July 19, 2012

Congressional Military Sponsorship Ban – Budget Lessons

The narrow defeat by Congressional vote this week of the Kingston-McCollum Amendment could be a useful litmus test for many businesses in how they analyze, prioritize […]
August 11, 2011

Economic Woes Highlight Risks of Leadership Vacuum

Despite many positive economic indicators entering the 2011 earnings season, the sum of various socio-economic benchmarks (highlighted by the major declines across all major market indices […]
September 29, 2010

Financial Regs Exacerbate Small Business Lending Reticence

Any small business that has tried to secure new loans during this “Great Recession”, as many have now taken to calling it, has likely experienced the […]
May 19, 2010

A Break in Your Routine: Overview of Disability Insurance

Insurance has become a critical consideration (and expense) for individuals and business today. With a convergence of factors including but not limited to increased litigation, greater […]
March 11, 2010

Getting Airborne: NASCAR, Speed and Bernoulli’s Principle

Following Round 2 of the “Carl Edwards VS. Brad Keselowski Take Flight” drama, it has been interesting reviewing comments and the questioning of NASCAR’s ability to […]
January 1, 2010

What is Your Home Trading For Today?

Over the centuries, greed and ignorance have proven a powerful combination which has taken down many powerful individuals, institutions and even cultures. During the most recent […]
December 29, 2009

Private Aviation: Vital to Racing & Our Economy

The topic of private aviation is a common high-profile target of criticism during periods of economic strife. Within the aviation industry, the more commonly used term […]