As an entrepreneur you get used to the fact that everybody in your company eventually looks at you for solutions to problems. You are their beacon with the magic stick. 481 more words
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Date: August 30, 2015
Location: Honolulu, HI
Today I went for a long(-ish) bike ride. I had to say sorry to someone.
I could probably tell if you are a driver with little to no cycling experience or a frequent cyclist (commuter and weekend warrior, alike) simply by your reaction to the second sentence above. 867 more words
An estimate by John B. Henry in the Metropolitan Corporate Counsel (February 2008, p. 28) suggests that the annual direct litigation cost of Fortune 500 companies was a whopping $210 billion in 2006, i.e., about one-third of their after-tax profits that year. 623 more words