Archive for January, 2009

Obama and the Economy

Former San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Bruce Bigelow recently invited me to become a contributor to the Xconomy.com website, which was established a few months ago by Bruce and some others. I have agreed to author a series of essays that will appear on the Xconomy website from time to time. My first essay is Obama’s […]

We’re all anxiously awaiting the presidential inauguration ceremony, and we’ll be viewing it via the usual media. Hopefully Obama’s off to a running start and will be successful in straightening out the financial mess that mostly Wall Street created for us. My feeling is that if that gets straightened out, then other things will follow. […]

Last week David Finegold — Dean of the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations — visited to interview Mary Ann and me separately on our expectations for a study on employee ownership we recently funded. The study starts soon, and we expect results within the next few months. I hope to attend an upcoming […]

The last couple of weeks have been very eventful. Not only does this represent an especially busy time of the year for most of us socially, but it’s the end of the year and a great many transitions are taking place, not the least of which is the change of the administration. I will comment […]


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