Month: May 2012

4 Signs You’re a Terrible Communicator

Good snippet by Inc. on less than ideal communication … You talk and think at the same time. You muse, but never follow through. You encourage high-level debates. With everyone. You give solutions for problems that don’t exist. Two of those I see quite a bit, at least one almost never but don’t doubt it… Read more »

Americans’ Economic Confidence Stable at Four-Year High

Slight improvement in current perceptions offset by slight decline in outlook by Lydia Saad PRINCETON, NJ — The Gallup Economic Confidence Index held at -16 last week, the highest the index has reached in the four-plus years of Gallup Daily tracking in the United States. This is slightly improved over the -18 readings in the… Read more »

What can we learn in New Jersey from a VC in LA?

Mark Suster is a Venture Capitalist with GRP Partners in Los Angeles who is very active in social media. He recently wrote an excellent article, Morning in VC, about the outlook for venture capital fund returns in the next decade. His main point is that looking at VC fund returns, which have been terrible, of… Read more »


A Guide to Applying for a Loan Every business at some point will require outside financing. This generally means obtaining some form of bank loan. For many, this turns out to be a very aggravating and frustrating process. You may be financing a new business or simply be in need of seasonal financing, but proper… Read more »