Strategic Uncertainty of US Export Strategy

By Zachary Alexander on

Yesterday, residents of Georgia found out that President Barack Obama wasn’t asking Congress for all of the money needed to fund the Savannah port project. And most deepening proponents were hugely disappointed. For those tasked with supporting sustainability, you have to consider whether shipping services and export in general will continue to be the economic …

Unintended Consequences of Income Inequality

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Edmund Phelps attributes America’s competitive decline and subsequent income inequality to a lack of innovation. Mr. Phelps goes on to cite Robert Gordon’s article in the Wall Street as further evidence. For those tasked with supporting sustainability, you may want to consider how much amateurs contribute to American innovation and the downward pressure income inequality …

Shifting focus from Top Tax Rates to Strategic Networks

By Zachary Alexander on

If you and your peers have watched any cable news or the Sunday Talk shows, then you have most likely been inundated by discussions about the pros and cons of shifting the tax rates on America’s highest incomes. Those on the right say raising it will kill jobs and those on the left say not …

Why Strategic Networks are best for helping Startups

By Zachary Alexander on

Here’s a heads up, December is prime business development time for those tasked with supporting sustainability. Also, be advised that a lot of very serious people will want to talk about the difference between accelerators and incubators. As you know, both accelerators and incubators are both programs that help startups succeed. However, you may want …