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Carson and Trump: Impervious to Policy

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October 30, 2015

Carson and Trump: Impervious to Policy

In this article originally posted on Forbes.com, I examine the third GOP debate and what makes Donald Trump and Ben […]

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The Obama White House And Doctors Without Borders: Handling Tragedy Amid The Fog Of War

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October 13, 2015

The Obama White House And Doctors Without Borders: Handling Tragedy Amid The Fog Of War

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine President Obama’s apology for the Doctors Without Borders tragedy that was as […]

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The DOJ Targets Individual Executives: Be Prepared

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September 30, 2015

The DOJ Targets Individual Executives: Be Prepared

In this piece posted on Forbes.com, I examine the Department of Justice’s new guidelines that are targeting individual executives. Are […]

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Carly The Trump Killer

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September 19, 2015

Carly The Trump Killer

In this article posted on Forbes.com, I analyze the second GOP debate; the winners, the losers, and more importantly: Carly […]

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Global Uncertainty Will Drive More Activist Activity: Ten Reasons Boards Need to Prepare

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September 15, 2015

Global Uncertainty Will Drive More Activist Activity: Ten Reasons Boards Need to Prepare

If the years since the 2007 financial crisis have taught us anything, it™’s that we are in the midst of […]

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Samsung’s Duel with Elliot: The Activist Challenge Isn’t Over

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August 28, 2015

Samsung’s Duel with Elliot: The Activist Challenge Isn’t Over

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine the challenges Asian companies often face when dealing with Western shareholders. Read the […]

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Trump and Company: For Every Candidate, A Crisis

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August 8, 2015

Trump and Company: For Every Candidate, A Crisis

In this article published on Forbes.com, we examine the obstacles each Republican presidental candidate needs to clear to avoid becoming […]

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Will the American Bar Association Rediscover its Voice?

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July 29, 2015

Will the American Bar Association Rediscover its Voice?

As the American Bar Association (ABA) convenes this week for its annual meeting in Chicago, I’m reminded of a strange […]

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Uber Wins Playing the New Game

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July 24, 2015

Uber Wins Playing the New Game

It™’s being reported today that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has reached a deal with Uber and will […]

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The Confederate Flag Comes Down: Much More Than A Single Awful Tragedy Made It Happen

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July 16, 2015

The Confederate Flag Comes Down: Much More Than A Single Awful Tragedy Made It Happen

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine the complex swirl of historical forces that took down the Confederate flag in […]

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Greece, Puerto Rico May Lead to Greater Scrutiny of Emerging Markets

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July 9, 2015

Greece, Puerto Rico May Lead to Greater Scrutiny of Emerging Markets

By now, most financial analysts agree that the global ripple effect of debt problems in Greece and Puerto Rico will […]

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MAD MAX: A MOVIE OR A WARNING?

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July 8, 2015

MAD MAX: A MOVIE OR A WARNING?

In this article published on LEVICKEnergy.com, I explore the world’s water infrastructure and what lies ahead if the present problems are […]