Monthly Archive:: January 2012

FDA paranoia – who knew?

In its rigorous search for food & drug safety, the FDA added searching through the personal emails of agency employees who questioned FDA decisions. That would be an oops – for both sides of that story. Here’s the lowdown: on Sunday (Jan. 29, 2012) the Washington Post reported that the FDA was being sued by [&hellip

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It’s the education, stupid …

The headline on this post is inspired by both the 1992 Clinton campaign meme, and by my personal belief – shared by many – that education in the U.S. is in trouble, and will sink us if we don’t act decisively and quickly to change a broken system. The infographic tells the story. You can [&hellip

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Does voting still matter in the wake of Citizens United?

It’s [still] the silly season – which seems like it’s been going on forever, even though it’s only been a little over a YEAR now – and the field of Republicans jockeying for the chance to run against Barack Obama in November is shrinking by the day. Off the list are Tim Pawlenty, Gary Johnson, [&hellip

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Got succession planning?

If you’re over 55, you’ve been getting junk mail for at least a few years advising you to think ahead about what will happen when you’re gone. Plain-speaking version: after you’re dead. That’s a topic that every business owner, and business leader, needs to examine closely, too. What will happen when you’re gone? When you [&hellip

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