Monthly Archives: March 2013

I ain’t retiring, so quit asking

I am now of legal age to take advantage of those wonderful senior citizen discounts at Denny’s.  So this subject is one I am intimately familiar with, as a student of the workplace and as one of the many individuals … Continue reading

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Conditional success

“If we can get two other customers to add 10 million units annually, that will raise our profitability to a level that would make us an attractive acquisition target,” Jeremy explained, as the rest of us listened intently.  Jeremy is … Continue reading

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The reluctant rubber stamp

“Dear Stan, I’m Chairman of the Board of a large private company.  I was recruited for the specific purpose of ensuring that proper governance was applied to the decisions regarding the strategic future of the organization.  There are strong-willed shareholders … Continue reading

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