What You Can Learn from Sly Stone’s Mistakes

Getting ripped off by your manager is a fundamental and shameful part of Rock ‘n’ Roll history for many musicians. Add Sly Stone to the list. Beginning in 1976, he started signing his rights away to people he trusted. A jury has just decided that several of those trusted…

Lampert Agrees to Lend Sears $400 Million

Sears gets fresh influx of cash World class douchebag, Eddie Lampert, bought Sears and promptly turned it into a fantasy of business without a human touch. Managers are pitted against managers in a race for Lampert’s budget and affection. Sales floor staff is slashed. The company¬†invests the least amount…

The Entrepreneurship Series, Part IV

Righteous Rotation and the Rule of “Fours” The Righteous Rotation follows the creation and patronage of locally owned and operated businesses. When a small business prospers, its owners and workers prosper along with the surrounding community. This leads to more prosperity for the small business, and on and on….