Monthly Archives: October 2010

How the US workforce responds to the new imperative for heavy training

Bill Clinton in his presidency discussed his role in terms of assisting americans transition from doing respected blue-collar manufacturing labor, to doing service-oriented jobs. For a democrat with duties to labor, this was a particularly tough sell. Folks with generational … Continue reading

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What will they do with all that cash?

Tom Keane’s interview of Alan Greenspan yesterday on Bloomberg really surprised me, when Greenspan stated that companies ratio of cash to debt is currently higher than at any time since statistics have been kept in the 20th century. In my … Continue reading

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