Our almost 4 months is coming to a close in London.
Through great friendships and the hard work of LimeSpot folk we've managed to forge some very important relationships in the United Kingdom as a platform for our growth into 2015.
We have established a relationship with an investment bank that has given us important advice about our strategic goals to better position our Series A fund raising in 2015 including an eventual listing in London.
My daughter-in-law Klara Houdet explains the joy and challenge of dancing Clara in the Nutcracker.
A most excellent speech by Boris Johnson.
On behalf of the co-founders of LimeSpot Solutions Inc., I am delighted to announce that Bob Bell has joined LimeSpot Solutions Inc. as our CEO. Well respected in our community, Bob has a diverse business background and considerable leadership experience addressing many of the challenges that LimeSpot will face in the months ahead.
First of all I must apologize for breaking one of my own rules, never, over promise and under deliver.
The title of today’s talk, “How the study of history can be central to an awesome career in almost everything” is a little over the top.
On Tuesday 22 October I will be giving a short talk about how the study of English and History helped me navigate the world of investment banking.
You are welcome to join.
News that Google is experimenting with taking away the cookies that advertisers use to target their clients.
While one suspects that advertisers will come up an alternative way to target their customers, it begs the question whether this is most excellent for LimeSpot that uses profile information.
Those mean people at Google are considering taking away the cookie jar.
TVO asked me to comment on the Fed's decision this week not to start reducing their bond purchases.
Just like the old days at RBC and Jardine Fleming, de-mystifying a central bank.
In the end, the US Federal Reserve announced this that it decided not to reduce its bond purchases, after markets had been discounting that it would do so.
The decision was proof, yet again, that monetary policy is an art, not a science.
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