Goodbye And Good Luck

Kuehn, Richard A.
March 2007
Business Communications Review;Mar2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p66
Trade Publication
The article presents the final Consultant's Corner column by Richard Kuehn, who is leaving "Business Communications Review" after writing the monthly column for 33 years. Kuehn discusses his experiences as a business journalist, stressing the influence of technology on business communications in the United States. He applauds the ease of communications in 2007, but decries the lowered expectations for quality that have come along with the adoption of cellular telephone and mobile communications technology.


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