Monthly Archives: January 2012

Why We Don’t Build iPhones Here

The New York Times ran a story this morning about how high-tech manufacturing has largely┬ábecome an Asian industry, using Apple as an example: Not long ago, Apple boasted that its products were made in America. Today, few are. Almost all … Continue reading

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Private Equity Compensation

I have always been of the opinion that, as strange and ridiculous as the finance industry often proves itself to be, a complex financial system is a necessity for a modern economy. There are just too many massive projects requiring … Continue reading

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Catching Up With ‘Idol,’ 10 Years Later

Oh, where have the years gone? Has it really been a full decade since American Idol first graced us with a 20-year old Kelly Clarkson, almost shockingly confident in her initial audition?– (Uh, is it just me or does it … Continue reading

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