Business Ethics

By David Wolf / May 11, 2009

Rain With Jeffery J Fox

New York Times best seller and international best selling author, Jeffrey J. Fox, is releasing his tenth book, Rain: What A Paperboy Learned About Business. Rain is destined to be a business book classic. And Rain, a thirteen-year old paperboy, the book’s central character, is destined to become business fiction’s first positive hero. Rain,a business fable, is Fox’s first foray into fiction. The story is a series of challenges and adventures that Rain solves in surprising and clever ways. Rain deals with mean dogs, bullies, customers that won’t pay, and growing his business and his paper route. Rain’s challenges are metaphors for the problems facing business managers everywhere.

By David Wolf / April 29, 2009

Living Home by Debra Duneier

If you want to know about real estate in Manhattan, our guest on this segment is recognized around the world as an expert in Manhattan Real Estate and has been featured by Brokers Weekly, Social Life Magazine,, CNBC, MSNBC, and the Associated Press. Debra Duneier is Senior Associate Broker with Corcoran and in 2008, she founded her company, Living Home by Debra, LLC.

By David Wolf / January 29, 2009

A Values Driven Market System with Bruce Howard

In this segment, my guest is Bruce Howard, author of Charting the Course. We discuss his new book and the relationship between human values and what makes markets. A fascinating conversation.

By David Wolf / January 14, 2009

Buying and Selling Your Automotive Business with Tom Marx

Our guest on this segment of the Smallbiz Brain has more than 25 years of experience in buying and selling businesses. Tom Marx is the President and founder of Marx Group Advisors—- the company specializes in mergers and acquisitions with a focus on providing those services to the Automotive and Heavy Duty aftermarkets. The Marx Group is headquartered in San Rafael, CA with offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles

By David Wolf / January 5, 2009

Organic Cloth Diapers Win with Margarita McClure

Born and raised in the Philippines, Margarita McClure spent a good part of her life thinking she would end up with a career or a business in the food service industry. She graduated from the University of the Philippines with a degree in Hotel & Restaurant Administration, then received an Associate Degree from the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco where she graduated at the top of her class.

By David Wolf / December 17, 2008

Business Ethics With Shel Horowitz

Our guest on this segment of the Brain is a marketing consultant and the author of 7 books on various subjects relating to business and non-profit organizations. In 1985 Shel Horowitz published the first of five books on low-cost, high-impact marketing. His client list now includes accounts in Europe, Asia, and all across the U.S.; his books have sold to dozens of countries, one of them has been translated into Korean, and another has been sold to publishers in India and Mexico.
Shel now offers not only copywriting and strategic marketing planning, but also speaks on affordable, effective marketing to national audiences.

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