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Edward Snowden’s Impact on Your Supply Chain by Kelly Barner

July 3, 2013


Edward Snowden is the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor that is currently a fugitive from justice. According to a June 23rd article on CNN, “Snowden has revealed himself as the source of documents outlining a massive effort by the U.S. National Security Agency to track cell phone calls and monitor the e-mail and Internet […]

CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors

April 16, 2010


For those of you tuning into today’s guest panel discussion on the investment industry, here is a CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors about products tied to sub-prime mortgages. Does this surprise you? Remember to tune it at 12:30 PM EST as I welcome Larry Winget, Cenk Uygur and by audio […]

Truths People Need To Hear, Dr. Phil about Libby Gill

August 17, 2009


Albert Camus said that we should “live to the point of tears.” Napoleon Hill said “we all come into life with the equivalent of two envelopes: one envelope is marked “Riches” and contains all the material possessions and wealth we could ever desire. The second envelope is marked “Penalties” which contains the penalties we will […]

Upcoming Interview with Acclaimed Author and the “Branding” Force Behind the Launch of the Dr. Phil Show Should Resonate with most Purchasing Professionals

August 12, 2009


On the August 18th segment of the PI Window on Business Show I will be interviewing critically acclaimed author, speaker and entertainment industry veteran Libby Gill regarding her soon to be released book “You Unstuck: Mastering the New Rules of Risk-Taking at Work and in Life.” Recognized as the branding brains behind the launch of […]

CNN drops the ball with $1 million DoD washer purchase story by Jon Hansen

August 20, 2007


Update April 4th, 2014: It is interesting but this story from 2007 has recently seen a spike in reads which leads one to wonder why?  The bigger question of course still remains the same . . . does the media sensationalizing these events help or hurt the investigation and resolution process.  Specifically, does it become […]