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Luck or Skill? There’s an ancient question in the investment markets, which is affecting the marketplace in a variety of ways: is an active manager’s investment performance the result of luck or skill? The layperson’s answer would be obvious: anybody who has expertise and works hard at something should, eventually, produce results superior to what […]

Danella Hicks, the founder and Executive Director of All THAT (a youth-mentoring nonprofit) shows her compassion in our office interview with her Friday morning. A Detroit native, Danella served in the U.S. Army for 4 years and gained a CPA certification (Certified Public Accountant) before founding All THAT in late winter of 2009. Raising eleven [...]
The Human Service Chamber of Franklin County is an organization that is dedicated to helping other nonprofits prosper in Central Ohio. Michael Corey, the recent Executive Director is radiating philanthropy and dedication in this interview with our senior advisor, Tony Jones. Starting out, Michael graduated from Ohio State's Moritz College of Law and is the [...]

Skyrocketing Student Loans- While some are worried about the rapidly growing U.S. national debt, others are looking at a different debt bomb that is slowly ticking in American households. Debt by Americans age 19 to 29 years old exceeded an astonishing $1 trillion at the end of last year, the highest exposure for the group […]

Chances are, you already know it’s expensive to raise a family in this day and age. But exactly how much over the 20 years until your kids reach the age of maturity? A recent analysis by the EverQuote organization estimated various costs for two parents plus a son and daughter for normal costs like housing, […]

Virgin Group founder and self-made billionaire Richard Branson dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start Student Magazine, and later founded Virgin Records—and a few other businesses along the way. Over time and various blog posts, he has recorded some thoughts on how to be successful in business and in life, apparently […]

Rich or Comfortable? What would you have to make to be a one-percenter—that is, to have an income in the upper one percent of the population—in the U.S., Singapore, China, Brazil, England or Australia?   The answer, of course, differs in every country. At the bottom of the scale, someone earning $81,000 a year in […]

A full month into a historic government shutdown. A full month into a historic government shutdown, after 800,000 government workers have missed their second paycheck, two things are clear:   1) Economists and political pundits had no expectation that the impasse would past this long. 2) The impact on the U.S. economy cannot be calculated with […]

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