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- Man at His Best: Driving. Patton, Phil; Ward, Andrew // Esquire;May99, Vol. 131 Issue 5, p26
Focuses on why great American wagons disappeared and features cartoonist Bruce Eric Kaplan. Theory of Christos Roustemis of Chevrolet on why American wagons disappeared; Description of Chevrolet's Nomad vehicle; Type people who will enjoy Kaplan's cartoon compendium, `No One You Know.'
- Kaplan toons up while digging deep for 'Under.' Oei, Lily // Variety;4/7/2003, Vol. 390 Issue 8, p22
Profiles television producer and cartoonist Bruce Eric Kaplan. Comic strips of Kaplan; Art training of Kaplan; Experience of Kaplan in producing the program 'Six Feet Under.'
- Goings On, and On, About Town. Amsden, David // New York;10/16/2000, Vol. 33 Issue 40, p18
Reports that a cartoon by artist Bruce Eric Kaplan was accidentally reprinted in an October 2000 issue of `The New Yorker' magazine. Statement from `The New Yorker' cartoon editor Bob Mankoff; Possible reasons for the reprinting error.
- Monsters Eat Whiny Children. Cart, Michael // Booklist;8/1/2010, Vol. 106 Issue 22, p60
Reviews the book "Monsters Eat Whiny Children," by Bruce Kaplan.
- Monday morning never looked so good. Gitomer, Jeffrey // Business News New Jersey;09/08/97, Vol. 10 Issue 30, p13
No abstract available.
- Chicago's largest conventions. // Crain's Chicago Business;1996 Top Business Lists, Vol. 18 Issue 51, p161
Presents statistical information on Chicago's largest conventions ranked by attendance.
- Have an agenda for your next sales call. Falvey, Jack // Sell!ng;Sep97, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p14
Relates the importance of pre-printed agenda in the success of a sales meeting. Information that must be included in the preprinted agenda; Usage on any sales calls.
- The selling edge. Dreyfack, Raymond // American Salesman;Dec94, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p27
Discusses the importance of taking a positive approach to sales meetings. Major factors that affect the value of sales meetings; Motivational booster; Sharing of sales-building ideas and techniques; Recognition value of sales meeting participation.
- Misconceptions about sales meetings. St. John, Michael // American Salesman;Nov96, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p25
Focuses on common misconceptions concerning sales meetings. Holding a sales meeting to the sales year that just ended to blame employees; Considering it as a place to produce a five-year plan; Holding sales meetings due to traditions; Treating salespeople as plain employees.