The BeanCast

BeanCast 64: Chinese Food And Bruce Lee


This was a fascinating week for deciding on topics. Yahoo! and Bing hashed out a deal. GM's Bob Lutz and his remarks became heated topics of debate. Cash for clunkers was a huge controversy. But it was my little alternative subject in the original topics list that rose to be our lead-in discussion.

As soon as I began to pose questions to listeners and guests alike, we were on fire with the discussion over Chinese brands and the growing importance of China to our economy. Some news outlets had taken to calling this past week's US/China meetings as a "G2" summit, denoting the advent of China as the sole rival to U.S. economic supremacy.

It was a great discussion and one you won't soon forget. And believe it or not, the show gets even better from there.

As usual, I remind you to add me on your Twitter profile for all the latest BeanCast news, as well as my random witticisms. I'm TheBeanCast. As always, thanks for listening and please add a positive review to iTunes if you like the show.


David Cherry, President, Cherry Interactive

Bill Green, Publisher, Make the Logo Bigger (Follow the Plaid Nation Tour 2009.)

Brian Morrissey, Digital Editor,, blogging at @bmorrissey


A Future of Chinese Brands?

Yahoo! Bings

GM's Lutz In Spotlight

Cash For Clunkers

BlogHer Raises Payola Questions


Opening Theme, Joe Sibol (pick up his latest album on iTunes)

Closing Theme, CJACKS

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