Monthly Archives - October 2009

In Praise of a More Evolved Form of Capitalism

If you read enough articles these days about the economic meltdown, and What Comes After, you get the sense, I think, that we are in the crucible of [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: October 26, 2009

Betting Against America?

In an article in the October 26th issue of Newsweek Barton Biggs, a hedge fund partner and market optimist opines that, despite a 55% run-up in stocks since [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: October 26, 2009

Don’t Take It Personally… and It’s All Personal

At the height (depth?) of the Wall Street meltdown last September, a very high-ranking Treasury official was trying to persuade a high profile Investment Banker to do a [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: October 14, 2009

Integrity

Capt. C. B. “Sully” Sullenberger, the pilot whose quick thinking helped safely land 150 or so passengers in the Hudson River earlier this year, was recently asked by [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: October 12, 2009

It’s Hard Out There for a Blog

Mea Culpa. Just yesterday a friend sends me kudos about ‘keeping up on your blog’ when, in fact, I have been woefully remiss.  Some days, travel and the straight [...]


Posted By Comments: 0 0Post Date: October 7, 2009