Conversation with Sean Welsh – Car Biz Done Better
We also welcome first-time special guest Sean Welsh, Host of ‘5 Minutes with Sean…Maybe 10‘ and the ‘Car Biz Chronicles‘ to talk with us about the B2B Media Strategy for his company – Car Biz Done Better, and of course what is wrong and right with the car business, including the recent announcement that CDK plans to divest its digital marketing business.
Also on the docket for discussion:
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This decision was reached after a thorough evaluation of the CDK portfolio, and aligns with the Company’s strategy to focus on the core suite of SaaS software and technology solutions for the markets it serves through the Retail Solutions North America and CDK International segments. Beginning with the fourth quarter, the Digital Marketing Business will be presented as discontinued operations. The Company has engaged Allen & Company to identify potential buyers and evaluate proposals for the Digital Marketing Business.
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary – Giant Leap for Mankind
It was a breathtaking engineering and logistical achievement. Humans had only started venturing into space less than a decade earlier — and even then, just barely outside Earth’s atmosphere. Our experience of space, which started with Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin in April 1961, was still quite limited when Apollo 8 made a trip ’round the moon in December 1968, the first time humans had ever broken free of Earth’s orbit.
But after a total of six moon landings for the Apollo program in less than four years, that was it. Since Apollo 17 in December 1972, no one’s been back to the moon. NASA spent the next several decades focusing its manned spaceflight efforts on the space shuttle and on missions to the International Space Station.
Now there are once again plans to put people on the moon. NASA says it expects to make a new moon landing by 2024 through its Artemis program, both for its own sake and as a stepping-stone toward eventual missions to Mars. Meanwhile, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and SpaceX founder Elon Musk also have their eyes on lunar adventures.
Should Domino’s Stop Delivering?
Domino’s Pizza, once a clear leader in the food app game, is struggling under the weight of intense competition from delivery services like UberEats, GrubHub, DoorDash and Postmates. Industry experts have begun questioning whether the world’s largest pizza chain should outsource deliveries. With sales growth slowing, the chain must now figure out how to compete as it employs its own drivers, eschewing other services. The company is also exploring delivery “alternatives,” such as autonomous vehicles, bicycles and scooters
FaceApp’s Privacy Wrinkle Exposed