The following is an excerpt from RANDALL STROSS | April 6, 2013 | Nytimes.com |
HERE’S a fraught encounter: one police officer, one civilian and anger felt by one or both. Afterward, it may be hard to sort out who did what to whom.
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Ellen J. Kullman is President and Chairman of the Board of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (“DuPont”) and a former director of General Motors. Forbes ranked her 7th in its 100 Most Powerful Women list in 2009. She is the 19th executive, and first woman, to lead ... Read More
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By Phil Robertson
When a friend won Florida's "Fantasy Five" lottery game a few years ago, he faced a quandary: what to do with $215,000. He had a good job, had a mortgage that was down to $50,000, had little credit debt, and drove a leased BMW. So, what was quandary? ... Read More
By Kent J. Broussard
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