Business

If there’s anyone out there who hasn’t heard of Michael Wolff before last week, they’ve certainly heard of him now. Wolff is the author of the controversial new tell-all, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

I’m not going to comment on the … Read More

Dishonesty Always Costs

Volkswagen Executive Oliver Schmidt just found out the cost of his dishonesty: 7 years in prison.

“Schmidt, a citizen of Germany,” The New York Times writes (Dec. 6), “is the highest-ranking Volkswagen employee to be convicted in [a scheme to defraud U.S. consumers and regulators … Read More

How Do You Spell Excess?

In an age of gilded toilets and mink-covered walls, even I was surprised by this story.

On the front page of the Business section of The New York Times (Nov. 4), journalist James B. Stewart writes about a story originally reported by The Wall Street … Read More

During the month of August, comfortably ensconced in my “cone of silence,” I spent most of the time reading a variety of books. While all of them speak to various ethical values, many of the authors were simply good storytellers.

After listening to an interview … Read More

“I’m choosing this as a battle. On this I will stand. I will win, or I will die, I’m not backing down. I’m never giving up. I love this.” – Alex Jones, InfoWars

Courtesy Dan Piraro, Bizarro.com

Well, for Jones, the battle not only didn’t … Read More

“[The] wheels of justice grind slow but grind fine.” — Sun Tzu

The board of directors of banking giant Wells Fargo announced “…that it would claw back an additional $75 million in compensation from the two executives on whom it pinned most of the blame … Read More

Lessons from the United Incident

Thanks to social media, millions have viewed the dramatic video of Dr. David Dao being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight in order to make room for a United employee who was scheduled to work a flight at a connecting airport. (It’s interesting to … Read More