Globalization Forever?

Along with Brexit and the apparently unsinkable Trump, another surprise has been brewing on the world stage and I hope you’ve noticed. Globalization—measured by the most fundamental and reliable metric, crossborder trade volume—has ended its ever upward...

Brexit: Deep Breath

No, I didn’t see that coming either. But since the preferences of elite opinion-makers seem to be taking it on the chin around the world, perhaps we shouldn’t have been so surprised. From the perhaps insulated vantage-point of a country where EU membership...

Financial Centers Can Shift

Some time ago In my online travels, I came across “Delancey Place,” a marvelous site that gives new meaning to the word “eclectic.” Delancey Place describes its mission as follows: Delanceyplace.com is a brief daily email with an excerpt or...

Letter from London

Back in New York from a solid week of meetings in London (17 in five days) and a few observations, reflections, musings, and speculations come to the fore.  And no, these will pointedly not include whether the US or the UK’s version of being seized by political...

The Bottom Line Is, Well, The Bottom Line

Alex Novarese, editor-in-chief of the UK-based publication Legal Business, some time ago granted us permission to republish a few of his articles as we see fit. The following is one where we most definitely see fit.  Those in the audience who are writers know the...

Lessons from GE: Depth not Breadth

Though none of us can sanely claim to know what the future holds (I leave that to the fanatics), it’s abdicating your responsibility as a leader not to think about it. How do you go about that? In the most general terms: Creatively, deeply, and with a view to...
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