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Blue Light Special. $

One of my best friends and I were trading texts today about the stock market – and I quipped back to him that it was a “Blue Light Special”. He’s my age, so he knows what that was in reference to.  But, it made me stop and think for a minute that there are a […]

Special Report: Thorium and China’s Growing Nuclear Power (and Why That May Be a Good Thing).


Miles Simpson, one of our contributors and a Graduate Law Student at Georgetown and specialist on China, has submitted an interesting article to us concerning Thorium as a potential source of nuclear power. We only edited Miles’ piece for length. We hope you will find some interesting facts and insights from his piece.   A Breakthrough… […]

How to Recognize an ATM Skimmer. $

One of our objectives with the Executive Intelligence System is to care about the business professional and their personal as well as professional well-being. Once in a while, we run a personal story that we hope can help you out just a little bit.

The Men Who Built America. $

For some reason, I’m just now catching the series on the History Channel called “the Men Who Built America”. You can check out the details on it here if you haven’t seen it: .  It’s actually a fascinating story of capitalism, competition, anti-trust, with a twist of business 101 lessons that many of us […]

The Tourney and Life.

We can take a great lesson from the opening day of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Many of us saw our brackets busted as a few fairly powerful teams were upset. Many analysts will tell you that it was probably a difference in execution. Although some teams have what seem to be superior athletes, they […]

Stuff you Knew…But a Refresher for Us All. $


    This is a business publication, and once in a while it is good to dust off the old Management 101 text and remind all of us of some of the tried-and-true principles that we all need to take into account.

Brain Games and Business $

There is an interesting show on the National Geographic Channel called Brain Games. It takes viewers through a series of different explanations as to why we think the way we do, behave as we do, and things that we can do to improve cognitive abilities. But, I wanted to write a little something about last […]

Is it the Death of the Movie Theater?

Sony building

I was riding to work this morning and our local talk radio station was going over the details of the Sony revenues on “The Interview”.   Only a couple of theaters released it, but the movie still brought in nearly $15 million this past weekend. Some estimates have it through Sunday night posting as much […]

It’s “Optimism Thursday”! $


Seriously, today just seems like there is a ton of great, positive, O.K, and better than normal news (if there are such levels).So, we are going to take a little bit of a different approach and call it “optimism Thursday”.Today’s brief may be a bit shorter, more to the point, a bit on the happy […]

Ferguson: Only 6 Arrested Last Night

Although a lot of our stories have been a little bit pithy today, we won’t joke about the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. We will just acknowledge that conditions in the city were much better last night. The number of protestors were down, the number of arrests were only 6 (down from 40-100 the previous nights). […]

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