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Is the Parrot Really Dead…or Just Resting?

Financial headlines continue to point out the rising amount of consumer debt. It is rising very rapidly, and is at historic highs.    Just a few months ago, the New York Federal Reserve came to the conclusion that the economy was in good enough shape that consumers could afford to pay it off.  712 more words

Consumer Interest

Advice to Political Candidates

If you want to say something unbelievable, do it in print – at least that is the advice from an article titled “The Charm of Print” that appeared in the January/February issue of Ink World magazine. 68 more words

Industry Info

PPO's Become Extinct. HMO's Are Alive and Well

Americans purchasing health insurance plans on the federal government’s exchanges are increasingly discovering their choices of health insurance plans are limited to HMO plans. Recently, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a report that indicates PPO’s are fading on the health care exchanges established by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). 628 more words

Consumer Interest

No Doubt About It: The Burden of the Cost of Healthcare to the Consumer is Growing

The last two blogs I have written have focused on consumer debt (rising) and financial regrets (not saving enough for retirement, no emergency fund, too much college debt, etc.). 686 more words

Consumer Interest

“Regrets, I’ve had a few…”Do You Have Financial Regrets?

“Regrets, I’ve had a few / But then again, too few to mention…”

-Frank Sinatra, “My Way”

A couple weeks back I wrote a blog… 649 more words

Consumer Interest

Video playlist: Aerotropolis videos

GAAM has created a playlist of Aerotropolis videos on our YouTube channel.
The playlist begins with a video showcasing the aerotropolis model of development as conceived by its leading proponent, Dr. 834 more words

Aerotropolis

Poor Leadership Leads to Disaster

“Within the company, there was widespread agreement that customers would always want hard copies of pictures, and key decision makers failed to question this assumption.”

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