Stabilizing Wall Street: Are We There Yet?

Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson’s original proposal called for $700 billion to purchase toxic mortgage-backed assets from troubled banks. Other than quarterly reports to various Congressional committees, the proposal specifically allowed no oversight to any actions taken by the Secretary of the Treasury; he asked that the government hand over $700 billion and let him . . . → Read More: Stabilizing Wall Street: Are We There Yet?

Why Microsoft Windows’ Survival Depends on Piracy

An explanation of why it is Microsoft’s best Interests never to stop the piracy of Windows. . . . → Read More: Why Microsoft Windows’ Survival Depends on Piracy

Do Board Certifications Really Matter?

A friend recently asked me whether it matters if a physician is board certified in his or her specialty. For those of you who don’t know, the medical profession is governed by both a national and state medical board. In order to practice medicine, physicians must have a state license and a national certificate . . . → Read More: Do Board Certifications Really Matter?