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Howard A. Tullman | September 6, 2016

Even though other major cities in the U.S. are suffering from problems with gun-related violence, Chicago has sadly become the media poster child (hopefully just for the moment) and whipping boy specifically for gang-on-gang shootings and the related and random violence that continues to take innocent lives in its wake. While this is clearly a

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Howard A. Tullman | August 29, 2016

I never knock clichés. They wouldn’t be repeated for decades by millions of people if there wasn’t at least some grain of truth and inherent value in most of them. Even Yogisms http://yogiberramuseum.org/just-for-fun/yogisms, the “philosophical” observations of the late, great New York Yankee catcher Yogi Berra always provided some genuine guidance. There’s no stronger call

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| 1871 | August 23, 2016

Some of the best ideas I've ever heard from eager young entrepreneurs never seem to see the light of day. There's plenty of passion at the beginning of these conversations. The energy and enthusiasm are there. But as time passes, their interest in making it happen dissipates, momentum fades, and at that point, for many of these folks, it's on to the next great idea or "story"...

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Howard A. Tullman | August 8, 2016

From time to time, I think it’s useful to try to get rid of some of the persistent, tech-flavored factoids that are becoming more prevalent in our media-saturated, overly exposed, woefully under informed hurry-up atmosphere. These convenient “facts” are foisted upon us by the everyday experts and bogus business bloviators who make a living telling

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