Woman Hedge Fund Manager-Mom Tells How to Have it All

June 16, 2013 James Heinsman In the News

New York-based hedge fund manager Karen Finerman and mother of two sets of twins tells how to succeed at business and life in a new, just-released book entitled: Finerman’s Rules: Secrets I’d Only Tell My Daughters About Business and Life. Finerman has what to say about everything from merger arbitrage to clothes-buying advice, always emphasizing […]


business, Finerman's Rules, Hedge Fund Manager, Karen Finerman, motherhood,

Doral Bank Launches Children’s Education Program

October 8, 2012 Maria Morales In the News

Doral Bank’s ‘d parks’ program was launched four years ago. This year, the Doral Financial subsidiary invested over $100,000 to the project’s newest phase: the planting of gardens and educational games for children’s development. Aimed at strengthening low and moderate income communities through reforestation, the parks project has impacted more than one million people in […]


business, Doral Bank, Education, Reforestation,

Europe Warns New Chinese Leaders that Reform Must Come

September 6, 2012 James Heinsman Quote of the Day

The World Bank, along with other government advisors are calling for China to reduce state-sponsored industry. This appeal comes as new leaders assume power of the Communist Party in the world’s second largest economy. The European business leaders warned that China’s government dominated economy must make tremendous reforms to maintain China’s rapid growth rate. "Incremental […]


business, China, Europe, World Bank,

Quote of the Day: What Business Can Learn from Science

February 23, 2012 James Heinsman Quote of the Day

Understanding the intricate world of business is not really that different than understanding the natural world. That is why many of the more brilliant remarks made by some of the world’s greatest scientists not only apply to the natural world, but to the world of business as well. 1.    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” […]


business, da Vinci, Einstein, Franklin, Galileo,

Top Ten Franchises for 2012

February 22, 2012 Debbie Jacobs Tops

Entrepreneur 2012 Franchise 500 has released its annual list of top ten franchises for the upcoming year: Hampton Hotels Subway 7-Eleven, Servpro Days Inn McDonalds Denny’s inc. H&R Block Pizza Hut Dunkin’ Donuts Hampton Hotels ranked #1 last year as well, while Subway climbed from its #9 ranking in 2011. McDonald’s was the only franchise […]


business, Economy, Entrepreneur 2012, Franchise 500, Investment,

Marital Bliss? Don’t Fight Like Raj Rajaratnam; Think Like Adam Smith

March 7, 2011 James Heinsman Hedge Fund News

The best advice for a good marriage is to think, act and fight like an economist.  “Spousonomics,” co-authored by Jenny Anderson and Paula Szuchman (recently published by Random House) developed a theory on how marital bliss can be gained by behaving like an economist, “apply the rational laws of Adam Smith, as well as recent […]


Adam Smith, business, economics, Galleon Group Hedge Fund, Raj Rajaratnam,

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