Risky Business

Risky Business is a 1983 American black comedy drama film written by Paul Brickman in his directorial debut. It stars Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay. The film launched Cruise to stardom. It covers themes like materialism, loss of innocence, coming of age and capitalism.
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  • AffEngineer 2015 Goals

    … the transparency that has made this website valuable to people. This year I have massive plans with AffEngineer.com. I don’t make tutorials about anything unless I’m making money from it. By money, I don’t mean a few bucks, I’m talking a full-time wage or better. That’s why, even though I’ve tried a bunch of different Affiliate methods, the only one…

    AffEngineer.comin Affiliate- 6 readers -
  • Sainsbury’s pivots with a Christmas ad ‘designed for Facebook’

    … of soccer. Evoking memories of war for marketing aims, however artfully filmed, is a risky business. After 727 complaints from the British public that the ad was distasteful, the pressure was on to change the conversation. It seems to have done just that. Its new online video features something you don’t see every day — a troop of dads…

    Chris Smith/ Digidayin Social- 10 readers -
  • Vodafone creates world’s largest poppy

    … in Afghanistan. He undertook a 31 mile run around the city to mark an outline from which others would fill in the red and black of a poppy via GPS. Here, he explains why he did it: Corporate acts of remembrance can be a risky business for brands. Things can quickly turn sour if a campaign is seen as a crass attempt to exploit the event. It’s a fact U.K…

    Chris Smith/ Digiday- 10 readers -
  • Hotels.com Busted for Buying Links, Offers Weak Apology

    … As is true of so many things in life, the big boys have it a whole lot easier than the rest of us. Fishing for backlinks in exchange for money can be risky (not to mention deeply unethical), but that didn’t stop Hotels.com, an Expedia property, from sending out spammy emails asking travel bloggers for precisely that. What Happened? In case you…

    Larry Kim/ WordStreamin SEO Google- 11 readers -
  • Avoiding S-curve error

    … because science doesn't march, it leaps. The S curve is flat, and then it's not. It's punctuated. A technical innovation changes the game, industry takes a development generation to incrementally pile on, then it happens again. You can't multiply a one-year increase (in computers, your income, your height, the cost of a commodity) by a hundred and figure out what it's going to be in a hundred years, any more than a salesperson can multiply one day's commissions to figure out a year's pay. Day trading is a risky business. …

    Seth Godin/ Seth Godin's Blog- 4 readers -
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