This article was written by the former President of the DSA, Neil Offen. It was published in Direct Selling News magazine. The article was so well-written that I requested permission to republish on my site. In the article, Neil dispels of several myths about network marketing and he casts a strong vision on ways to […]
This is a guest post prepared by Robert Chapman. Chapman is the founder of Chapman Capital LLC, which is a Los Angeles based investment company specializing in takeovers and turnarounds. In 2000, Chapman Capital was an activist versus Herbalife following the death of Herbalife’s founder Mark Hughes. This is an amazing article. It’s well-researched and […]
Humor me for a second. Suppose prominent law firm, Dewey Cheatham & Howe, initiates a class action lawsuit against cigarette maker, Marlboro. DCH alleges that Marlboro sells cancer sticks. DCH achieves a windfall settlement from Marlboro i.e. $20,000,000! Now suppose a doctor accuses Marlboro’s competitor, Winston, of also selling cancer sticks. And when it comes […]
This year’s DSA annual meeting was held in Dallas, Texas. It was a really cool event! We had phenomenal speakers, the best being none other than George W. Bush. I was skeptical before joining the DSA two years ago. I’m just not a “trade association” kind of guy. I’m so happy I joined! It’s a […]
It’s official. The long fought Pokorny Class Action lawsuit has finally been resolved. Unlike the last Pokorny / Quixtar settlement, which was delayed by the judge (or denied, depending on who you ask), this one seems to be sticking. If you were a Quixtar IBO between January of 2003 to February of 2012, you might […]
Frank VanderSloot denies Melaleuca Operates as a MLM. I list a few reasons why I would categorize Melaleuca as a MLM.