Monthly Archives: February 2012

Kids, Google + And The Increasing Speed Of Innovation

When I started my career on Wall Street in the 80′s, I remember reading everything I could about Peter Lynch and his “invest in what you know” strategy. Peter managed the Fidelity Magellan Fund from 1977 to 1990, during which … Continue reading

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Of Fathers, Sons And Superbowls

With two flights today, I finally had the chance to capture what I’ve been feeling since watching SuperBowl XLVI this past weekend. On October 14, 1976 I was sitting on our blue leather couch (hey, it was the 70′s) with … Continue reading

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