Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
Craig Froehle
Works at University of Cincinnati
Attended University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lives in Cincinnati, OH
16,958 followers|123,507,799 views
AboutPostsCollectionsPhotosReviews

Stream

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
What an unrepentant shitstain that guy is.
12
Anthony Barber's profile photoStephen Wilson's profile photoPeter Doughman's profile photoCraig Froehle's profile photo
8 comments
 
+Stephen Wilson I just can't think of anything nice to say about him. It's terrible.
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
I got a chill. What a remarkable moment. Bernie ended his run with grace, dignity, and room to still keep pulling the party towards his vision while Hillary received the nomination that she so clearly deserves. This is the true beginning of the race towards November, and I feel like we're on solid ground.
Sen. Bernie Sanders asks the Democratic National Convention to suspend the rules and officially name Hillary Clinton the Democratic nominee, making her the first female presidential nominee from one of the two major political parties.
18
2
Robert M Knight's profile photoBrad D's profile photoCraig Froehle's profile photoBill Henry's profile photo
11 comments
 
Great. Now we get Trump for a president.
Way to go, DNC.
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
Now THAT is a plan I could get behind 100%!
49
2
Evan Brody's profile photoAdmiral Taptap's profile photoJohn Oliverio (onewire)'s profile photoWilliam Stolley's profile photo
11 comments
 
This meme was all over Facebook yesterday. I was hoping to avoid it on Google Plus
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
I wonder if the NRA would have us believe that the kid should've been armed to protect himself.
18
1
Evan Brody's profile photoJohn Bump's profile photoWilliam Stolley's profile photoCraig Froehle's profile photo
10 comments
 
+William Stolley Like 😠 or 😤 or 😬?
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
Aaand there it is.
 
Sanders has declined to meet with the Greens and urged his supporters to stay and change the Democrats.
10 comments on original post
16
1
Craig Froehle's profile photoHerb “Chucky Sly” Burnswell's profile photo
33 comments
 
Sorry to put the defibrillator on this dead horse, but I'm seeing Clinton's position on TPP dominating today's news cycle. Her surrogates have reiterated her opposition, but it looks like they're having messaging issues with VA's McAuliffe.
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
8
2
John Bump's profile photo
 
Well, about 65% of everywhere, assuming portals are everywhere.
Add a comment...
In his circles
2,470 people
Have him in circles
16,958 people
Allan Holland's profile photo
aruna gohil's profile photo
Rupen Soni's profile photo
The MC Ace's profile photo
Jimmy Wales's profile photo
Tyshon Jones's profile photo
Jon Kull's profile photo
paulo de tarso leite filgueiras filgueiras's profile photo
Jamie Patterson's profile photo

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
27
4
Uriel Montenegro's profile photoAnthony Barber's profile photoPhillip Landmeier (ᚠ)'s profile photoWilliam Stolley's profile photo
10 comments
 
I thought Bill gave a great speech tonight and made a very clear contrast between Hillary and Donald and that he offers the country absolutely nothing and she has been working for almost four decades trying to help women and children
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
As I've said before, voting doesn't create change...winning elections creates change.
 
"Finding a candidate who embraces your values is understandable, crucial even. But fervent idealism, which places support for a certain candidate above all practical consequences of that support, is foolhardy. According to ethicists, it’s also immoral."
View original post
18
Paresh Desai's profile photoAkinola Emmanuel's profile photoCraig Froehle's profile photo
31 comments
 
+Akinola Emmanuel It is potentially immoral because of the implications. Voting isn't done in a vacuum...it has broader ramifications.

Imagine a public program that gives cash to people. Then, imagine us finding out that that program ended up leading to the deaths of hundreds of people because they used the money to buy drugs and overdosed. The intention of the program was fine, but the real-world implications of the program were disastrous.

Our responsibility doesn't end at our intentions -- we have to consider what difference our actions actually have. To not do so -- to act without concern of the actual (and potential) effects -- is immoral.
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
American consumer technology companies just cannot seem to avoid being swallowed whole by international corporations. Why is that do you think?
 
LeEco buys Vizio and I'm a little saddened.

So, I heard about this about a month ago. I was saddened then and I'm even more saddened now. Vizio was turning into a nice American brand and it's sad to see another American company get gobbled up into another Chinese brand, a la Motorola.

That said, it will be interesting to see how this pans out as LeEco wants jump head first into smart tv, Android TV and Google Cast support. It will be interesting to see how they leverage Vizio's existing lines moving forward.
Ready for another American-grown company to be gobbled up by big businesses in China? After early morning murmurings, LeEco today confirmed rumors that they have acquired VIZIO. The deal is confirmed to be worth $2 billion.
13 comments on original post
25
4
Dusko Males's profile photoanna dees's profile photoJose Velazquez's profile photo
6 comments
 
This kind of thing breaks my heart. More than any kind of labor off-shoring, the sale of an entire company to foreign industries has gutted "Made In America." Look at what Motorola has become under Lenovo, after doing so many amazing things designing and building the Moto X right in the USA, not to mention the loss of 2000 really good jobs in Texas.
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
Trump (and his campaign) just can't stop himself from screwing over the little guy. How anyone can think he's on the side of the consumer or the general public is beyond me...he's a megalomaniac!
 
I am shocked.

Well, no I'm not. At all.

That infectious performance kicked off a flurry of media appearances. The Freedom Kids told "Inside Edition" that Trump told them that he planned to listen to their CD all night. The group, which had been around for about 2½ years by that point, was a viral sensation largely inextricable from Trump himself.

Now, though, the relationship is different. Jeff Popick, father of the smallest Freedom Kid and author of "Freedom's Call" (the song performed at the Trump rally), told The Washington Post by phone on Monday that he planned to file a lawsuit against the campaign for violating its agreement with the group.

Jeff Popick says that the campaign failed to live up to promises it made to him.
41 comments on original post
8
BAG GAB's profile photoJohn Oliverio (onewire)'s profile photo
2 comments
 
Those kids were so creepy...
Add a comment...

Craig Froehle

Shared publicly  - 
 
If you're acting covertly to show actual wrongdoing that you know is happening (e.g., recording the abuse of animals on corporate farms), that's one thing, but these guys manipulated their videos to make it SEEM like PP was doing something illegal when the organization was actually abiding by strict federal and state laws. That's lying.
A Texas judge has dismissed felony charges against two people who concealed their identities and tried to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood.
11
Craig Froehle's profile photoRobin Smith's profile photoJohn Oliverio (onewire)'s profile photo
6 comments
 
Huh... thought we'd see some justice there.
Add a comment...
Craig's Collections
People
In his circles
2,470 people
Have him in circles
16,958 people
Allan Holland's profile photo
aruna gohil's profile photo
Rupen Soni's profile photo
The MC Ace's profile photo
Jimmy Wales's profile photo
Tyshon Jones's profile photo
Jon Kull's profile photo
paulo de tarso leite filgueiras filgueiras's profile photo
Jamie Patterson's profile photo
Education
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    PhD, Business (Operations Management)
  • University of Cincinnati
    MBA (Operations Management)
  • University of Cincinnati
    BS, Mechanical Engineering
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Relationship
Married
Story
Tagline
Recommended
Introduction
Engineer → dot-com startup CEO → PhD → business professor & healthcare operations researcher. Unapologetic technophile. Affable skeptic. INTJ. Husband and dad. 

What you'll mostly see me discussing is technology, sociopolitical issues, business/industry, kids/family, and various hobbies (science, photography, cars, sports, etc.).

Disclaimer: Nobody I work for, with, or near has anything to do with my opinions or posts; these thoughts are mine alone. My work/professional Google account can be found elsewhere.

───────────────────────────────────────

The following mini-autobiography should be sung to the tune of The Beverly Hillbillies theme song:

Come and listen to my story 'bout a man named Craig
He started out life as just a tiny egg.
Grew up loving science and technology.
So he went off to college saying "engineering's for me!"

Mechanical, that is. Physics tests. Sausage fests.

Well after not too long, Craig's bored by his work.
Kinfolk said, "Tedium makes you beserk;
Academia is the place you otta be!"
So he headed to Carolina and got his Ph.D.

Business, that is. Operations. Management.

So now Craig's a prof at a university.
Educating his students all about efficiency.
He got tenure so he'll be there til he dies.
Or at least until he wins a Nobel Prize.

Not gonna happen. Very unlikely. P<<.001.

───────────────────────────────────────
Bragging rights
Founded, ran, and sold MemoWare.com, which, at its peak, was among the 15,000 most-visited websites in the world.
Work
Occupation
Business professor; healthcare operations researcher
Employment
  • University of Cincinnati
    Professor, 2001 - present
    Research faculty, Dept. of Operations, Business Analytics & Information Systems, Lindner College of Business
  • University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine
    Professor, 2013 - 2015
    Research faculty, Dept. of Emergency Medicine
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
    Professor, 2007 - 2015
    Research faculty, Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence
  • MemoWare.com
    Owner, 1996 - 2001
  • Belcan Engineering
    Engineer, 1991 - 1997
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Cincinnati, OH
Previously
Chapel Hill, NC - Springboro, OH
Great food, good service, would come back for sure.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Only been once, but the food was fantastic. My group had tacos and a quesadilla and everyone enjoyed it. Will definitely be going back.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A pretty typical Benihana (Japanese hibachi restaurant) experience. Reasonably well executed, although our hibachi chef didn't have much personality or put on much of a show compared to some we saw at other tables. They did a good job accommodating our group of 24 (at 3 different hibachi tables). Drink menu could be improved.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
It's strange: I rarely think to go to Teller's, but every time I do, I really enjoy the food and the service is good. Why don't I eat there more often? Anyway, it's an upscale casual restaurant with a wide-ranging American menu, quite a decent bar and tap selection, and an outdoor patio for when the weather is decent. The interior is definitely unique, being an old bank. We have a vegetarian in the family and there are always good options for her, too. And, if you don't feel like a sit-down dessert after your meal, the oldest Graeter's ice cream shop currently operating is just 50 feet away. Recommended!
• • •
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
114 reviews
Map
Map
Map
High-quality sushi, a broad menu, good service, great prices, nice environment. What's not to like? I've eaten here maybe half a dozen times since it opened and everyone I've been with said they enjoyed it and would definitely go back.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I enjoyed the food -- the beef stew was quite good, but the shepherd's pie was just OK -- but the thing that knocked off stars for me was the noise. Due to the live dancing and music that happens fairly frequently, it's nearly impossible to talk to the people at your table, and ordering becomes a challenge if the waiter can't make his/her way next to you. It's an attractive dining space and the service was good, but I'm not eager to return because of the noise levels.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The ultimate donut and pastry shop. Seriously. Lines can be long if you hit peak morning rush, but they have lots of servers to get you that sweet fix you need sometime. My friends tell me the coffee is pretty good as well.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago