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Warren Buffett, Former Has-Been - Kevin Salwen - 0 comments
Let's roll the Way-Back Machine to 2001, those many many yea...
Inspiring Days - Kevin Salwen - 0 comments
Need inspiration? Surround yourself with inspiring people. T...
Naming Rights and Wrongs - Kevin Salwen - 9 comments
Mrs. Salwen has never been Mrs. Salwen -- at work at least. ...
Backdating Rewards Mediocrity - David Batstone - 1 comments
A gorgeous woman slinks up to a CEO at a party and through m...
New Old-Fashioned Swap - Kate Yandoh - 1 comments
You know all those books, DVDs, and CDs you're hoarding beca...
More Podcast Surprises - Kate Yandoh - 1 comments
Kevin's latest podcast brought what was most likely supris...

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Tuesday, October 24, 2006 9:00 AM
Warren Buffett, Former Has-Been
Kevin Salwen on Money

Let's roll the Way-Back Machine to 2001, those many many years ago, when tech was king and the rest of us were stupid. Especially that Buffett guy. What a doofus -- still investing in brick and mortar, still buying traditional businesses, and of course badly trailing the technology-stock fueled market indexes. The Oracle of Omaha was showing the world how out of step he was, still investing his B...


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Monday, October 23, 2006 12:00 AM
Inspiring Days
Kevin Salwen on Values

Need inspiration? Surround yourself with inspiring people. That sounds easy today because I spent a chunk of the day at the Bioneers conference. If you don't know Bioneers, it's a conference about making change in the world; at 18 locations around the U.S., action-oriented people gather to talk, plan and share. It was my luck this weekend to host a panel about social responsibility -- or, how to ...


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Thursday, October 19, 2006 9:10 AM
Naming Rights and Wrongs
Kevin Salwen on Culture

Mrs. Salwen has never been Mrs. Salwen -- at work at least. Let me explain. Ever since we've been married, my wife has remained Joan King in her career, first as a consultant, now as a teacher. She's Ms. King to her students. (In social settings, she uses her married name.) There were two reasons for this: (1) Salwen always requires spelling while King is King, and (2) she had a professional histo...


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Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:00 AM
Backdating Rewards Mediocrity
David Batstone on Business

A gorgeous woman slinks up to a CEO at a party and through moist lips purrs, "I'll do anything - anything - you want. Just tell me what you would like." With no hesitation, he replies, "Backdate my options." So goes a new rendition of the jocular tale that Warren Buffett used in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway Investors a few years ago. In a fit of blatant pandering, boards have acted...


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Tuesday, October 17, 2006 3:00 PM
New Old-Fashioned Swap
Kate Yandoh on Culture

You know all those books, DVDs, and CDs you're hoarding because, although you don't really want to revisit them, just tossing them just seems wrong?  Wouldn't it make you feel better knowing that your cultural content will be going a good home (perhaps it will even have a fenced yard with room to run)?  And that you'll get new stuff without having to buy it?   This article in yesterday's New Yor...


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Monday, October 16, 2006 1:00 PM
More Podcast Surprises
Kate Yandoh on Almost Famous

Kevin's latest podcast brought what was most likely suprising news to our readers and listeners. One of the other cool changes is enhanced podcasting capabilities, which I'll be using to bring you a series of mini-interviews with people who are living the Motto of purpose, passion, and profit. Many of these conversations are packed with suprises also. I never thought a flute player could get ...


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