Yesterday, an overwhelming majority of U.S. Senators voted to end $6 billion in annual subsidies for ethanol production. While that may help lower corn prices, it's not a good sign for renewable energy in general. Many renewable energy technologies require government subsidies to make them competitive...
My most recent blog post, discussing whether Barack Obama is good or bad for business, attracted more, and more vociferous, comments than anything else I have ever posted, apart from one article I wrote expressing mild skepticism about the utility of Apple’s new iPad (lesson: don’t criticize...
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