Tag Archives: Economist Magazine

A Duo no More…

Relax, we aren’t going to talk about the latest “Dark Night” movie or Adam West, as the dynamic duo of interest here doesn’t wear a cape and tights and in fact you can’t even see them.  As the duo here is even stranger as … Continue reading

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Whorfian Hypothesis…

A new discussion in the Economist titled “A debate on language and thought ” caught my attention as a while back I had been waxing in a prior post titled “Multi-Linguistic Thinking” with a focus on my multilingual colleagues ability to call … Continue reading

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Long on Chutzpah, who needs Friends…

A recent review by the Economist of the newly released book “Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World” by William Cohan grabbed my attention as it was titled “Long on chutzpah, short on friends” which sparked … Continue reading

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How Many Leaders Does A Company Need…

Without question we as working stiffs, all know the top dog in any company is the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) as they set the direction the rest of us follow right?  So when we look south of the “big chair” … Continue reading

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