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The Fiscal Cliff & The Economy

The Fiscal Cliff & The Economy
  I feel compelled to start this blog with the plea, "Please, don't shoot the messenger". I am not the Grinch, nor do I plan on stealing Christmas, but America may be looking more and more like Whoville without any Roast Beast, Who-hash or presents under the tree should our deficit continue to grow. Putting one's political convictions aside, we… read more →

GOING BACK TO SCHOOL

GOING BACK TO SCHOOL
After a 20-year hiatus from the classroom, I recently had the opportunity to reconnect with my most influential professor from graduate school, Dr. Allen Michel. Dr. Michel, an internationally recognized expert on mergers & acquisition related matters and a professor at Boston University Graduate School of Management, asked me to speak to his graduate students on "what leads to a… read more →

Defending the Castle

Defending the Castle
"In business, I look for economic castles protected by unbreachable 'moats'." -Warren Buffett   Warren Buffett has long preached investing in businesses one understood, not only in terms of what the business does but also in terms of the predictability of the long term economics of the industry. Accordingly, in assessing the width of the "moat" he speaks to enduring… read more →

M&A’s Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum

M&A’s Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum
A few weeks ago, I read a very interesting and informative blog on leveraging a company's digital footprint post-acquisition and felt our readers might find it useful as well... The following post was written by Brad Miller on August 2, 2012 and republished with permission (M&A's Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum) Merging two businesses is an… read more →

Thoughts on Housing

Thoughts on Housing
Beginning in 2008, we have been painfully reminded how important a healthy housing market is to our GDP. As a point of reference, new housing starts plummeted a whopping 77% from a peak of 2.5 million new units in 2005 to a paltry 583,000 units in 2009. New housing starts in 2010 (605,000 units) and 2011 (624,000) are only slightly improved… read more →
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