Monthly Archives: April 2012

Will More Drilling Lower Fuel Prices?

On Wednesday, April 25, 2012, The Tulsa World published an op-ed piece headlined “Why more drilling won’t lower fuel prices”.  The piece was written by Rafael Corredoria, an assistant professor of management and organization at the University of Maryland.  It was written … Continue reading

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CEO Pay – How We Got Here – Part2

Several years ago working for a large company I was proposing to hire a manager for an opening I had in my part of the organization.  In a discussion with our VP of Human Relations I was telling him who … Continue reading

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CEO Pay – How We Got Here – Part1

Jekyll Island is one of the Golden Isles off the east coast of Georgia.  In 1886, a group of U.S. “captains of industry” bought the island for $125,000 and established the Jekyll Island Club.  The price sounds cheap today, but was no … Continue reading

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Slanted Accurate News

I get two morning papers, the Wall Street Journal and the local Tulsa World.  I usually look at the headlines on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and then read the Tulsa World.  On Thursday morning March 29th … Continue reading

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