Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Amazing Age of the Outraged Leader Who Knew Nothing

Jon Corzine, the former chairman and CEO of the collapsed MF Global Holdings, is in court battling with the Commodities Futures Trading Commission over liability as the person in charge when the brokerage firm hijacked customers’ account to support its … Continue reading

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“Tie your flag onto your belt.” Advice from a flag football coach to his young charges.

That strategy does cut down on the other team’s ability to pull that flag off. What does the young player tell the coach? Perhaps, more relevantly, what does the parent of the young player tell the coach? Especially if the … Continue reading

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Former New York Speaker Sheldon Silver Convicted on Corruption Charges

Mr. Silver faces up to 20 years in prison. However, a few classic lines indicate that New York’s reforms will take more than one measly conviction of the state’s most powerful political figure for the last 20 years. Mr. Silver’s … Continue reading

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