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How Boardroom Diversity Benefits Minds

Host Bart Jackson invites Genevia Gee Fulbright, former member of several corporate boards including a bank and mutual fund to discuss why a company needs diversity of experience and expertise among its board members – and how CEOs can help encourage…

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Avoiding Oops! in Your Estate Planning

Forget all the tried and true tactics of estate planning your advisors formerly told you.  Under the new laws, these practices could be slitting your fiscal throat.  Host Bart Jackson invites Martin Shenkman, CPA, attorney, and one of the nation’s…

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Funny as Hell: Laugh & Grow Wise

A full show of Business Quips Hilarity – much needed Fun. What’s a Business Quip?  It’s a joke, son. Such as “Bosses are like your children – both demand ceaseless care and neither ever lets you finish a sentence.” Got…

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Making the Leap into Your Board Room Seat

The boardroom is the pinnacle of business – the highest you can rise.  A seat on the board offers you the opportunity to reap the benefits of those hard-won years of experience and judgment. Host Bart Jackson’s featured guest Ms.…

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The Art of the Friendly Merger – Acquiring or Selling a Business

Selling that enterprise you have laboriously raised from a mere idea – purchasing that firm with your last available dollar and a prayer….M&A is the most emotionally charged business undertaking you’ll ever make. It is also the most demanding. Host…

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Collegiate Trends: Live & Learn & Launch Your Business

Today’s colleges are hammering down that ancient ivied wall that for years has separated academia from the bustling realms of business.  Higher learning centers like The New Jersey Institute of Technology have traded in the old “Learn first – then…