They were two entrepreneurs who defined the corporate culture in the Central Coast’s dot-com era. Michael Klein was the swashbuckling deal maker who knew how to finance things, built tech firms and loved to make deals with big players like Yahoo. His investment in bankrupt auto parts maker Dura Automotive gave him a national profile. Read More →
It’s a very long way from the canyons of Madison Avenue or the boulevards of Paris to Rosetta’s sleek new building near the airport in San Luis Obispo. But the successful creation of the world’s biggest advertising agency will depend in part on what happens within the walls of Rosetta, and other niche agencies, that Read More →
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