Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
December 2014
Injured Piggy Bank WIth Crutches
 

The end of every year spawns a good amount of reflection on our actions, for better or for worse, that impacted our personal lives and finances over the last 12 months. And sometimes we find ourselves cringing at our misconduct,

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Back in 2007 when Ford Sync was first introduced, it was groundbreaking technology. This was the first largely software-based infotainment system that could be updated easily while letting owners add additional purchased features. In addition, this was the first system

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Nine official adaptations, three moving romances, two historical dramas, and one horrifying storybook are among some of the films on HuffPost Entertainment’s list of 2014′s best movies. In a year where 17 of the 20 highest-grossing films hail from franchises or adaptations,

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One of the companies I take a look at in my new eBook for Forbes is Drybar, the blow-dry-and-style “non-salon” (no cuts, no color) phenomenon that’s transformed the haircare landscape with amazing rapidity. When I first came across Drybar in

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Even as the stock market soars to record highs, federal regulators are announcing new, cheaper ways for cash-strapped borrowers to buy a home. With the catastrophic housing crash of the last decade still glaring through the rear view mirror, the

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Amazon’s new, fifth-generation monochrome device may not have the flash of its high-tone Kindle Fire HD cousins, but don’t overlook this new version of the basic e-reader. SANTA MONICA, Calif. – I’ve only had a hands-on demonstration of the new

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I was reminded of that principle the other day when I was preparing to teach an introduction to microeconomics class and was looking at data on what has happened to entrepreneurial activity in the United States since the Great Recession.

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