Monthly Archive: April, 2015

Five Strategies to Profit From Your Competitors

If you think your competitors are your enemies, think again. Here are five strategies to leverage your competitors to help you grow your business. 1. Joint venture with your competitor: Yes I am… Continue reading

On Indiana’s RFRA, Discrimination and Sex

A few thoughts keep rolling around in my mind as I listen to updates regarding the passage of SB101 in Indiana last week. They tend to circulate like this: 1) What kind of… Continue reading

U.S. House Committee Subpoenas Two Secret Service Agents Over Security Incident

WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) – A House of Representatives committee subpoenaed two U.S. Secret Service agents on Tuesday after an incident this month when agents allegedly drove a car past White House barricades… Continue reading

Chuck Schumer And Dick Durbin Spar Over Whip Position

A feud between Sens. Dick Durbin and Chuck Schumer escalated further on Tuesday, with spokesmen for the two Democratic leaders offering sharply different on-the-record accounts of whether the two men reached a power-sharing… Continue reading

Teen Found In Suitcase Died From Drug Overdose, Colorado Coroner Says

By Daniel Wallis DENVER, March 31 (Reuters) – A teenage Colorado girl whose remains were found dumped in a suitcase in a remote park area last month died from a drug overdose, the… Continue reading

Dog Flu: Canine Influenza

Approximately three weeks ago, my Chicago practice experienced a tremendous rise in the number of dogs experiencing respiratory diseases. Initially many of these dogs were energetic with deep, harsh coughs without a fever.… Continue reading

Governor Mike Pence Is an Abomination

The situation in Indiana is upsetting for a lot of reasons. First among them is the overt discrimination against LGBT individuals the so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act, as currently written, will protect under… Continue reading

UConn Coach Ollie Won’t Travel To Final Four Because Of Indiana Law

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — UConn men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie will not be traveling to the Final Four this week, abiding by a travel ban ordered by Connecticut’s governor because of Indiana’s new… Continue reading

CSR Programs Are Not The Answer

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs are becoming increasingly popular in corporate America. There is no doubt that most make positive contributions to society and in some cases, make the sponsoring corporations more profitable.… Continue reading

Secret, Unlimited Donations Could Boost Jeb Bush White House Run

Jeb Bush has given his tacit endorsement to a new group that can collect unlimited amounts of money in secret, part of a bold effort by his advisers to create a robust external… Continue reading