Cranky on the Web (October 13 – 17)

The real story behind the collapse in Southwest’s on-time performanceLos Angeles Times
Apparently someone at the LA Times saw my piece on Southwest’s on time performance problem and wrote an entire article based on what I wrote. Strangely, the newspaper never reached out to me for comment.

In the Trenches: Collecting Our Revenue on TimeSmall Business Center
The Intuit Small Business Blog has now officially become just “Small Business Center,” so that’s where you’ll see my In the Trenches posts each week. This time, I look at the issue of late payments and think about how to combat the problem.

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2 Responses to Cranky on the Web (October 13 – 17)

  1. David SF eastbay says:

    You wrote a nice story for the LA Times…..sort of. :-)

  2. Dan says:

    Cf,

    Backn the day when I took accounting, they told us that typical business contracts are 2% net 30, which is a distinct for early payment. That is one possibility.

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