Monthly Archives: July 2013

It’s official: I’m an economic contributor

Yes, it’s been a long time coming, but as of this week, I can be counted among those who contribute to the growth of the economy. The U.S. Commerce Department will adjust its criteria for measuring the growth of the … Continue reading

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A `Roundtable’ Review

At the end of last year, I participated in a “roundtable review” for The Man Who Thought Like a Ship.  I’d never done anything like it before, and I must admit, I’d never even heard of this sort of thing until … Continue reading

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`Dell and Back:’ My Texas Monthly debut

A few weeks ago, the editors at Texas Monthly asked me to write a piece about the buyout battle being waged for Dell Inc. I covered Dell in the 1990s and early 2000s, and I jumped at the chance. The … Continue reading

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