Get Right with Google

Get Right with Google

Fortune Small Business, September 2006

The search giant wields extraordinary power; it can make – or break – a small business.

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Blogging for Dollars

Blogging for Dollars

Fortune Small Business, December-January 2005

“Sprint’s service sucks!” On behalf of its clients, Umbria – a Boulder, Col. outfit – scours the blogosphere for consumer sentiments good and bad.

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The Long Road Back

The Long Road Back

Fortune Small Business, November 2005

Following Hurricane Katrina, Gulf Coast entrepreneurs talk about the storm’s devastation and detail the challenges ahead for their businesses.

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Does He Look Like He Needs Life Insurance?

Does He Look Like He Needs Life Insurance?

Money, October 2005

Story takes a critical look at a shady financial product: life insurance for kids.

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Will Air Taxis Fly?

Will Air Taxis Fly?

Chief Executive, March 2005

Don Burr and Robert Crandall, once bitter business rivals, have teamed up on an air taxi service.

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Snoop Dog

Snoop Dog

Fortune Small Business, March 2005

Michael Stapleton, a retired NYPD officer, is founder of the nation’s premier bomb-sniffing dog service.

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Practical Dreamer

Practical Dreamer

Fortune Small Business, January 2005

Paul Moller has spent 40 years and $70 million pursuing a dream. His flying car remains earthbound, but many of his sideline ventures have taken off.

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Alexander Hamilton: America’s First Moderate

Alexander Hamilton: America’s First Moderate

San Francisco Chronicle, April 2004

A review of Ron Chernow’s biography of Alexander Hamilton.

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Ralph Nader: Anti-Politician
Beyond Bose

Beyond Bose

Fortune Small Business, July 2003

Wilson Audio makes exorbitantly priced speakers ($100,000-plus) for extreme audiophiles.

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