data

Business Researcher February 9th, 2015

Q&A: What Makes a Good Crisis Manager?

Business Researcher February 9th, 2015

Q&A: Davis on Using Big Data

Business Researcher February 9th, 2015

Big Data

SAGE February 9th, 2015 “In general, math skills are not what got people ahead in business.”

Social Media Explosion

CQ Press January 25th, 2013 "Many kids say they prefer not to talk face to face."

Privatizing the Military

CQ Press July 13th, 2012 "If a contractor shoots someone, he may be out of the country by nightfall."

Setting Standards for Security Contractors

CQ Press July 13th, 2012

Internet Regulation

CQ Press April 13th, 2012 "I don't pay Comcast for making Netflix inferior to [Comcast's] pay-per-view."

Entertainment Industry Seeks New Business Plan

CQ Press April 13th, 2012

Rural Areas Find Barriers to Job Creation

CQ Press March 2nd, 2012

Big Hurdles Confront Learning-technology Developers

CQ Press December 2nd, 2011

Financial Industry Overhaul

CQ Press July 30th, 2010 "That's the same thing as money laundering. It takes something dirty and makes it clean."

Taxes vs. Cap and Trade: Which Works Best

CQ Press July 24th, 2009

Solving the Infrastructure-Maintenance Dilemma

CQ Press February 20th, 2009

Mortgage Crisis

CQ Press November 2nd, 2007 "The average home in California costs $500,000. You can't afford that home."

Medicine & Health

Health Care Information Center April 11th, 2005 "I've seen nurses be much more willing" to adapt to the demands of the e-world. "I hope the nurses will help physicians along."

Tech Coverage: "Show Me the Money" vs. "Show Me the Value"

Medicine & Health November 1st, 2004

Doc-Owned Specialty Hospitals Have Clinical Pros and Cons

Medicine & Health October 4th, 2004

Payment, the Uninsured Loom Large in Specialty Hospital Debate

Medicine & Health September 27th, 2004

Specialty Hospital Fight to Return With Vengeance in 2005

Medicine & Health September 20th, 2004

Medicine & Health

Health Care Information Center June 28th, 2004

Employers Seek Many-Fold Path to Medicare Drug Subsidies

Medicine & Health June 14th, 2004

GOP: Consumerism Must Work or Single Payer's On the Way

Medicine & Health March 15th, 2004

Thomas Takes Aim Again at Tax-Favored Employer Coverage

Medicine & Health February 16th, 2004

How Far Is It From E-Record Vision to Reality?

Medicine & Health November 10th, 2003

Views Differ on Employer Response to Rx Bill

Medicine & Health October 27th, 2003

Hospital Finances Still a Guessing Game for Analysts

Medicine & Health October 6th, 2003

Insurers Gear Up to Fight National Health Insurance

Medicine & Health September 15th, 2003 Survey respondents gave "national health insurance" 57 fat points on McInturff's polling "thermometer" -- which measures the extent to which a word gives listeners warm, fuzzy feelings. "Government-run health care" registered a chilly 41.

Supply, Prices -- Not Quality -- Push Spending Skyward

Medicine & Health June 23rd, 2003

Medicine & Health

Health Care Information Center November 11th, 2002

Beyond Sticks and Carrots: Why Error Bills Can't Do It All

Medicine & Health October 11th, 2002

Will Genome Science Shift Clinical, Insurance Paradigms?

Medicine & Health September 26th, 2000

Networking, BPW Style

National Business Woman September 15th, 1996

Step One -- Make It Fun?

National Business Woman April 15th, 1996

Foreword To Pamela Gilberd's The Eleven Commandments of Wildly Successful Women

Macmillan Spectrum January 1st, 1996

Biomedical Opportunities Seen As Rare Bright Spot on Chemistry Job Horizon

The Scientist August 23rd, 1993 "A large number of positions available are not advertised to job seekers."

As Challenges Mount for Academic Research, More Scientists Take Administrative Positions

The Scientist November 9th, 1992 "Scientific research is a much more difficult managerial problem than it was eight to nine years ago. You can't just have the janitor over to fix things anymore."

Maturing Biotech Firms Face New Challenges

The Scientist April 13th, 1992 "Hiring 50 people in a short period is one thing. Two or three hundred is another."

Mathematicians: Real-World Applications Are Key to Increasing the Field's Appeal

The Scientist March 16th, 1992 "We need to ask ourselves, 'If we're so valuable, why are we hired in such small numbers?"

Academic Book Publishers Pursue Survival in Recessionary Times

The Scientist January 6th, 1992 "If the point is getting regular funding, we might be better off having ties with the Mafia."

The Sticky Business of Noncaloric Sugars

The Scientist August 19th, 1991 NASA "said the experiment was going fine. But when it went to Mars they couldn't have a sanitary engineer with just a master's degree talking about it. They wanted me to accept another scientist as principal investigator. But I said, 'The hell I will.'"