Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” As the consumer electronics industry enters its most important quarter of 2011, take a minute to ask yourself, “How have I been adapting my business to differentiate myself from my competitors, or am I still doing the same things I’ve always done?”

In today’s economy, what may have worked in the past is no longer good enough. If you want to keep your business healthy and viable, you need to explore new avenues for growth.

Not sure where to start? Let’s take a look at five suggestions for helping position your company for long term growth and sustainability.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has agreed, for the first time in his career, to cooperate with a biography

Dr. Sidney Harman marks Harman/Kardon's 50th anniversary with an autobiography By Janet Pinkerton Tinkering with two public address amplifiers while working for David Bogen Company in the early 1950s, Bernard Kardon and Sidney Harman built themselves a couple of custom audio systems, hooking up the modified amplifier to two borrowed turntables and some 12-inch diameter cone speakers to play their 78-rpm records at home. Their modifications were made with close attention to hum, distortion and frequency response, and "we loved the result, as did our friends and neighbors," Harman recalls in his forthcoming autobiography, Mind Your Own Business: A Maverick's Guide to

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