Cool. And more jobs will be created…certainly.


One of my core beliefs is that if you are in business, it is always about the customer. You need to know your customer and you figure out ways to make them happy. Make them happy and they will spend money (or attention) and everything else – fame and fortune to be precise – will follow. It is a simple business maxim that has worked for centuries. I was reminded of that when I read Greg Smith’s confession about why he was leaving Goldman Sachs in the New York Times

It might sound surprising to a skeptical public, but culture was always a vital part of Goldman Sachs’s success. It revolved around teamwork, integrity, a spirit of humility, and always doing right by our clients. The culture was the secret sauce that made this place great and allowed us to earn our clients’ trust for 143 years. It wasn’t just about…

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