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Monthly Archives: August 2011
When I penned the song Central Bankers Dilemma in the summer of 2008, I was writing about the dilemma a central banker faces during a period of stagflation. When a central banker raises interest rates he constrains growth and when … Continue reading
“Any business where you can sell a product and make money without having to worry how the product performs is going to attract sleazy people.” – Sy Jacobs in The Big Short
Vanity Fair has a great feature about Groupon and its CEO, Andrew Mason, in its current issue. I wrote about Groupon earlier, and this article delves deeper into some of the issues the company has faced managing the transition from … Continue reading