Every four years our country elects a new president. Then, after a few months of relative silence, the process begins again. It feels like there is always some angle to cover whether it’s an election year or not. And the rhetoric gets worse and worse every cycle. If you're still enjoying the soap opera between the politicians, give it a few days, and no matter who you want to win, you'll be going crazy. Other than complain about the non-stop campaigning, what can you do?
Much of the rhetoric we’re hearing in the media today talks about the huge gap between rich and poor. Politicians of all parties discuss this issue, but none get to the root of the problem. It’s true that the gap between the richest 10 percent of the country and the remaining 90 percent is growing, but from that point on, most politicians get it wrong. The gap is increasing because all sides are making more money. Yes, the top 1% are getting richer, but that also means the e
GM once threatened to shut down Saab as the deal to sell the brand to a Dutch car-maker languished. I'll leave it to others to debate whether this is a smart negotiating technique. In the meantime, I'd like to address a more personal issue: I used to own a SAAB and was very happy with it over many years. One day, I received a letter from my local dealer. As I opened it, I guessed that it would tell me to keep the faith in the Saab dealer's service department in spite of the p