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What Schools Can learn From Money Managers
What Schools Can learn From Money Managers
June 7, 2010
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WHAT SCHOOLS CAN LEARN FROM MONEY MANAGERS- John Koppisch, Quentin Hardy, Christopher Helman and Christopher Steiner
Innovative schools collect data, look for small changes, intervene quickly and move resources to the formulas that work.

FISCAL FIX: HOW THE STATES LEAD. WILL OBAMA FOLLOW?- Stephane Fitch and Christopher Steiner
Citizens are pushing for a profound political realignment that may one day bring fiscal sanity even to Washington.

SNAKE OIL IN YOUR SNACKS- Matthew Herper and Rebecca Ruiz
Foods masquerading as drugs have become a $160 billion business.

OPINIONS
SIDELINES-William Baldwin
The payoff from small, unloved stocks.

FACT AND COMMENT- Steve Forbes
Lithuania is a model for recession-hit countries.

CURRENT EVENTS- Paul Johnson
The English language helps spread democracy.

DIGITAL RULES- Rich Karlgaard
The seven secrets to recovery.

ON MY MIND- Joel Kotkin
Innovation, job growth and immigration put Houston ahead of New York and Boston.

IDEAS & OPINIONS- Kai Falkenberg
More information doesn’t help consumers make better decisions.

OUTFRONT
THE LEBRON EFFECT- Tom Van Riper

GET THE CLOB- Liz Moyer
Would a national book of all buy and sell orders help us avoid stock plunges?

PLUS: Graduate programs that pay… The perk game.

ENTREPRENEURS
LORD OF LIQUIDITY – Steven Bertoni
Barry Silbert makes markets in just about any kind of security. Facebook share, anyone?

SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVAL GUIDE
BEEFEED UP- Christopher Steiner
There’s always room on the shelf for one more food brand.

MONEY & INVESTING
ROTHIFY YOUR 401(K)- Ashlea Ebeling
Got an ex-employer retirement account sitting around? Convert it into a Roth IRA.

BEHIND THE VELVET ROPE- David K. Randall
Mutual funds are selling the glamour of hedge fund strategies.

FORBES LIFE
BIRD-WATCHING- Susan Adams
South Africa offers a lesson in financial history and a look at one of nature’s oddest species.

TECHNOLOGY
DIGITAL TOOLS- Lee Gomes

COOKED GOOSE- Oliver Chiang
That down vest you use in mountaineering has been superseded by aerogels.

MARKETING
SAMSUNG’S BIG SPEND- Laurie Burkitt
The electronics giant will end up knowing the ad business from both sides.

COMPANIES, PEOPLE, IDEAS
BEYOND COAL AND OIL- Jonathan Fahey
Foster Wheeler needs some new tricks.

FINANCIAL COLUMNISTS
PORTFOLIO STRATEGY- Ken Fisher

SMALL STOCKS- Jim Oberweis

INTRINSIC VALUE- John Reese

THOUGHTS
SET ‘EM UP, JOE