CableLabs: The Road to Innovation
- Getting Wired For Innovation. Winslow, George // Broadcasting & Cable;6/13/2011, Vol. 141 Issue 24, p28
An interview with Paul Liao, president and chief executive officer of CableLabs, is presented. He states that broadcasters can put interactive things within their program stream to make their offering more attractive to cable viewers. He mentions that CableLabs' creation played a key role in the...
- PAUL LIAO. // Communications Technology;Oct2009 Supplement, p11
An interview with Paul Liao, chief executive officer of CableLabs, is presented. When asked about the factors that stimulated him to take the leadership position at CableLabs, he refers to the support given by the CableLabs Board of Directors and the growing performance of the company. He...
- Liao: Watch Out for Disruptive Tech. // Multichannel News;10/24/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 40, p12
An interview with chief executive officer (CEO) Paul Liao of CableLabs is presented. He states that personal reasons have made him decide to leave the company. He enumerates his biggest accomplishment at CableLabs including the presence of cable industry in San Francisco Bay area, the emergence...
- Local Companies Look Ahead With Expansion, Purchase Plans. Emrich, Anne Bond // Grand Rapids Business Journal;9/10/2001, Vol. 19 Issue 37, p9
Discusses evidences that companies in Grand Rapids, Michigan are not letting the economic slowdown keep them from growing. Establishment of a Plant Rehabilitation District for Avery Dennison Corp.; Application for an industrial facilities exemption for Grand Rapids Spring & Stamping Inc.;...
- Sinopec Chongqing Branch Formed to Build Sales Network. // China Chemical Reporter;2/21/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p11
The article reports on the formation of the new chemical firm Sinopec Chongqing Petroleum Branch to build sales network in Chongqing, China on January 27, 2010.
- The pursuit of immortality. Caulkin, Simon // Management Today;May95, p36
Gives insights into why certain companies last longer than the average 40- to 50-year life expectancy of firms and why some companies do not. Companies which are still in operation after centuries of existence; Positive approach to corporate survival. INSETS: Sweden's Methuselah of industry...
- Slipping up en route to the top. Heller, Robert // Management Today;Feb96, p21
Focuses on company policies towards employee errors as key to corporate growth. Persons who did major errors and proceeded on their careers, including Niall Fitzgerald and Daniel Burke; Replacement of authoritarian hierarchy with self-managing, teams working in brotherhood; Tendency of...
- Study finds corporations' growth, like organisms', slows with age. Gladstone, Rick // Hudson Valley Business Journal;3/18/96-03/25/96, Vol. 6 Issue 49, p19
Reports on a study showing that the growth of corporations slows with age. Greatest growth potential when a corporation is young; Ineffectiveness of pursuing dramatic growth by acquisitions, job reductions and other trendy strategies.
- Limitless vs. sustained growth strategies: What's the... Taylor, Susan L.; Cosenza, Robert M. // Business Forum;Spring/Fall97, Vol. 22 Issue 2/3/4, p29
Examines the controversies surrounding corporate growth policies. How can companies achieve growth; Growth as a natural phenomenon; Corporate reasons for growth; Sustained growth as a viable solution to the dilemma.