It is said that every year only three to four percent of the total population on earth are courageous enough to start on their own. Out of that, I think only one percent successfully establish their business while the rest join the ever growing list of failed entrepreneurs.
If you’re like me, you love giving—or getting!—books during the holidays. A great read is a perfect gift: thoughtful and easy to wrap (with no batteries or assembly required). Plus, I think everyone could use a few more books in their lives. I usually don’t consider whether something would make a good present when I’m […]
Time passes and it heals, or at least it bandages up. Wall Street’s banks are raking billions once more, the global economy is sputtering back to life and the chances of wresting control of our destinies from unfettered finance recede with each incremental improvement. Andrew Ross Sorkin wants Too Big To Fail to be a […]
When I was an assistant professor at the University of Chicago Law School in the early ’90s, I tried to explain to a prominent senior colleague why I had not yet managed to write one of the 10 or so articles required to get tenure in three years. He listened to me, then said, “Journals […]
Business development is no mean task and without getting acquainted with the fundamentals of starting and managing a business, it could well be a disaster. It is true that the approach and strategy would vary based on industry, business environment, and a thousand other factors, however, there still are some underlying concepts which can and […]