TIME AT THE TABLE A Real Treat
This past week was substantial for many reasons. I landed in NYC Tuesday to prepare for the very first annual Family Dinner Conference on the campus of NYU presented by Time at the Table. We w... Posted on 4/21/13 at 1:56 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Ask Strangers for Start-up Money
The Internet looks to transform the way people come together for a common cause: in this case it's reaching out to any Tom, Dick, and Harry for start-up revenue.
This will widen the ability to raise... Posted on 3/21/12 at 1:53 PM
THE NEW FORTY The secret of my wealth...
Last night I had dinner with my dear friend Ruth Ann. We ate at the Grand Buffet (a Chinese food fest extraordinaire) - it was yummy to be sure - but even better than the food was the company. Spendin... Posted on 2/25/11 at 11:46 PM
STAFF BLOG FINANCIAL FIXUP Lottery as an investment?
I noticed this story from the Associated Presson InForum earlier this week:
St. Cloud man turns $100 a week into $1 million
ST. CLOUD, Minn. A St. Cloud man who spent $100 a week for the last 12 yea... Posted on 1/6/11 at 11:06 AM
GRAND FORKS — Last week’s terrorist attack on an Algerian oil facility could divert Norwegian oil giant Statoil to increased oil production in safer regions, including North Dakota’s Bakken and Three Forks formations, where the two-thirds government owned Statoil already has made a heavy investment.
BISMARCK — Sanford Health will invest $200 million over the next 10 years to enhance health services in Bismarck-Mandan and throughout western North Dakota, including a new super clinic in Dickinson, the company announced Thursday.
MINOT — Investment planner Sanjoy Dasgupta is betting on the Bakken.
For nearly a year, the Denver-area man and his wife have been investing their clients’ money — and their own money — in oil companies that operate in the Bakken region.
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