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Dal Lamagna

Dear Graduate

Dal LaMagna | Posted 07.04.2011 | College
Dal LaMagna

One of the harder problems about being an entrepreneur is letting go of the security of the job you might have with some large company. Chances are this isn't your problem if you're a recent graduate; so go for it.

Google Drops $48. I'm Pissed.

Dal LaMagna | Posted 06.15.2011 | Business
Dal LaMagna

Let's start with the fact that I own 5,000 shares of Google. Google makes 18% more money on 27% more sales the first quarter of 2011 than the first q...

Take Care of Your Employees and They Will Take Care of You

Dal LaMagna | Posted 05.30.2011 | Business
Dal LaMagna

What really has to happen for employees to be empowered is they need to be involved, given responsibility, and pushed to grow in their job.

Yeah Unions!

Dal LaMagna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Dal LaMagna

If you are wondering why the right to collective bargaining is so important for union workers here is a story about my father.

My Worst Mistakes in Business

Dal LaMagna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Dal LaMagna

My mistakes can help guide others through the process of starting and running their own business. If one is an organized person who is capable of focusing and who is frugal and careful, one should be able to make a go at it.

Responsible Capitalists at Bishop Loughlin High School

Dal LaMagna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Education
Dal LaMagna

I agreed to teach an hour-long class to seniors at my Brooklyn-based high school alma mater, thinking I might inspire some young people to start and operate their own small business, as I myself had done at their age, and to do it responsibly.

Running a Business in Your Own Yard

Dal LaMagna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Dal LaMagna

Here's some practical advice for running and starting a low-cost, no-overhead business for other compulsive capitalists out there. It's a business anyone with extra stuff can do: A yard sale.

Looking for a Job in the Obama Administration?

Sarah van Gelder | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Sarah van Gelder

The thousands of people appointed throughout the Executive Branch set policies in everything -- you can be part of that.