Archive for October, 2010
I have been following the upcoming mid-term elections with great interest. To be honest, I’m not particularly impressed with any of the stories that are being told. I’m sure that the people on the tickets are generally good people, but the stories that both the Republicans and Democrats are telling don’t sound that different to [...]
I am pleased to report that Solutions is back on the water, and I am again enjoying our trips on San Diego Bay. It took the concerted efforts of a repair team from the Hinckley factory in Maine to track down and fix the problem. I am hoping that the clouds and rain that we’ve [...]
I was pleased to see that the Center for Business Education at the Aspen Institute recently announced the winners of the 2010 Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership Dissertation Proposal Awards. This year’s winners are Karen Bernhardt-Walther, a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Chicago Booth School and Natasha van der Zwan, a doctoral [...]
On Sunday, September 19th, I left San Diego for a trip to the Washington D.C. area and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Joining me were my wife Betty, daughter Mary Ann, assistant Ralph, and caregiver Chris. We flew to Dulles Airport, then headed to the Ritz Carlton in McLean, where we stayed through Wednesday the 22nd.
We had [...]