Monthly Archives: October 2011

Cream or Sugar?

“No, thank you. Black’s fine.” I eat in restaurants several times a week. I order coffee with nearly every meal. And every one of those meals involves the “cream-or-sugar-no-thank-you-black’s-fine” exchange. I’m a straight up, brew it strong, several cups a … Continue reading

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Regulations Crush Small Biz Confidence

Survey says smaller government key to helping small business. Small business owners in this economy have a lot to worry about, and a lot to complain about. Regulatory burdens, however, topped the list of small business challenges in a recent … Continue reading

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Economic Development Stalls in Special Session

Bioscience funding bill endangered by disagreement on unrelated issues. Oh so close, and yet, in the end, a stalemate once again. A special session of the Missouri General Assembly called by Gov. Jay Nixon to push forward an economic development … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs’ Jobs Legacy

The narrative of a commercial for Apple’s “Think Different” campaign, and often attributed to Steve Jobs, was making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter tonight, in the wake of the news of Jobs’ death: “Here’s to the crazy ones, the … Continue reading

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