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The Tug of War – Ethical vs. Economic Decisions

Jun 06, 17 The Tug of War – Ethical vs. Economic Decisions

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The Tug of War – Ethical vs. Economic Decisions Are your Eco Decisions for You or for Others? This is the first in a series of articles on connections between the environment and our personal life choices. As a twenty- five-year macrobiotic, my mind and heart are fused in belief.  I will examine eco-lifestyles, the green...

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When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

Jun 16, 16 When Valuations Don’t Mean Valuable

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It’s Time For A New Wave Of Investing “You’re walking around blind without a cane, pal. A fool and his money are lucky enough to get together in the first place.” – Gordon Gekko in “Wall Street” By Tony Greenberg, CEO RampRate Sourcing Advisors / DeepStrat A week before Groupon’s initial public offering, Henry...

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Trust Us? Are You Really My Friend?

Jun 05, 15 Trust Us? Are You Really My Friend?

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Trust It may be the most overused, least appreciated, most haphazardly defined word in modern life. Yet, it makes online commerce possible, discussion groups debatable and eBay profitable. Simultaneously, its abuse leads to urgent letters from Nigerian depositories, fuels goofball conspiracy theories, enables a menagerie of computer...

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The Ball and Blockchain: Obstacles to a World-Changing Trajectory

Apr 17, 18 The Ball and Blockchain: Obstacles to a World-Changing Trajectory

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Tony Greenberg, CEO RampRate is focused on sourcing and renegotiation of billions in IT services, blockchain tech / due diligence, ICO advisory and investments, large bitcoin trades, and solving chaos. He can be reached at t@ramprate.com. The blockchain decentralization revolution may not be the first, but it is well-funded,...

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What Solutions are Best Built with Blockchain or NOT

Mar 29, 18 What Solutions are Best Built with Blockchain or NOT

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In our first article, we covered how the blockchain-based decentralization movement combines the revolutionary energy and brilliant minds of the fizzled turn of the 21st century P2P wave with 1000x the funding and investor welcoming of world-changing moonshots. But what do we do with that power? How do we ensure that the promise of...

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A Historical Perspective on Blockchain

Mar 21, 18 A Historical Perspective on Blockchain

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Blockchain is not the first decentralization movement. What can it learn from its most immediate predecessor – P2P? While everything about the blockchain revolution may seem revolutionary, it’s not the first wave of decentralization. There’s a pendulum that swings between centralization and decentralization in computing going...

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Is There Such a Thing as Price Gouging and Price Fixing in IT?

Dec 15, 17 Is There Such a Thing as Price Gouging and Price Fixing in IT?

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In the wake of hurricanes, as the deluge recedes, regulators see a rising flood of complaints about price gouging for necessities such as water and gas. And despite contrary opinions from some economists, 34 states have anti-gouging laws on the books. Even if there’s no law, people expect a retailer to feel bad about charging a...

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Would You Hire Someone Who Led a Rebellion?

Mar 09, 17 Would You Hire Someone Who Led a Rebellion?

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Leadership of a rebellion Top X lists are generally clickbait tripe. But we need people, I need to interview them, so “Top 5 Interview Questions” sounds worth clicking. And then I read this: When I asked “tell me about something you’ve led,” one of the candidates paused and then answered, “I once led a revolt against...

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