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Author Archives: Larry Popelka

Meat Wars –The Smithfield Foods Controversy

Check out GameChanger CEO Larry Popelka’s latest article in Bloomberg Businessweek– and find out why Pork Producer Smithfield Foods can’t implement its current growth plans without President Barack Obama’s approval.  Is your company next? Pork Protectionism is a Threat to US Business The Senate Agricultural Committee recently…

Google’s battle with the NSA

Check out Gamechanger CEO Larry Popelka’s latest Bloomberg Businessweek article and find out how the NSA spying efforts are damaging U.S. businesses overseas. The NSA is Bad for Business The U.S. National Security Agency has dealt a blow to Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and other U.S. corporations. In addition to forcing them to engage in…

Google’s is Winning the Innovation War Against Apple

Larry Popelka’s latest Bloomberg Businessweek article explores how Google is using GameChanger’s MVP New Product process to win the innovation war against Apple. Google’s “Launch and Iterate” is Winning the Innovation War Against Apple Google appears to be on the verge of taking over the tech…

New Superfood Bar Launched by GameChanger Associate

One of our very own Marketing Associates at GameChanger is launching a new start-up company to introduce a new superfood to health-minded consumers – and also possibly reduce world poverty and malnutrition. Kuli Kuli, Inc., debuted yesterday, and is using crowd-funding site Indiegogo.com to raise initial launch money.  In its…

Innovation Lessons from Hooters

Check out Larry Popelka’s latest Bloomberg Businessweek article on Hooters – to learn more about how companies are making-over declining brands. More Companies need a Hooters Makeover Hooters announced last week that it is reinventing itself. The iconic restaurant chain that made its name by featuring waitresses in tank tops and hot pants is rethinking its…

Why Corporate Executives should get paid more

Read Larry Popelka’s latest Bloomberg Businessweek article and find out why corporate executives should get paid more. More Companies Need High-Priced CEOs It’s proxy season, and several companies have released chief executive pay data in their annual filings. CEO salaries in S&P 500 companies are up 8…