VC Leader’s Top Ten survival list

John Doer, the legendary VC partner of Kleiner, Perkins recently offered his Top Ten list of how to survive during a struggling economy. There is a technology and start-up twist…
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A counter-intuitive idea to keep top talent!

We talk a lot about the importance of top talent in Sword Tips. Business Week’s article entitled Keeping Talent in the Fold (the name used in the print version) recounts the…
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Neer beer? We need martinis, straight up!

Is there any evidence that the Federal government has had a real impact on our confidence in the markets and general economy? Very little, I fear. I laugh at the…
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Jack Welch agrees with The Daily Bull . . . ish!

There’s not much Bullish news to go around these days but that’s one of our missions nonetheless. The legendary Jack Welch apparently couldn’t agree more. His The Welchway column in…
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Just how slippery is that slippery slope?

Gretchen Morgenson’s column in yesterday’s NY Times offers an interesting summary of the Executive Compensation guidelines that accompany the taxpayer’s investment in the capital markets. A government rescue effort looks…
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There are actually businesses doing business!

Finally, a mainstream magazine reminds us of the “Other Economy” that’s out there. It’s not constructed of toxic mortgages, clogged credit arteries or financial malfeasance. It’s middle market companies doing…
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Vol. 27: You can bank on Sound Covenants

The North Bay Business Journal, a publication of the New York Times, is a weekly business newspaper which covers the North Bay area of San Francisco – from the Golden…
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How long can you stay on this tightrope?

Gretchen Morgenson from the NY Times writes in Sunday’s paper about AIG in “Behind Biggest Insurer’s Crisis, A Blind Eye to a Web of Risk”. There are a lot of…
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Has the chicken come home to roost?

I wrote several columns in December last year, With Wall St. as Sideshow, Performance is Best Salary Guide, discussed the extraordinary exit strategies for Wall St. executives whose performance was…
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About Me

I am a professional author and speaker as well as a leadership coach facilitating leadership groups among CEOs and senior business leaders in the SF Bay area.

I am the author or more than 125+ newspaper columns published by the SF Bay affiliate of the NY Times among the 550+ articles here. I have also written 3 ebooks about Leadership & Business Finance.


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About Me

I am a professional author and speaker as well as a leadership coach facilitating leadership groups among CEOs and senior business leaders in the SF Bay area.

I am the author or more than 125+ newspaper columns published by the SF Bay affiliate of the NY Times among the 550+ articles here. I have also written 3 ebooks about Leadership & Business Finance.


Read more ….

Testimonials

VC Leader’s Top Ten survival list

John Doer, the legendary VC partner of Kleiner, Perkins recently offered his Top Ten list of how to survive during a struggling economy. There is a technology and start-up twist…
Read More

A counter-intuitive idea to keep top talent!

We talk a lot about the importance of top talent in Sword Tips. Business Week’s article entitled Keeping Talent in the Fold (the name used in the print version) recounts the…
Read More

Neer beer? We need martinis, straight up!

Is there any evidence that the Federal government has had a real impact on our confidence in the markets and general economy? Very little, I fear. I laugh at the…
Read More

Jack Welch agrees with The Daily Bull . . . ish!

There’s not much Bullish news to go around these days but that’s one of our missions nonetheless. The legendary Jack Welch apparently couldn’t agree more. His The Welchway column in…
Read More

Just how slippery is that slippery slope?

Gretchen Morgenson’s column in yesterday’s NY Times offers an interesting summary of the Executive Compensation guidelines that accompany the taxpayer’s investment in the capital markets. A government rescue effort looks…
Read More

There are actually businesses doing business!

Finally, a mainstream magazine reminds us of the “Other Economy” that’s out there. It’s not constructed of toxic mortgages, clogged credit arteries or financial malfeasance. It’s middle market companies doing…
Read More

Vol. 27: You can bank on Sound Covenants

The North Bay Business Journal, a publication of the New York Times, is a weekly business newspaper which covers the North Bay area of San Francisco – from the Golden…
Read More

How long can you stay on this tightrope?

Gretchen Morgenson from the NY Times writes in Sunday’s paper about AIG in “Behind Biggest Insurer’s Crisis, A Blind Eye to a Web of Risk”. There are a lot of…
Read More

Has the chicken come home to roost?

I wrote several columns in December last year, With Wall St. as Sideshow, Performance is Best Salary Guide, discussed the extraordinary exit strategies for Wall St. executives whose performance was…
Read More
1 95 96 97 98 99 100

About Me

I am a professional author and speaker as well as a leadership coach facilitating leadership groups among CEOs and senior business leaders in the SF Bay area.

I am the author or more than 125+ newspaper columns published by the SF Bay affiliate of the NY Times among the 550+ articles here. I have also written 3 ebooks about Leadership & Business Finance.


Read more ….

Testimonials

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