Author Archives: Stephanie Wickouski

zom·bie /ˈzämbē (noun): the body of a dead person given the semblance of life, but mute and will-less, by a supernatural force; a corpse brought back to life unnaturally by witchcraft or voodoo “Zombification” is a variant of the word … Continue reading

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Heard on the street: “If failure is the mother of success, then who is the father? Or does success, like Heather, have two mommies?” CNN recently ran a series on creativity.  One of the articles was “The Success of Failure.” … Continue reading

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At the beginning of any new year, much of the conversation among restructuring types centers on one question: What’s in store for us this year? A clue was found in a recent “attack ad” run by a super-PAC in connection … Continue reading

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The most recent Republican presidential debate was co-sponsored by Facebook and two networks.  The innovative format allowed the moderators to take questions from Facebook users, who participated in a real-time commentary during the debate, with NBC staff monitoring the posts … Continue reading

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Every one has them. Some say they are a bad idea and that making them simply deters actual action. But we all make them nonetheless. I can only talk about my own, but maybe you will share yours too. 1. … Continue reading

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Let me start with a topic near and dear to all of us…the Debt Wall is lower than everyone though it would be last year. What does that mean for us? Is the economy “strong” yet? If the economy gets … Continue reading

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