Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Battle To Save Gropius’s Buildings Is A Battle To Remember Them

Just after I wrote my last post, I was sent this article in the Christian Science Monitor (“Battle to save Chicago’s Gropius architecture” http://bit.ly/LlQkx).  Reading it brought many different ideas and questions to mind.  This complex of hospital buildings, recently discovered to have been designed by Walter Gropius, were originally part of a hospital on […]

Telling The Story Behind The Story

I read an article in Barron’s that gave me a new insight onto a project I had written the summary for.  The article was about CVS/Caremark, and it mentioned that the company had become CVS/Caremark in 2007 when CVS, a retail pharmacy chain, acquired Caremark, a pharmacy-benefit management (PBM) company.  The article hinted at the synergies […]