Most of what we know about sales comes from a world of information asymmetry, where for a very long time sellers had more information than buyers. That meant sellers could hoodwink buyers, especially if buyers did not have a lot of choices or a way to talk back.

Daniel Pink

Reviews

A selection of featured products, brands, and services

J. Kurtz on “Made to Last”

-By J. Kurtz “Things just aren’t made like they used to be” I’ve heard this phrase more than a few...

Review: New England Outerwear Company Boat Shoes

  For those who don’t know, New England Outerwear Company (NEOC) is a small and pretty young company based in Maine that...

Store Review: Ball and Buck

Boston’s Newbury Street is well known for being the high-end shopping district of the city, with polished storefronts from Italian clothiers,...

Review: Brooks Brothers Made-to-Measure

By Al Castiel I’ve been on a bit of a dandy streak recently, and my latest obsession has been horizontal...

Brand Preview: F.L. Woods

In 1938, F.L. Woods opened their doors as a nautical supplier to the coastal New England town of Marblehead, Massachusetts....