Forbes magazine and the editors on the masthead have apparently taken a vow of silence when it comes to talking about the magazine's error-filled, and widely condemned, Obama cover story. Why the silence?
Journalists today are forced to pontificate from their armchairs, barking out at a furious pace the short, sharp commentaries that are the staples of the Internet. Seeking fulfillment, I turned to fiction.
Sadly, for our once respected and emulated financial system, playing a double sided game for single sided profit seems all too often the norm of the day. It just seems some are better at it than others.
Lots of folks are dissecting Obama's Oval Office speech and delivering diatribes on what's right and wrong with him and the oil world. So I figured I might as well join the fracas since it's the thing to do.
There are dozens of theories about why women don't create more wealth themselves. Well, here's my theory: it's because we are risk averse, don't plan well, and have a messed up relationship with money.