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Jack Markowitz Columns

Caveats mar film that celebrates America’s success

By Jack Markowitz
It’s hard to stand up and cheer an economic system that’s merely “not as bad” as its critics say. This is what moviemaker Dinesh D’Souza wants us to do by way of his brave documentary, “America: Imagine the World Without …

John Browne Columns

John Browne: Yellen follows in Greenspan’s footsteps

By John Browne
In what many felt was a generally dry speech, then-Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan spoke to the American Enterprise Institute in 1996 about the inverse relationship exhibited by price/earnings ratios and the rate of inflation in the past. “But how …

Chris Posti Columns

Retirement in phases an option

By Chris Posti
I won’t say which one, but I just had a birthday roll around, and as a member of the baby boomer generation (born between 1946 and 1964), I am noticing that a lot of us are not following the traditional …

John Dorfman Columns

Analyst darlings get no love

By John Dorfman
Wall Street analysts love American Tower REIT Inc. I do not share their enthusiasm. The same goes for American Water Works Co., ServiceNow Inc., Envision Healthcare Holdings Inc. and Gray Television Inc. These companies are doing well. But I feel …

Kim Komando Columns

3 ways to dig up dirt on people

By Kim Komando
We all do it. You meet someone casually or professionally. After the exchange of pleasantries, you are compelled to bring out your inner Sherlock Holmes. Hopping online, you are ready to validate or discredit this person. The problem is you …

Andrea Kay Columns

Kay: It’s never too late to find your voice

By Andrea Kay
Editor’s note: This is Andrea Kay’s last column. I had an audacious idea in 1987. Out of all the billions of people on planet Earth, I decided that I would be the one to have my very own newspaper column …