PhD candidate with an emphasis on strategic management. Writing on global and domestic business development, the economic impacts of news and current events, and boosting the American economy through comprehensive immigration reform, enhanced educational focus, and greater diversity within American society.
It is well-known that "news" reporting is no longer "news". The opinions of the organization, writer, and subject are simply skewed versions of the real story. Investigation of fact, and corroboration fails miserably with most op-eds written and posted today.
Reporters are now injecting themselves, their interests, and opinions into the story's they post to the public. ESPN presents an ominous very recent example, as it ruined Bernie Fine by accusing, trying, and convicting him in the court of public opinion, despite obvious knowledge that at best, the statute of limitations had expired. Boosting ratings by paralleling with the Jerry Sandusky at Penn State. A great lead-in to the financial contributions of a reporter by assisting victims ... More »
Media interference in the Jerry Sandusky trial, may serve as a basis for appeal. Journalistic ethics should have precluded reporters from becoming “players” in ...
In light of the questions raised by the Bain Capital & U.S. Olympics period, more information should be required to "vet" Romney. Obama's "birth certificate" was required due to questions concerning his fitness for the office, how can Romney s fitness for truth, accuracy, and transparency not be questioned?
Owner/CEO of Bain Capital to outsource American workers jobs long “BEFORE” he claims to have left all ...
Consumer confidence has waned as the quality of news journalists have declined. News reports on reality-celebs, sex,drugs, and rock & roll, replacing news events that shape the world we live in are clear illustrations that journalists today have no interest in real news. They are looking for that next big viral incident that will garner industry & public acclaim at any cost. The ESPN reporters who destroyed Bernie Fine present a typical example. They used a sound bite to destroy a ... More »
News media reporting has become nothing more than “Hype” & “Snipe”
Excellent, logical, conclusions drawn are reasonable.
As CEO of Bain Capital "prior" to the February 1999 date posted by Romney, the Fact-checker's conclusion would be correct. However, Bain Capital & Mitt Romney, ran a multimillion dollar enterprise for years prior to his "departure" to run the Olympics. As any competent CEO, he and his team would have developed a strategic plan, short and long-term during development of the business model Bain Capital would use to grow the business.
That plan included acquiring companies, ... More »