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David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

SiriusXM announced Wednesday that it has named James E. Meyer its new interim CEO, replacing the departing Mel Karmazin.

Brands Unlimited International announced Wednesday that it has named a new executive team, led by President William Lane, the longtime CEO of Emerson Radio.

Under the sell line “Just in time to make a perfect gift for Mother’s Day” Western Digital (WD) recently introduced 10 “fresh new colors” for its My Passport Essential Portable USB Drives. Weighing in at less than 5 ounces, My Passport Essential USB Drives put almost a third of a terabyte of digital storage in the palm of the users’ hand. While it may have taken a while, the same “fashion statement” trend that had dominated the digital camera and imaging accessory market has finally hit the portable drive market. My Passport Essential Drives are, as WD explains, simple to use, light and

LUXURY: An item that is desirable but not essential; an activity that gives great pleasure. You will close the sale when you convince customers that they can’t live without a product or that they’re better off buying the product or service from you instead of your competition. Even if you are selling a product that is a necessity of life, you can use the technique of “A luxury—once had—becomes a necessity” by making your service the luxury the customer cannot live without. The two ways I have always been successful with turning a luxury into a necessity are: 1. Involving the prospect in the

Luxury: An item that is desirable but not essential. An activity that gives great pleasure. You will close the sale when you can convince the customer to believe they can’t live without a product or that they’re better off buying the product or service from you instead of your competition. Even if you are selling a product that is a necessity of life, you can use the technique of ‘A luxury once had becomes a necessity’ by making your service the luxury the customer cannot live without. The Two ways I have always been successful turning a luxury into a necessity: 1. Involving the

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