Archive for October, 2008

The Challenge for the 44th – Resources

October 24th, 2008 | post a comment

Whoever becomes the next president, he’ll be facing an economic crisis more threatening than any other since the Great Depression. Plus, he’ll inherit two wars, a degrading infrastructure and a declining global image. So this week we’ll try to find out what kind of leadership qualities and techniques are needed and what sort of policy […]

The Challenge for the 44th

October 24th, 2008 | post a comment

Whoever becomes the next president, he’ll be facing an economic crisis more threatening than any other since the Great Depression.  Plus, he’ll inherit two wars, a degrading infrastructure and a declining global image.  So this week we’ll try to find out what kind of leadership qualities and techniques are needed and what sort of policy […]

What happened to make things seem so bad?

October 22nd, 2008 | post a comment

Some continuing comment on the state of the financial markets around the world. For the most part, the markets haveoperated in a fairly orderly manner for most of our lifetimes. There is a small group of business leaders in conjunction with government policy makers who have kept the current system in place. Those that have […]

The Real Truth Behind the Bailout

October 17th, 2008 | 1 comment

After the Treasury Department’s proposal for $700 billion to buy up the distressed assets in the financial system was approved by Congress, the markets continued their historic free-fall. Find out why this solution was the only one considered in Washington, as we explore the root causes of the crisis as well as innovative new solutions. […]

The Real Truth Behind the Bailout – Resources

October 17th, 2008 | post a comment

After the Treasury Department’s proposal for $700 billion to buy up the distressed assets in the financial system was approved by Congress, the markets continued their historic free-fall. Find out why this solution was the only one considered in Washington, as we explore the root causes of the crisis as well as innovative new solutions. […]

Water – The 21st Century’s “Blue Gold”

October 10th, 2008 | post a comment

For the first time in nearly a hundred years, our water resources, both at home and abroad, are up for grabs. Many are suggesting the demand for water resources is becoming the 21st Century’s quest for fossil fuels. We’ll discuss not only the quality of our drinking water, but who owns it and what they […]

Water Resources

October 10th, 2008 | post a comment

For the first time in nearly a hundred years, our water resources, both at home and abroad, are up for grabs. Many are suggesting the demand for water resources is becoming the 21st Century’s quest for fossil fuels. We’ll discuss not only the quality of our drinking water, but who owns it and what they […]

Small Business Resources

October 3rd, 2008 | post a comment

Small Businesses make up over half of the economic output of the United States.  Today we’ll ask: How do you start them? What makes them successful? What does it take to stay competitive?  We’ll start by meeting the winner of an award for being “Best Small Company to Work for in America.” Then, we’ll meet […]

Small Business – Making it Work with Less

October 3rd, 2008 | post a comment

Small businesses make up over half of the economic output of the United States.  Today we’ll ask: How do you start them? What makes them successful? What does it take to stay competitive?  We’ll start by meeting the winner of an award for being “Best Small Company to Work for in America.” Then, we’ll meet […]

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