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Jack Welch: Washington’s Emperor Has No Clothes

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 10th, 2012 10:03 AM |

Love him or hate him, Jack Welch did America a real public service last Friday. With his tweet minutes after the release of the seemingly incredulous employment report, Welch embraced a virtue long ago appreciated but now too easily dismissed, especially by those within the media.

What virtue is this?

QUESTION AUTHORITY!!

Some may think Welch was more making a statement rather than posing a question. I would view that as a matter of semantics.  (more…)

Do You Trust Uncle Sam?

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 20th, 2012 9:01 AM |

Don’t believe anything that you read or hear and only half of what you see… 

Almost from the outset of launching my blog back in early 2009, I coined the phrase the Uncle Sam economy to describe the massive presence and ultimate takeover of so many parts of our economy by the old man. I cautioned people that Uncle Sam was not a good business partner.

What makes a good business partner?  Anybody involved in business knows there will be many times when you disagree with your partners. Disagreeing with partners will not kill a business relationship. What will kill a relationship? A lack of trust.

Given that we are all in business with Uncle Sam whether we like it or not, I ask, “Do you trust Uncle Sam?” (more…)






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