Jeff Jarvis blogs about media and news at Buzzmachine.com (http://Buzzmachine.com). He is associate professor and director of the interactive journalism program at the City University of New York’s new Graduate School of Journalism (http://journalism.cuny.edu/). He is consulting editor of Daylife, a news startup. He writes a new media column for The Guardian. He consults for media companies. Until 2005, he was president and creative director of Advance.net, the online arm of Advance Publications. Prior to that, Jarvis was creator and founding editor of Entertainment Weekly; Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News; TV critic for TV Guide and People; a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner; assistant city editor and reporter for the Chicago Tribune; reporter for Chicago Today. He says he is at work on a book.
I'm a Business Physician: I help startup, grow and heal (turn around) business under the banner "The Business Builder's Help Desk™" = http://thebusinessbuildershelpdesk.com/
From the outset of my "career" which effectively started well before graduating by being involved in, starting and/or running a succession of entrepreneurial ventures beginning with the family business and on through HS businesses and throughout my career, I have been passionate about building business from initial ideas to fully operational enterprise.Have been having a great deal of fun, reward and satisfaction doing this.
After completing my last major project in Wales (UK) ~ building a Polyethylene Foam production plant from a Green-Field (bare) site to a fully operational business ~ and following upon being Operations Manager of a UK subsidiary of a NY based, VC funded, business making esoteric and custom Linear Accelerators for a wide variety of physics research, commercial and medical applications, I was transferred by the US parent to start a new business division in the US based upon an idea that I had floated to the board and VCs. Resulted in very profitable sale of that company and good exit for founders and VC.
Subsequently, over the past 30+ years here and having for a while now been a US Citizen, I have been instrumental in turning around and developing a succession of other businesses here in the US, examples of which can be seen at the above referenced web site.
MISSI was started in 1991 as a vehicle for providing management and Information Technology consulting services to private and SMB business to help grow the equity value of our client businesses. We use data to evaluate what is working and what is not to develop strategies and ideas leading to new pathway options that would lead to revitalizing business and growing equity ~ making them more attractive to potential buyers and more valuable to owners ~ while requiring minimal new capital, equipment or staffing to accomplish new goals.
"The Business Builder's Help Desk™" has grown from the original focus of using and creating business data and software solutions to now providing a broad scope of resources to clients in answering business development questions by connecting those businesses needing additional resources with those businesses having excess capacity and seeking to provide those resources.
Harold L. Vogel, Ph.D., CFA, is CEO of Vogel Capital Management in New York City and former Adjunct Professor of Finance and Economics, Columbia University Graduate School of Business. He is author of Financial Market Bubbles and Crashes, 2nd ed (2017), Entertainment Industry Economics, (9th ed. 2015), and Travel Industry Economics, (3nd ed. (2016). Articles include "An Analytical Review of Volatility Metrics for Bubbles and Crashes (with R. Werner), International Review of Financial Analysis, March 2015.
I work in Seeking Alpha's New York office. Prior to this, I worked at Warner Bros. in Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures, Warner Bros. nonscripted arm, in Development. I graduated from Indiana University with degrees in English from the College of Arts and Sciences and in Management from the Kelley School of Business.
Wildhawk spent seven years as a financial planner, product trainer, and investment consultant with several regional and national financial services firms. A lifelong resident of Chicago metro until 2005, he currently works in the Twin Cities as a compensation consultant.
The views and opinions expressed here are his personal views and do not necessarily represent the opinions of his employer.
Bought my first stock at age 14 (parents wanted to know what I wanted for Christmas, asked for stock in local utility company, because it had a higher dividend than the bank savings account I had). Became a stock broker in 1972. Worked as portfolio manager for some of the larger brokerage firms until 1990. Started my own trading firm in 1990, had seat on Midwest Stock Exchange (now Chicago Stock Exchange). Still manage portfolios and day trade.
Rick Konrad has been an equity portfolio manager for over 35 years. At present, he provides strategic management consulting to both institutional buy and sell side firms. His greatest joy outside of his family is education, in particular, training young people to become better research analysts, portfolio managers, and financial planners.
I own a german motorcyle in the midst of the hallowed American motorcycle birthing place. I prefer good beer to American packaged goods (also born here). Does that make me unAmerican? MAybe just a contrarian.
Systems Analyst for a medium-sized, midwest healthcare system. Recovering moderate Republican.
Small time dabler in real estate investment.
Robert Heath is a private investor with a focus on fundamental research and fact-based analysis. He believes that markets are mostly efficient and they equilibrate with a small, but necessary level of inefficiency which allow excess risk-adjusted returns to accrue to superior research.
Dave Burwell is a Senior Associate with The Howard Group, providing Corporate Communication and Capital Market services for micro & small-cap companies.
Established in 1988, The Howard Group is a Corporate Communication and Capital Markets firm. We look at a lot of micro and small-cap companies but choose to align ourselves with a select few. Our focus is on the long-term as building a business and building a public market following is not a quick process. Our services are tailored to each company we represent as we do not abide by the theory that one size fits all.