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Harsh Realities, Interesting Trends, and Hope Remains During a Job Search.

After years of an environment where “everyone who wants a job has one” and “employers cannot find enough talent,” COVID-19 has called both…Continue reading on Terence Channon »

When it Came to the PPP, The Big Banks Were Too Big Not To Fail.

Be careful what you wish for because you might get it.Continue reading on Terence Channon »

The World Will Not be a Dark and Fundamentally Altered Place After This is Over.

Every day, I read a new article and perspective on how the world will permanently change due to the COVID-19 crisis. And, the themes of…Continue reading on Terence Channon »

The COVID-19 Economic Fall Out was Preventable and Reasons for Optimism in a Post-Coronavirus World

One of the oldest rules in the book is to ‘save for a rainy day.’ And many firms in this country did not do just that. And when things…Continue reading on Terence Channon »

A Few Boring & Not So Obvious Trends That May Help You Find Some Stock Market Winners Post COVID-19

Many years ago, when I was home from college one summer, my dad asked me if I wanted to take a trip to a new store with him. I said, sure. We went into the store, and it was...

Creative & Appropriate Ways to Use the Payroll Protection Program (PPP)

The $349 billion (and perhaps more) Payroll Protection Program (PPP) to help out small businesses rolled out on April 3 after just a few…Continue reading on Terence Channon »

What I Am Reading Now

The Prosperity Paradox of Poverty.

Poverty is arguably mankind's most intractable problem.

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? (And How to Fix It)

Women generally outperform men as leaders, research shows. So how come there aren't more of them? One reason is our association...

The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty.

Poverty is arguably mankind's most intractable problem. Christensen, a Harvard professor and originator of the concept of disruptive innovation, here argues...