Gongol.com Archives: February 2016
Rioting and protests have been happening, and not everybody is a fan of mass assembly
If the Fed raises interest rates, that could touch off trouble for companies that have borrowed too much, and that could put the hit on their stocks
They're installing a bunch of solar panels and customers are buying shares to cover the installation price in exchange for credits on their power bills
The Chicago Transit Authority is dealing with pension payments that executives could start collecting in their 40s
The airframe, which has been in the air since 1968, has undergone incremental improvements over time that mean it goes farther, faster, on less fuel today than previous generations. That's the value of incremental improvements accumulated over time. Revolutions come from time to time, but continuous improvement is far more powerful than people generally acknowledge.