Zachary Karabell recently appeared on The Stu Taylor Show to discuss his new book, The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World. The author of 11 previous books, Karabell has written for Reuters and The Atlantic, and regularly provides commentary on CNBC and MSNBC. A successful money manager, Karabell is
Morris Robinson, of M Robinson and Company, PC, recently appeared on The Entrepreneur’s Guild with Thom Stimpel. In his appearance, Mr. Robinson, an attorney and CPA, discussed issues that entrepreneurs face at an international level. When approached by an individual who want to establish a business in the United States, Robinson outlines some of the
Kevin R. Hanson, Chief Executive Officer of the Ashton Group, appeared recently on Exit This Way with Kerri Salls. Hanson has over fifteen years of experience advising boards of directors, management teams and investors in mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, due diligence reviews, and transition planning. With the Ashton Group, he offers strategies for companies
Ron Flavin recently appeared on the Stu Taylor Show. Flavin has over 15 years of experience developing funding strategies for businesses and government organizations. He has worked with a wide variety of clients, ranging from individual entrepreneurs to international corporations, and is the author of “Business Grants: Everything You Need to Know to Connect with
Patrick Rettig, CEO of The Rettig Corporation, recently appeared on “Mind Your Own Business” with Rick Brutti and guest host Mario Castaneda on the UR Business Network. Rettig has over 20 years of experience helping troubling companies turn themselves around. In a spirited interview with the hosts, Rettig discusses his fundamental philosophy that all companies
Grier Eliasek, President and Chief Operating Officer of Prospect Capital Corporation, appeared recently on The Stu Taylor Show to discuss some of the success enjoyed by his company. Prospect Capital Corporation trades on NASDAQ (PSEC) and aims to provide flexible private debt and equity capital to middle market companies across North America. Based in New York,
Lisa Sebesta of Fresh Source Capital discusses her business, which invests in companies providing local sustainable food options.