Stan Weisleder discusses the true story of the 332nd Fighter Group of the 15th Air Force, more commonly known as the Tuskegee Airmen. We review the facts against the fiction as portrayed in Stephen Spielberg’s latest movie, Red Tails.
Woody Brock argues that solutions to our current economic problems require enactment of constructive policies that allow “true” capitalism to flourish even as they incorporate social policies that help those who truly need it in his book American Gridlock.
Phil Simon observes how business is fundamentally changing in the early 21st Century by creating vibrant ecosystems and reaping big rewards. We discuss his latest book The Age of the Platform.
John Taylor is a Stanford University professor who has been an adviser to presidents. We discuss his First Principles of how to restore America to prosperity.
Andy Killion left a secure corporate job with Morgan Stanley to pursue his dream of independence through owning his own business. He’s encapsulated all his business wisdom—some of it learned during the Great Recession—and put it in his book How To Fail In Business.
Lindsay Frucci claims she was accidentally successful in business with the help of strangers from her book titled The Pig & Me.