In the current political climate in the US, there is a general distrust of all things related to globalization.
On October 5, recently retired Apple CEO and by all accounts mastermind, Steve Jobs passed away after years battling pancreatic cancer. He left a legacy of innovation and prosperity for Apple.
Although the United States Postal Service is a quasi-governmental organization designed to carry out the Constitutional mail delivery mandates, its economics are subject to private sector realities.
Earlier this week Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett publicly reaffirmed his belief that people making over $1,000,000 annually should be taxed at a minimum rate no less than middle-class taxpayers.
With the dust barely settled from Yahoo’s recent CEO upheaval, there are some interesting story lines emerging that will play themselves out publicly in the days and weeks ahead.
Last week Tim Cook, newly installed CEO of Apple and successor to the legendary Steve Jobs, received a pay bump. Actually it was more like a pay rocket boost in minimal gravity.